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 →
In the early 90’s, quite a few games were mentioned for UK release by Italian company “Idea”, and quite a few did actually make it over here… Apart from Sturmtruppen. Sturmtruppen was described as a sort of Midnight Resistance style … Continue reading →
A game once released on the cover of Zzap 64 back in the day, a cool galaxian type game by the creators of Orcus and possibly using some of its sprites. Haydn said this about the game… "Me, Mike Ager … Continue reading →
A nice looking puzzle game, where you control a hi-res overlayed ball character which follows a path of tiles around a multiscrolling map, avoiding other hi-res overlayed enemies. It’s a little frustrating back tracking paths when creatues start to come … Continue reading →
This may have just been something knocked up to score some cheap points, but then there was a Super Ball game released a year previously: http://www.gamebase64.com/game.php?id=7559&d=18&h=0 Super Ball 2 just seems to be the same game, but turned on its … Continue reading →
A nice cool preview now with Super Bouncer, which is sort of a cross between Cauldron 1 and 2, with a bouncing ball that needs to bounce to the end of the map to progress. There is one level in … Continue reading →
Another game we’d better start looking for, and one which might be slightly harder for me being in the UK. Super C (Or Super Contra/Super Commandos) is a US only release it seems and one which had it been released … Continue reading →
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