A bizarre entry which was mentioned in the “Next Month” back pages of Commodore Format, Issue 3. They promised a review of this game for issue 4, but it never appeared. This was the only mention ever made of the … Continue reading →
Now, you may recognise our next entry, and that is because it is the original title that eventually evolved into Gravitrix that was released by RGCD and Psytronik: https://psytronik.bigcartel.com/product/gravitrix-c64 This is the early 1993 incarnation that was being developed we … Continue reading →
A perhaps bad taste name for a game, this is a simple puzzler with some nice music and graphics – but doesn’t seem to have much to do at this stage. It seems that you are meant to just press … Continue reading →
Hmmm… not too much to say about this game, apart from that its a quiz game with a simple logo and some questions, where you get points for each one you get right. Not so much a "Brainstorm", with little … Continue reading →
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 →
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