Now, as we all know – Wizball got a release and was one of the best games ever to grace the C64. It’s a fantastic title which you should check out if you haven’t already. However, German magazine "Happy Computer" … Continue reading →
Wolf has been a game in the GTW archives for some time, only known for its Rob Hubbard tunes which have thought to be lost. We did a bit of research but could find no other games of this naming … Continue reading →
Although released, GTW has been given a lead which suggests that Wolfman was actually that little bit more gruesome, with an animated version that seems to have never seen the light of day. The actual released version had static images … Continue reading →
As well as Superman – The Game, it seems that First Star Software had big plans to do more comic based titles afterwards. In an issue of Family Computing Magazine, it was reported that after the release of the Superman … Continue reading →
Moved from the original article post and into a proper GTW entry. Some years ago I was talking on the Lemon 64 of a strange recollection of a rather different looking version of the C64 Wonderboy. I had the budget … Continue reading →
Well, as correctly noted to me recently by a GTW reader, why the hell haven’t we covered World Cup Carnival V1?? And why not indeed – with the original game mess of World Cup Carnival apparently half complete before the … Continue reading →
World Cup Football was advertised in Home Computer Weekly issue 85 (Well, briefly mentioned in an advert for other games) but was never released across its planned platforms of C64, Spectrum and Amstrad. We assume it was to be some … Continue reading →
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