Hareraiser was a game based on the book Masquerade, and was sold with the aim of gamers trying to win a prize. A final game was produced called “Hareraiser – Finale” where it would help you solve the first puzzle … Continue reading →
Hawkeye 2 was something that original coder Mario van Zeist wanted to realise, with better graphics, sound and more added twists to the gameplay. It was going to be released under the Thalamus label, but was never completed due to … Continue reading →
A very quick entry until we get more details, but this was to be a planned 3rd game in the series of the Yesod games by Odin. Unfortunately it only got as far as a proposal on 3 sheets of … Continue reading →
A game that has been discussed on the Lemon64 forums for over 10 years, but somehow we missed it. Heartbreaker was a game by CBE in 1984 and was discovered by YouTuber Polaventris. A very intriguing Pooyan style game, its … Continue reading →
This was to be an Ikari Warriors style game converted from the SNK arcade. In total there were two versions planned – This version was the first and which Commodore User, September 1988 issue mentioned that French software company FIL … Continue reading →
This was to be an Ikari Warriors style game converted from the Data East arcade to the C64 by F.A.C.S (Financial Accounting and Computing Software) – a West Bloomfield Township, Michigan company. Previously and very strangely, Sales Curve were linked … Continue reading →
An advert was featured in CVG June 86, with it stating that the C64 version would be available soon. Of course, we never did get to see the game, and Tir Na Nog became the only Gargoyle game to be … Continue reading →
An interesting title next from Software Projects which I never heard of until Peter Weighill sent in a scan of the game’s advert. Heebie Jeebies is another bunged into the archives for our search… Yet another Software Projects title which … Continue reading →
Hell For Leather was a game being developed for Audiogenic by James Macdonald under his Psycodelic Software Developments label. It was the first game he had ever written, and was done to prove to someone at his local computer club … Continue reading →
Our next entry is a quick one as highlighted by contributor Sean O’Neill. It’s a title we’ve been aware of for some time, but just haven’t got round to adding it to the site. The game should have been released … Continue reading →
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