A very popular and ground breaking game on the Spectrum, was in fact also planned for the Commodore 64 back in 1987. Sandy White, creator of Ant Attack and Zombie Zombie, set to work on creating one of the most … Continue reading →
One more Channel 8 Software ‘Game That Wasn’t’ for the collection, I, Spy for Children was part of a slew of planned released by Channel 8 Software, several of which never saw the light of day. Judging from the name … Continue reading →
A very obscure title now, and yet another Firebird title to enter the archives. Ice Age mainly has come to light due to the SID file which is in HVSC that Jeroen Tel did for this game and sound effects … Continue reading →
According to an article Aktueller magazine (05/1986), Nu Wave’s ID game was not only to be produced on the Spectrum, but would later get converted to the Amstrad and Commodore 64 platforms. It didn’t quite happen though – possibly due … Continue reading →
A nice little Quix/Volfield clone, with some nice visuals and addictive gameplay, as with the original. It has recently been found that the game was infact completed and released on 64’er, a German disk magazine. Eventually this game will be … Continue reading →
Illusions was to be a Intellivision game conversion to the C64 by the Mattel Electronics France offices. It was scheduled, but apparently never worked on, though it was given an id of #7857 on diskette. The catalogue entry for the … Continue reading →
Imperium was a game by Jörg Schließer which was mean’t to be published by the Tronic Verlag, and like Captain Stark has not been seen anywhere. This game was told to be a SF-RPG, described as unique on the German … Continue reading →
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