Unreleased and unknown for 30 years until being released as part of FREEZE64’s Christmas Special for subscribers in late 2020. Winning Streak was a simple betting game that was written by Jonathan Temples, who is better known as the graphic … Continue reading →
Yes, the game was indeed released – though there were a number of changes that had to be made during development, including many ideas dropped from the final game. In issue #77 of Zzap 64, they revealed that there were … Continue reading →
Thanks to Jazzcat for the heads up about this game, which was shown recently on the developer’s website. The game was a sequel to a Gauntlet clone which was actually released by Markt & Technik in 1989. This clone though … Continue reading →
Wolfgrounds we believe is a text adventure game by the same people who were selling Exod (Another title we have just added to GTW). The game was sold on disk, but it seems that this is one that either didn’t … Continue reading →
Now for a start, we’re not 100% certain if this was intended for release on the actual Hi-tec label, as you will find out below. Wonderball has been floating around for a while and is a simple platform game with … Continue reading →
A mini battle game, and even though it looks like a type-in game, its quite addictive in its own little way. It’s somekind of Combat clone, with a larger play area and smaller characters. It’s somehow very playable, just by … Continue reading →
World Boxing Champ was a strategy based game to be released by Visualize back in 1994 and was advertised in their 1994 catalogue. But actually, it should have been released by Cult Software back in 1992. Cult had decided at … Continue reading →
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