3-2-1 was a popular quiz show in the UK during the 1980’s, hosted by Ted Rogers with a strange side kick character called Dusty Bin. Many games coming out the time were tied into various films and TV shows, and … Continue reading →
3D Roam was a game which was due to be released by Swedish company Handic back in the early 80’s, but sadly was never to be (for reasons as yet unknown). It was to be part of a trilogy of … Continue reading →
From the publishers of Polar Pierre was to be a new title called Adam Caveman, another platform game with cute large characters. Bizarrely this title never had a release, and still remains at large today. What happened? An advert was … Continue reading →
A short entry for a title that was being created by the developers of Jack Attack – Kevin Kieller and John Traynor. This was a title for Commodore – an educational title to teach basic math concepts. Sadly Commodore were … Continue reading →
Thanks to contributor Chris Hester, who flagged up an old piece that he wrote possibly for his magazine Adventure Coder. After the Fire was a graphic text adventure due for release from Channel 8 in September 1984. Although due for … Continue reading →
Before Elite got the licence for Airwolf, Ocean Software actually started producing the home computer conversions. Although it was advertised for the Spectrum in the scan, it was infact also planned for the C64 until Elite Software won a legal … Continue reading →
A short entry for a title that has been highlighted by Peter Weighill as one which is currently missing. Described as an “Incredible Sailing Simulation”, the game supports up to two players as well. Martin/Stadium 64 has highlighted that there … Continue reading →
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