Thanks very much to Peter Weighill for highlighting this long lost game from Kingsoft. Unfortunately we haven’t got anything to show apart from a screenshot scanned in for Gamebase. It depicts a game in similiar vein to Delta and possibly … Continue reading →
Our next entry into the GTW64 archives is a title that was recovered by Csaba Virag in early 2022. This is an early Hungarian puzzler that was created by Emix Software, who had very limited copies of their games made … Continue reading →
I’m a huge Dizzy fan, so to hear of any unreleased works by The Oliver Twins is always quite exciting. Thanks to Fabrizio Bartoloni, the following game was brought to my attention. Excalibur was to be a top down adventure … Continue reading →
Exodus was to be a side scrolling shoot em up that owed it’s inspiration to Battlestar Galactica. A kind of cross between Defender and Uridium. The game was previously unknown by many until Darren Melbourne shed some light on the … Continue reading →
Exodus was to be a very ambitious war game which was described by its developer as a mix of Elite, Civilization and Traveler RPG. Paul Clansey was the C64 developer and shed some light on a development not really mentioned … Continue reading →
I was very surprised when GTW’s David Simmons contacted me in late May 2022 to see if I knew anything about a C64 conversion of Exorcist, a game that was released by Commodore on the C16/Plus/4 in 1984, programmed by … Continue reading →
Yet another game which gets thrown into the archives, brought to GTW’s attention by Jason Kelk, and also released from the man himself. Extreme Force featured graphics by Julian Francois and was coded by his then girlfriend Amanda Wynne. This … Continue reading →
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