Bobby Bounce Back, was being done for Dynamic Developments, a relatively unknown company – according to Wayne Billingham. The game was being written by Chris Walsh (Creator of Murder! on the C64) and Wayne Billingham (Alien Storm and Mega Twins … Continue reading →
This game was announced in an issue of Home Computer Weekly back in 1985 and was to be sponsored by Sir Bobby Charlton. It was promised that the game was to be very accurate and also featured input from Sir … Continue reading →
Body Slam was a SEGA arcade game featuring female wrestlers doing battle in the ring. It was fairly obscure, not not obscure enough though for Firebird to take up the licence it seems, with Software Creations behind the conversion work. … Continue reading →
A sequel you could never have imagined existed, let alone started, with the unexpected sequel to RISK. An excellent and underrated C64 game by Chris and Tony West. Shocked?… Well, we were when Chris West got in touch and stunned … Continue reading →
Andreas Mettler was a fairly prolific developer in Germany in the mid 80’s, doing a large number of PD games, as well as a few commercial ones too. With the amount of games produced, you’d understand how it might be … Continue reading →
Boost is a neat little title which has different segments, kicking off with a very simple sideways scroller and then going onto further screens where you control a space man. Although it is very simple and basic to look at, … Continue reading →
Another combined entry for a series of titles, this time from Boston Educational Computing, Inc, which may or may not have been released. These have been highlighted to us thanks to Bertrand / Atari Frog. These were Commodore 64 titles … Continue reading →
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