A quick entry to cover yet another title which we are not quite sure if it actually got a release, or if it only sneaked out in small numbers. Muncher was listed as a 100% machine code game making good … Continue reading →
A quick entry for a title that has recently been recovered and released over at http://www.pagetable.com/?p=940 . This is a title that was written back in 1986 by Peter Hempel and written in German. It has been translated in 2018 … Continue reading →
According a text source, Mutant was to be the next game released by Kris Hatlelid after Frantic Freddie. When Kris visted Lemon 64 once, he couldn’t remember any games that he worked on that were never released. It might be … Continue reading →
A very quick entry for now thanks to Robin Gravel for his research work. We learn of a C64 version of this Spectrum and Amstrad game thanks to an inlay which lists C64 loading instructions and also credits for the … Continue reading →
A short entry for a title flagged up in conversation with its developer Joe Alter. We are unsure what the game was, but found a magazine advert in US-based Creative Computing Magazine in 1985 which seems to be advertising it. … Continue reading →
Mutant Zone was to be the sequel to Spore and published by Mastertronic back in 1989. The sequel was a full 2/3 screen scrolling game which had a far right display panel (Top to bottom) consisting of multiplexed sprites. It … Continue reading →
Mythos was a title that was in production by Paul Clansey whilst at Imagine Software. The game was caught up in the crash of the company and was lost on the Sage system hard-drive when it was taken away by the … Continue reading →
Advertised in many magazines, this was a title being sold by Anik Microsystems… however only two Anik games exist and seem to have been released on the C64. The advert describes the game as follows: "Manoeuvre your nuclear powered Sub … Continue reading →
Our next title is the beginnings of what seems to be a sideway scrolling shooter produced by Cory Kin. The title on the disk for the source file was called Navadon. There isn’t a huge amount to see just yet, … Continue reading →
Necromancer 2 is a strange game which is a clone of Ultimate’s classic 3D games, such as Knightlore and Alien 8. What is mostly strange about this game, is that it also runs on a Vic 20 too.. this got … Continue reading →
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