In development for Elite, this was one of Mark Kelly’s first games being developed and was based on an ancient arcade game of the same name. It was American football and was to be another Elite arcade conversion. For reasons … Continue reading →
Brought to my attention by Jason Kelk, AD Infinitum is a early version of W.A.R which was released by Martech in 1986. You may wonder what a game like this is doing in the GTW archives, but you will notice … Continue reading →
We are excited to learn of yet another Ultimate game which was apparently in the works for the Commodore 64. Following on from the successful conversion of Nightshade, Shahid Ahmad was offered the chance to convert both Knightlore and Alien … Continue reading →
The Alternate Reality series was a huge set of RPG based titles by Datasoft in around 1986, with two titles released. The City and The Dungeon were both released, but the rest of the series never made an appearance. In … Continue reading →
A short entry for a short lived System 3 title. The only real mentions were at the September 1985 computer show, where along with the Twister controversy, American GI was advertised with muscular men at the stand. We assume it … Continue reading →
Along with Sword of Samurai, Appointment with Fear was to be yet another Fighting Fantasy game on the C64 from US Gold according to http://pdd.if-legends.org/ldp/bdp.html. This game in particular was to be based around super heroes and we presume would … Continue reading →
Another 3D vector game in the style of Stella 7 and Mercenary, Arena was a rather ambitious project by the quiet company Lothlorien. Stated for release across most formats back in 1986, the game never made it at least onto … Continue reading →
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