Yet another game in the games explosion, this time a 90’s Space Invaders clone. Being created by some talented German coders, this game promised huge gurdians, new look sprites and tons of power-ups. Very much similar to ‘Mega Starforce’ in … Continue reading →
Starburst may have actually seen a release, but in very limited numbers. The game was offered for sale as part of a GEMS compilation pack by Digital Dynamite. An advert was listed in Issue 61 of Zzap, with a review … Continue reading →
An entry for a title which we knew was sold on tape, but there seemed to be no evidence that a disk version was ever sold. The tape version of this Polish game is completely different to the disk version, … Continue reading →
We’re not sure exactly what you’re meant to do in Stone, so if anyone knows – please let us know. We thought it was some kind of pairs game, but couldn’t get anything to happen. It might be that the … Continue reading →
Stoned isn’t a game about drugs, but a puzzler which seems to be based on Columns. It’s again from that era when puzzlers were everywhere, but this one in particular was looking pretty polished. It isn’t 100% playable at this … Continue reading →
Puzzle games are quite abundant in GTW64, and Stratagos is now about to add to the tally – a puzzler by Andrew Rodger. Stratagos may have actually seen a release, but in very limited numbers. The game was offered for … Continue reading →
Street Fighter 2 is well known for being an average conversion and very easy game on the C64 when it was eventually released. With so many people let down by the conversion, recent years have seen homebrew attempts to try … Continue reading →
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