Barbarian 3 first started off as a basic sequel to Barbarian 2, following a similar structure. This was the period when both Steve Brown and Richard Leinfellner were involved in the development. Basically whilst the sequel was in development, Steve … Continue reading →
Possibly a little too late in the C64’s life, but we have had reports from our very own Andrew Fisher that Barcelona ’92 was infact in production on the C64 as well as the Amiga for US Gold. Who were … Continue reading →
A very short entry for now for a game that was one of many that never quite made it from Crystal Software back in the later end of the 90’s. This game was to be a platform game about a … Continue reading →
After the success of the first Bart game on the C64, and a bland conversion of the Arcade game in the US… Bart was ready for one final fling on the C64, and so to for Ocean on the 8-bit … Continue reading →
A obscure title, with a great name! :) "Bastard" is unfortunately a bit of a bastard in its own right, because its so darn irritating to control your ship through this horizontal SEU.. Some old music mixed in with some … Continue reading →
A successful film sequel and a widely promoted game in both Commodore Format and Commodore Force magazines here in the UK from between 1992-1993. Konami, not often known for releasing their own C64 games at that time, decided that their … Continue reading →
Our next game comes in the form of a German platformer, where you take control of a guy with a gun who jumps through various obstacles while blasting tank like enemies. This is really all there is to it, and … Continue reading →
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