Also known as: Cricket, Pirate Island and Soccer Supremo
A quick entry to cover a series of titles which were advertised by Dromedia Software back around 1984 time for the TI-99/4A and C64 platforms. The set of software was listed as Soccer Supremo, Pirate Island and Cricket. Soccer Supremo … Continue reading →
Another sequel, and this time again from Archer MacLean, who was also working on the sequel to IK Deluxe. Dropzone 2 was started very much earlier than IK, and took the idea of the original idea and added the likes … Continue reading →
A game which has been found out about thanks to information from Darren Melbourne. Duel is a split screen shooter which featured tons of parallax scrolling and special effects throughout. It was to be a combat game where you are … Continue reading →
When first getting in touch with Chris Harvey about another long lost C64 game, the first thing he responded was that he could have sworn I was about to ask about Dukes of Hazzard. I wondered if Chris had perhaps … Continue reading →
We are slightly cheating with this entry, but this is for a collection of games written by Duncan Kershaw way before his Players Software days. They are all written in BASIC, and are some of the earliest examples of Duncan’s … Continue reading →
Yet another obscure game, this time by an obscure company called “Mushroom”… Who I don’t think lasted particularly long. Dune Buggy is not to be confused with the Corbis game of the same name, and has you trying to escape … Continue reading →
Back in the 1980s there were innumerable indie publishers of the kind so rightly lauded in today’s mobile and online gaming market. Just as today all you need to become a developer is a single app on a marketplace, in … Continue reading →
A game that was advertised in the US press as a mail order only title. It was described in the advert with you having to guide Elvin through 40 music filled levels, collecting treasures along the way. You would have … Continue reading →
Dungeons, Amethysts, Alchemists ‘n Everythin’ was to be a simple text adventure created in GAC and converted from the Amstrad/Amiga/ST (Amiga we don’t think was GAC related) release of the same name. We have confirmation that a C64 version was … Continue reading →
Every so often, the C64 scene will spring up a few surprises and quite often its when an ex-C64 programmer decides to unleash the contents of one of their work disks. Dux is a shining example of this, and is … Continue reading →
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