NOTE: This game is (c) Hanna Barbera, and is distributed freely without any profit as part of a digital preservation project. With thanks to David A Palmer productions (http://www.gamesproducer.com/) Yet another game that was sadly to be caught up in … Continue reading →
Yet another SEUCK title which has come from the Zzap article which was ran back in 1992 time to search for good Megatape games. Richard Thompson’s Zanaton was a neat little space shooter, which got Zzap excited because of the … Continue reading →
One of the things I love about unreleased games and the demos that are out there, is that sometimes you can uncover something hidden within which reveals something about the game. In this case, it was about another game entirely! … Continue reading →
This may not be an actual planned release, but contributor Dimitris F got in touch to share a scan from Greek magazine Pixel, who reviewed Zany Golf and listed the likes of C64, Spectrum and Amstrad as the release platforms … Continue reading →
As we draw to the end of the games, i’m left with yet another puzzler. The aim is to turn all the white squares (ON) to yellow squares (OFF). If you click on a selected square (regardless of if it … Continue reading →
Another puzzler, and another game which I can’t make head or tail about. Fair graphics, but sadly I can’t find the playability. Thanks to contributor Csaba Virag, we learn that the game was created by the Hungarian group Chimera, with … Continue reading →
A rolling demo of what seems to be a Greek based game. This slideshow shows various screens of the game and credits, including a piece of the interluding screen from the game. It’s unknown how the game would play, but … Continue reading →
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