The advert mentions Atari, Com 64 and Vic 20. But the Commodore 64 version is nowere to be seen.”‹ The screenshot shown seems to be a mockup with a hi-res font compared to the Vic 20 edition, which could well … Continue reading →
Crossbones was originally a game which had very little known it, apart a mention way back in 1987 in “Happy Computer” magazine. It was in an interview with Brian Fargo and Bill Heineman of Interplay where they first mentioned that … Continue reading →
Our next brief entry is for a game being worked on by Screen 7, a company who also did Jaws and a few others on the C64. The game was to be based on the TV series, Crossbow and was … Continue reading →
UPDATE! – Case closed! Game confirmed as released and preserved by Marco (Exile) Das and Genesis Project. See downloads. Early days, hence a very short entry. Contributor Jari Karjalainen has reported that in a DigitPress interview with Robert Jaeger (creator … Continue reading →
After completing work on the unreleased ATG and doing work for BMX Kidz, Paul Docherty was assigned to another Telecomsoft based title, this time a cheeky Super Mario Bros clone called Crucial Bros which was to be released by Silverbird … Continue reading →
A graphic adventure game which promised hundreds of different screens, using a random generator to allow for up to 64K different views. This game was advertised in Personal Computer Games issue 13 way back in December 1984, but seemingly never … Continue reading →
You may be shocked to know, but Atarisoft were doing an official conversion themselves back in the early 80’s of Crystal Castles… not only didn’t their version get released, but there was in fact another version developed a little earlier … Continue reading →
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