Yet another early version of a released game which has never seen the light of day. 4 Soccer Simulators was previously in production by none other than Simon Nicol, working with Said Hassan of Rigels Revenge fame. According to Said … Continue reading →
A possibly late licence for The Edge to consider, but The A-Team was a particular game which they had in the pipeline. There had been previous attempts, such as a poor VCS 2600 version, so maybe there was hope in … Continue reading →
Accilatem was an early attempt at an RPG created by a 15 year old LDX#40 in 1989 whilst operating under the handle of “Noggie” at the time. It is also “Metalicca” spelt backwards too :-) Sadly the project was never … Continue reading →
Another briefly mentioned title from the pages of Zzap 64. Ace Attacker was a planned conversion of a Sega Volleyball simulator. Zzap November 1988 had to say the following… “Mediagenic have announced the signing of licenses for five SEGA coin-ops, … Continue reading →
Apart from the odd clip in a few of the Commodore magazines, nothing was much seen or heard about this little game. It wasn’t until Commodore Format ran a feature, Where are they now, when they mentioned Ubik (David Korn) … Continue reading →
A fairly obscure title this time from U.S. Gold. Arcade Wizzard is a pinball game which was briefly mentioned in one or two magazines before disappearing off the face of the earth. Zzap! 64 was on magazine to feature the … Continue reading →
Not too much to say here about this game at present. We know very little about it, but that god damn title tune is something I’ve heard somewhere before… that jingle…. but where?… a demo?… what?…. aghhh… Thanks to Warren … Continue reading →
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