You all remember Reflective Designs and the various games produced and coded by Duncan Kershaw for Players, Zeppelin and Codemasters? Well, we all have to start out somewhere – and Duncan first got into coding on the C64 by programming … Continue reading →
A game based on the world famous actor… adverts were placed in magazines and it was mentioned around the gaming scene on many occasions in the late 80’s. Martin Holland was working on the graphics for the Amstrad CPC version … Continue reading →
A quick entry for a graphical text adventure that was due out by Rhiannon Software, where they were intending to put out an entire series of games with different themes by creators Elisabeth Stott and Lucy Ewell. Two titles which … Continue reading →
Long before Chris Abbott was busy creating some of the biggest C64 music events in history with stars such as Ben Daglish, Rob Hubbard, Martin Galway, David Whittaker and many many other big names – Chris was busy trying to … Continue reading →
A neat little game from way back in 1986, by the C64 programmer of Turtles and Speedball 2, Carl Muller. Chevalier features a PITFALL 2 style main character which jumps around various platforms and ladders in this sideways scrolling game. … Continue reading →
Mentioned in issue June 1986 of Commodore User, this was a game mentioned as coming soon along with 3 Days in Carpathia. It was described as a Mafia scenario featuring Rats Maldano and the Morona Brothers and would have been … Continue reading →
You may be screaming at me for putting this game in the archives, but this is no normal version of Chiller. The game basically was originally withdrawn due to the connection to Michael Jackson’s Thriller music video at the time … Continue reading →
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