I remember all the hype when Worms was discovered by Amiga Format after they ran a competition for creating a game in Amos. The classic tank game with elevation and speed control had been turned into a fun multiplayer game. … Continue reading →
A short entry for a title that was due out by the demo crew turned game development team – Ambush. This was to be an unofficial conversion of Worms by Team 17 (yet another one!) which we don’t believe has … Continue reading →
We were sceptical at first, but an article surfaced at Hard Core Gaming 101 (Link = web archive) which suggested that a C64 conversion of Wreckers was in production, but only 16-bit editions were released. However, there was no news … Continue reading →
X-Men was to be a licenced game based on the comic and released by The Edge, but it is believed to got caught up in the same troubles which The Punisher had hit. Oddly, Ross Sillifant found a quick news … Continue reading →
This title seems to have been around for a while, but its the first time i’ve seen it. A fairly early sideways scrolling shooter, with some basic attack waves and interaction to keep you busy briefly. It seems that you … Continue reading →
Another single screen modern invaders clone. Apart from some nice graphics, the game is very simplistic, and quite poor. A simple attack wave of creatures fly around, and you simply shoot them, then its onto the next attack wave of … Continue reading →
Xytris is a really strange puzzler, which isn’t a tetris puzzler like you may think from the name, but a title where you must re-create the character from the box on the right side of the screen. There are two … Continue reading →
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