Advertised in many magazines, this was a title being sold by Anik Microsystems… however only two Anik games exist and seem to have been released on the C64. The advert describes the game as follows: "Control the atomic reaction in … Continue reading →
This was a Double Dragon style game, where you had to go on a frenzy with a chainsaw and cut up as many people as possible. Chainsaw Warrior was based on the solo roleplay board game of the same name … Continue reading →
A short entry for a title that was mentioned in a loading screen for Nato Commander by Microprose back in 1984. We believe that Challenger was a space shuttle game of some kind, but little else is known at this … Continue reading →
A short entry for what could have been actually released, but under a different name. Champions was a football management game that was advertised by Peaksoft in 1984. However the C64 edition of the game never made it out, only … Continue reading →
This game has actually been released on the CULT label and can be downloaded at … http://www.gb64.com/game.php?id=17406 Please get in touch if you are the person who submitted the info. Case closed, and soon to be removed in the future.
A game which has been puzzling Stadium 64 for some years now, and we’ve been asked to put an entry on the site in the hope of solving this long mystery. It has a game which has been searched … Continue reading →
Chariot Race was a superb game which came out towards the end of the Vic 20’s short life around 1984 time and was written by Paul Hope who distributed the game from his living room with the help of his … Continue reading →
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