A possibly late licence for The Edge to consider, but The A-Team was a particular game which they had in the pipeline. There had been previous attempts, such as a poor VCS 2600 version, so maybe there was hope in … Continue reading →
Thanks to Marco Das, we learn that Brøderbund’s early single screen shooter title A.E was apparently due for release on the Commodore 64. Released on the likes of the Apple, Atari and Commodore Vic 20, a C64 version was referenced … Continue reading →
A short entry for a title that has been highlighted by Peter Weighill as one which is currently missing. It seems to be an arcade game where you have to stop a ship from sinking. The advert described the game … Continue reading →
A short entry for a Thor Software game that was advertised back in August 1983 in Compute! magazine (volume 5, issue 8). This has been highlighted thanks to Bertrand / Atari Frog. The game was described as “The Alphabet for … Continue reading →
A very short entry to essentially store a record to what was an earlier edition of Netherworld. Originally named as Abyss Zone, this was to be a 300 screen game with surealistic graphics. Eventually the game morphed into Netherworld, but … Continue reading →
After the popularity of Tau Ceti, it was inevitable that a sequel would appear. Pete Cooke was responsible for the original game on the Spectrum, and John Twiddy the C64 version. The C64 version is confirmed by the release platforms … Continue reading →
Accilatem was an early attempt at an RPG created by a 15 year old LDX#40 in 1989 whilst operating under the handle of “Noggie” at the time. It is also “Metalicca” spelt backwards too :-) Sadly the project was never … Continue reading →
Another briefly mentioned title from the pages of Zzap 64. Ace Attacker was a planned conversion of a Sega Volleyball simulator. Zzap November 1988 had to say the following… “Mediagenic have announced the signing of licenses for five SEGA coin-ops, … Continue reading →
Text adventure from Kayde who went into administration at the 26th August 1983. Did Spectrum releases, tried to do C64 and Vic 20 ones, which never seemed to surface. The game in the advert (Two adverts were submitted by Peter … Continue reading →
Brought to my attention by Jason Kelk, AD Infinitum is a early version of W.A.R which was released by Martech in 1986. You may wonder what a game like this is doing in the GTW archives, but you will notice … Continue reading →
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