Xecutor is a pretty good vertical scrolling shooter which was released by ACE software (a sub company of The Edge) on the ZX Spectrum towards the end of 1987. The game was planned for release on the C64 just a … Continue reading →
A small entry for now on what was reported to be another C64 game from Thalamus in 1989. Xenodrome we believe was a clone of Xenophobe being done by Thalamus, and was stated to be a C64 and 16-bit title … Continue reading →
The Bitmap Brothers were one of the first companies to explore the potential of 16-bit systems such as the Amiga, and many regard Xenon II: Megablast is the peak of this. This vertically-scrolling shoot ’em up featured advanced graphics and … Continue reading →
An unknown title for a pretty much unknown game which was brought up by Marc Walters. This game as you wouldn’t have already guessed was to be a Xevious clone that was written way back in 1984. It featured very … Continue reading →
A very cool Ghost n Goblins clone which has some nice graphics and a lot of promise at this very early stage. There is no sound in the game, but the rest of it seems to be coming together really … Continue reading →
Xoanon (released as Xoanon Reptilia – which we’ll come onto shortly…) seems to be an early version of Xenon, or at least Gamebase makes the link with the game. So, are they indeed the same game? This preview just seems … Continue reading →
XS was a game being developed by Graham Hunter and Paul Docherty in 1987. The idea was to be a Defender based game, with a fast side-scrolling shooter where you rescue civilians from sewers and street scenes whilst shooting aliens. … Continue reading →
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