A simple maze game from Lepsi I think. Quite simplistic, with simplistic gameplay and graphics. There doesn’t seem to be too much to actually do apart from run around the maze and collect the crystals. The Ball tries to take … Continue reading →
The Bandage was a Quill based adventure game which was written by Ruben Spaans in his early days. Ruben sheds more light on the game here (talking about the collection of adventure games he created): "Just saw "The Bandage" in … Continue reading →
An interesting puzzler which was released for the Amiga and Amstrad platforms, but not on the C64 – as stated would be the case in C&VG magazine. This was released in Europe under the name of “Tiny Skweeks” The game … Continue reading →
Mentioned in Commodore Format’s early warning scanner, no doubt this was to be a Boxing game most likely. However, Beyond Belief had already released Devastating Blow (http://www.gamebase64.com/game.php?id=2147&d=18&h=0), so was this to be a more management styled boxing game instead? We … Continue reading →
An interesting early preview of a cute Creatures style beat-em-up, or at least I think it is. It’s a bit unclear what you’re meant to do, but it seems to be a 2-player game where you have to attack your … Continue reading →
The Cross is another puzzle game for your C64, which i’m not sure exactly has to be done to complete levels, but it seems like your every day C64 puzzle game. Fairly simple graphics and reused sounds, it seems like … Continue reading →
The Crystal Search was a game written by Iain Black of Zzap64.co.uk fame. It was recently brought to our attention by Hedning after a Genesis Project crack was made. In terms of the game, Iain describes it as follows: "My … Continue reading →
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