The source of this next entry is interesting as it was mentioned in "Illegal" pirate fanzine as something seen at PC 1988 show (or so it seems) by SSD of Cosmos. We don’t know much about this game at present, … Continue reading →
Flame Island was to be a sophisticated adventure with graphics and sound, as described by its advert in the December 1984 edition of Personal Computer Games. The aim was to try and find an Emerald of Power within Flame Island … Continue reading →
Flashpoint was another production of the highly successful Denton Designs for Ocean Software. This was to be a puzzler based game with the screen split into two segments and controlling some kind of pyramid structure. It wasn’t a bad game, … Continue reading →
Flight Deck 2 was a cool flight sim game which was released by Aackosoft back in 1986 on the MSX. However, a C64 version was clearly planned, maybe even completed, as the C64 is clearly labelled on the MSX’s packaging. … Continue reading →
One of the big surprises of working through Cory Kin’s disks, was the sheer amount of bits and bobs found that were written by Carl Coffey – who was the man behind Wheelies and the aborted Soldier of Fortune. Flok … Continue reading →
Flyspy is a great little budget title from Mastertronic which was well received. You basically control a helicopter inside a super computer and have to destroy it with a nuclear bomb. It was a nice flick screen arcade adventure game. … Continue reading →
A vague title in the dungeons of GTW. Unfortunately there is not currently much information on this game, but there was only the rumor of Rob Hubbard composing the music for this game. This now has been confirmed thanks to … Continue reading →
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