A short entry for a game that you can currently play, but not in its originally intended form. Strider 2 was a poor sequel released for various 8-bit and 16-bit platforms by US Gold and developed by Tiertex. Originally the … Continue reading →
Lemmings had just been finished, and then the average Amiga game popped up in the scene news about its conversion being worked on. It was basically lemmings which climbed EVERYWHERE. This was first mentioned in Commodore Force, towards the end … Continue reading →
It was always thought that Alter Developments would be doing the C64 conversion of Troddlers, if anyone. It was announced they were trying to do Troddlers in an issue of Commodore Force. These were the same team who brought you … Continue reading →
Another long lost Alf Yngve game which has yet to see the light of day. This particular one was mentioned in Issue 44 of Commodore Format, when their infamous games explosion came about and many titles were presented as soon … Continue reading →
A quick entry for a game which was reviewed in Commodore Cracker issue 4. This was a card game that was being sold from a homebrew developer for a very cheap price. It was described as a well made game … Continue reading →
Nah, its nothing to do with Cheeze biscuits or Consevative Party conferences in Brighton, but is a rather early version of a Mayhem clone. When I say "Clone", it seems to be just that, with most the graphics seem to … Continue reading →
A large entry which i’ve decided to do for an entire software house’s set of games. You see, not all of Turbo Tiger Software’s games were unreleased but it strangely seems that none exist in any digital form on the … Continue reading →
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