Part of a series of Power House titles which never quite saw the light of day, or at least are not picked up in Gamebase 64. Did this game ever get a release? Certainly this title although mentioned in Zzap … Continue reading →
This was a SEUCK game released commercially by Compass Software and reviewed by Commodore User in June 1988 in their Cheapo Round up section. According to the review, the game acked in gameplay and suffered from too many bullets. The … Continue reading →
A short entry for a title which has very likely been released, but has yet to be preserved. Can you help us find it? Flagged up by contributor Lenny Bronstein, the game was reviewed in Ahoy magazine, complete with screenshots. … Continue reading →
In Commodore User April 1988, a news item was printed which tells us that Robtek (Who did various bits of hardware in the day) had an arrangement with an American organisation called Key-punch, where they would get 3 film licences … Continue reading →
Some of you may have wondered in the past if Beyond The Ice Palace was meant to have been a Thundercats game. Certainly the main character looks the part, albeit with blond hair – so it was fairly plausable. Well … Continue reading →
No we’re not mad – but it seems that Elite had planned 3 Thundercats games to be released in 1988. The first in the series was Gargoyle Games’ Thundercats – The Lost Eye of Thundera. The second eventually turned into … Continue reading →
Mentioned at the end of the first game, Tiger Road 2 was of course the sequel to the not too bad Capcom game. The C64 conversion of the original was good for rose tinted reasons (I loved it!) – comparing … Continue reading →
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