Early days it may be as we attempt to find out more about yet another game that never was, we can in fact show a fair chunk of the game via some of its bitmap designs for levels and other … Continue reading →
The only information we have on this game comes from a CES show in Chicago, USA in 1987. Basically the game was to be a chess game, with the background being shown as a landscape. Avalon Hill made its name … Continue reading →
A very short entry for a game that eventually saw release, but actually was meant to be a fully licensed game. If you ever played Novogen’s Battle Island, then you may have noticed that the sprites look rather much like … Continue reading →
A very short entry, for a controversial title. Commando Libya had a simple aim of just gunning people down as they went across the screen. It caused a bit of an outcry on the C64 scene in 1986 as a … Continue reading →
A very short entry thanks to an anonymous contributor, who has flagged up that the Elite release of Commando should have included Level 3, which was cut from the final game. The final game only contained levels 1,2 and 4 … Continue reading →
A very short entry for now regarding a game which was produced by Karl Hörnell during his Players Software development days. The game was called Commodore Juicer, and would be a Super Pipeline clone, but instead of oil – there … Continue reading →
Mentioned in TGM March 1989 Complex was to be a new Palace Software game on the C64 in 1989, and was mentioned in the March issue of The Games Machine. They described the game as follows: "And for future-shock fans, … Continue reading →
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