Brainway is a simple puzzler, very similar to titles such as Sensitive, but where you must destroy all the tiles with purple circles on and without getting stuck or falling. It’s a nice twist on games like Sensitive, and was … Continue reading →
Not technically a C64 game, but kind of a tribute in certain ways.. and a game which certainly could have been a C64 game. Johan Boije from the Swedish Royal Academy of Arts made a game for their final exam … Continue reading →
Jon Wells is probably one of the most talented but unfortunate C64 programmers towards the end of the C64’s life. Ultimately, Jon is a great programmer, but sadly his time on the scene came as the C64 started to die … Continue reading →
A trip to my local computer shop (Level Up Games) in Canterbury usually unearths a few C64 gems from time to time, but this time in the bargain bin – I noticed a few C64 disks sitting loose. Most were … Continue reading →
Wow, D-Lite certainly get around and they certainly struggled to get a game finished it seems – with Brickwall adding to their increasing profile of unreleased titles. This one comes from 1995, and seems to be the early beginnings of … Continue reading →
Brides Of Dracula was a strange game from a relatively unknown company on the C64, Gonzo Games. However, Paul Smith and Steve Howard were known from their days at Viz Design, where they had created Werewolves of London and Brides … Continue reading →
Another puzzler, and an Othello/Reversi clone at that. Apparently it is actually complete, but with a rather crap computer oponent according to Cal :) The game looks nice so far, and is quite early in its production stage. There are … Continue reading →
Bronnoyquest was a jokey adventure game which was written by Ruben Spaans (aka Scroll/Megastyle). Ruben explains more about the game and how it came about: "It started out as a very silly adventure game made by me and a friend … Continue reading →
Brute Force was a fairly unheard of arcade game by the creators of Ivan Ironman’s Offroad Racer, Leyland Corp. This was a double dragon style beat-em-up which featured your usual violence and weapons. Not surprisingly, the game was planned for … Continue reading →
Hands up who remembers that old Software Project’s game "Crazy Balloon" ?… You know, the one based on that ancient old arcade machine with monocrome char graphics, where you guided the baloon around the maze to the exit. Well, taking … Continue reading →
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