A 3D Operation Wolf style blaster featuring 2000 AD’s Barbie lookalike Psi-Judge Anderson gunning down the evil Judge Death’s zombie hordes. Unlike previous games of this genre, Judge Death actually showed your hand clasping the lethal Lawgiver (gun favoured by … Continue reading →
Yet another System 3 title takes to the GTW stage, this time with a rather obscure title which was briefly mentioned on a news clipping for System 3 in Zzap 64. As well as talking about Last Ninja and Bangkok … Continue reading →
A very quick entry for a title which may well be vapourware, but was briefly mentioned in the news pages of Zzap Italia back in 1987. Legendary Wings was a famous 1986 Capcom arcade which strangely never got a conversion, … Continue reading →
Early days it may be as we attempt to find out more about yet another game that never was, we can in fact show a fair chunk of the game via some of its bitmap designs for levels and other … Continue reading →
Odin and Thor released a whole range of cool games, and this could have potentially been another. Lustiania had the working title of “Sunken Ship Game” and was being coded by Robbie Tinman, with music by his brother Keith Tinman, … Continue reading →
Mach 3 was a pseudo 3D racer which was released on the Amstrad (http://www.cpczone.net/game/2087), MSX and Spectrum (http://www.worldofspectrum.org/infoseekid.cgi?id=0002959), but it seems not on the C64 as stated to be coming soon by TGM in issue 03/88. Even though the game … Continue reading →
This game was found out about thanks to Jason Kelk, who pointed me in the direction of the DELTA loader… In that, you will read about forthcoming games on the C64, which includes Starline (See elsewhere) and also Mantrax. I … Continue reading →
A game that was due to be released from Ronald Mayer, who was an Austrian programmer of a large number of C64 games in the 80’s. In a 2015 interview, Ronald reveals that Maze Patrol was to be his first … Continue reading →
Mirage was originally intended to be a simple static screen shooter as a free game for Compunet. The creator behind the game was none other than Mark Clements, who many of you will know from his music for Summer and … Continue reading →
Yet another title from Backroom Software, and one of their earlier developments that has been flagged up by Dan Warren. It is believed that Backroom Software was none other than Steve Dunn, who did various C64 games such as Better … Continue reading →
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