After the popularity of Tau Ceti, it was inevitable that a sequel would appear. Pete Cooke was responsible for the original game on the Spectrum, and John Twiddy the C64 version. The C64 version is confirmed by the release platforms … Continue reading →
A rather interesting story with another game which had an earlier version … but one which was infinately better it seems than what was eventually released. Airwolf 2 was released on the Hitpak collection as the final game was awful. … Continue reading →
A short entry for yet another Kele Line title, and one which at this stage we know little about. We have learnt about the title thanks to contributor Henrik Matzen, who had a bunch of Kele Line related materials and … Continue reading →
As with Solider of Light, it seems even Alien Syndrome once had an earlier edition in production by a completely different team. However, with this entry – it was being developed for publication by a completely different company. Similar to … Continue reading →
A nice little sideways SEU created by Ashley Routledge and Dave Saunders (Ash and Dave). Featuring some neat (if strange) parallax scrolling and graphics, this game isn’t bad at all. Although it’s no Armalyte, its still a decent game and … Continue reading →
Recently released by the Triad crew, this is a neat little clone of a classic arcade game which was completed in 1987, but never really saw the light of day until the programmer dug out his old disks. This game … Continue reading →
Aquablast is probably better known today as “Live And Let Die”, a James Bond movie licence by Elite and Domark. But what was exactly “Aquablast” then? Well it seems that Elite had this great little boat game by Dave Thomas, … Continue reading →
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