An early days entry for a title which was being written by Glyn Williams, who wrote Cholo and Starglider on the C64. This title was a currently unknown Helicopter game which was to be released by Island Logic (a short-lived … Continue reading →
A short entry which was highlighted thanks to FREEZE64 and a recent interview with Andrew Trott. In an interview within issue 59, Andrew Trott reveals that he created a version of Pac-Man for the Commodore PET, and then later converted … Continue reading →
A very small entry for now regarding a Pacman game that was in development as a home production by a Philip Asher from Bourne, Lincs. Philip had madea start on a pacman style game but hit a problem – so … Continue reading →
A short entry to cover a title which was being worked on by Jason Kelk (graphics) back around 1989 time. The game was to be a sort of Trailblazer like game (with a mixture of Space Harrier and Fire Eagle … Continue reading →
This game involved flying an hot air balloon across a slow scrolling landscape, dropping sandbags on enemies. The game was in fact released on the Atari 400 around the time with the same name, and was ported over to the … Continue reading →
Our next game in the archives is an early title from Video Images, who did Exceleron for Commodore User magazine back in the day. It was a title that would make use of the SEUCK engine, which some companies back … Continue reading →
Uridibad was released onto Compunet by Sensible Software back in 1986, and what seems like a joke at the expense of Uridium – was actually going to be a full game. Jason Kelk posed the question to Jon Hare via … Continue reading →
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