It has been established that the Freaky Fish game floating around on the web … http://www.gamebase64.com/game.php?id=2913&d=18&h=0 … is infact a preview of a game which was going to have a later version created and released. Would it have been commercial, … Continue reading →
Freddy Fish is an arcade game from 1983 that was released for PC in the US by Mirror Images Software. The game it seems was due to have a Commodore 64 conversion, but was cancelled before it could be complete. … Continue reading →
Freebooter was a strategy title that was in production by Paul Clansey, just before he started working at Active Minds. It was actually submitted as a playable demo to EA at the time. The game had you running programmable robot … Continue reading →
According to Commodore Computing International in December 1988, Active Distribution LTD had made a marketing deal with French company Coktel Vision. The first game to be released was Jungle Book. Freedom was a graphic adventure game which saw release on … Continue reading →
An early preview from 1987 this time, and a fairly simple Sprint clone with hi-res graphics. This was at a time that Super Sprint was making its debut on the C64 from the arcades, and was looking a lot glossier … Continue reading →
Another SEUCK title, from a different face this time called Ian Brown. Related to this game is Marc Walters who did the great Cronic The Badger game which resides in GTW. Frontier promised some of the best graphics and gameplay … Continue reading →
A Rambo rip off which was found out about thanks to Jax, who started off at Zeppelin games as a young developer. CPCGames reviews (http://www.cpcgamereviews.com) describes the game as follows: "A squad of troops has been sent to infiltrate enemy … Continue reading →
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