Plucked from the advert pages of Computer and Video Games comes this intriguing racing game entitled 3D Formula One by Knightsoft. We do not know much about the game, but it seems that all that was ever mentioned was the … Continue reading →
A quick new entry and for another Quicksilva game which was listed in a few adverts as coming soon for the likes of the C64. However there seems to be no evidence of the game anywhere. Pretty much straight away … Continue reading →
A short entry for what is somewhat a bit of a mystery at the moment, being investigated by long-term C64 supporter Alex Aris. Alex has been collecting all the issues, and has highlighted that issue 14 seems to be completely … Continue reading →
A relatively quick entry into the GTW64 archives for a game which was released in other countries as Eine Handvoll Dollar$ under Quelle Soft. But what of the UK edition of the game? It seems we have potentially a similar … Continue reading →
After the successful Alien game developed for Argus Press, it seemed inevitable that the same company could have developed the sequel. Sure enough, developer of the original game, Paul Clansey confirmed that he had started an outline design of Aliens … Continue reading →
When Keith Purkiss got in touch to confirm that he was the developer of Apprentice for Rainbow Arts, he also revealed that he had been involved on a Commodore 64 conversion of Artic Computing’s Alladin’s Cave. This was a single … Continue reading →
American Dream was a game by Blue Chip Software (and Jim Zuber?) that was planned to be a simulation of a robotics manufacturing business over 72 operating months. It came with a very high price of $119.95 – so we … Continue reading →
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