Our next game sounds rather familiar to a popular puzzler that we all love…. Check out the advert blurb… "A game of strategy. Choose your colour, choose your rules. Blocks are coming down and across… But there is a twist … Continue reading →
A short entry for a title that may or may not have ever been released. This was an educational title that was to be released by Commodore on cartridge, and supporting the Magic Voice module. Was this a real title? … Continue reading →
A short entry for a title which we somehow missed over the years, but was flagged up to us by Ross Sillifant. This was an arcade style game which was due on the Spectrum/C64 and ST in June 1988, being … Continue reading →
Covert Action was a new Sid Meier game from back in the early days and following the success of Microprose’s earlier Pirates game. The game was announced as a title coming soon for the Commodore 64 back in 1988 in … Continue reading →
This is an unofficial conversion of a simple, yet addictive Nintendo game called "Crab Grab". You control a small man who must get rid of all the grabbers and try not to be caught yourself by the oncoming grabbers that … Continue reading →
A first version of Crackdown was indeed in production, with code being done by Mark Kelly before he later went on to working on Golden Axe. We are not sure quite what happened here, but we know that Bob Stephenson … Continue reading →
A neat old school pacman clone, with disks replacing the ghosts and two Terminal City style men replacing pacman. The game is two player, and features some great music from Hunters Moon by Matt Gray. The graphics are nothing to … Continue reading →
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