A rather intriguing title this time which may not interest some, as it is a SEUCK title which has gone missing. The Absolute Beginning (TAB) was produced by Asif A Bhagwandin for the Zzap megatape, and was sent in and … Continue reading →
Another puzzler, and sadly another one without instructions. I’m not quite sure what this game is about, so maybe you can help give a better description? This fair looking puzzler was planned for release by CP Verlag back in 1993, … Continue reading →
Another poker game, with an element of women in it… After the dire Sam Fox Strip Poker game, companies still persisted to create a ultimate strip poker game. A bit after the C64’s commercial death, Martin Olsen attempted his own … Continue reading →
An exclusive to GTW which was uncovered on a disk by Jason Kelk in 2005. This is a really neat two part preview, with the main part featuring a nice sideway scrolling SEU with some nice (if pink..) graphics, and … Continue reading →
A little demo created for an Acid C64 party which was created in about 4 hours in a small tent, with various extras added. Its not a lot, it features a Commodore Symbol which shoots sperm type bullets at the … Continue reading →
This entry originally began as a possible V1 hunt, but it has been confirmed that Finlay indeed programmed the version we all know (and love?). However, a recent conversation with Wayne Billingham showed that a Cartridge version was being produced. … Continue reading →
Aftermath recently surfaced to GTW thanks to Jason Whitener who kindly brought it to our attention. The game is a US based game that was programmed by Mark A. Dickenson, who was active on Qlink back in the day (and … Continue reading →
The first in a series of three remarkable games, but most remarkable for the fact that only the 3rd game in the series has been finished and released at a crap game competition in recent years. Ake starts his adventure … Continue reading →
A little game which is a sequel to another game which never got finished. You may know the 3rd entry, which was actually finished and released in the Crap Game Compo in recent years called "Ake Goes Medievil". Ake goes … Continue reading →
A strange, but cute looking game with a well drawn fish as the main character. Similar to the underwater levels of Donkey Kong Country on the SNES, if you want to compare to other games. There is little in the … Continue reading →
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