Catch’em was a pretty good Amiga/DOS platformer which came out in 1992 and had you having to return escaped animals to a zoo. He does this by tempting them with bananas and then hitting them with a baseball bat for … Continue reading →
Yet another game from the Italian gaming team of Idea. This was briefly mentioned in the UK in Commodore Format, and was simply described as a comic licence in the style of ‘Lupo Alberto’ (But it seems it was more … Continue reading →
A reasonable Boulderdash clone, with one screen action, over a series of fairly taxing levels. Nothing new to offer here, but more of the same, and nothing which is near as good as the original classic. This was originally thought … Continue reading →
A wonderful looking platform game, which looks very much like a 16-bit console game. Probably in the same league as Mayhem, with a touch of the style used in Yoshi’s Island. It was originally developed to prove that hi-res graphics … Continue reading →
The title pretty much says it…. You guide a ball around in a large cave, and thats about it. Well, that isn’t just it.. but it is where this preview goes. A game which was being produced for Commodore Fever, … Continue reading →
A hit on the SNES and a fairly well known arcade from Data East.. Featured two caveman which had to destroy dino’s and basically get through scrolling platform levels which ended with huge guardians to bash hell out off. Very … Continue reading →
Cavey is a brand new title which we had never heard about until Dean Hickingbottom sent us a disk with some graphics on, showing early sprite sheets. Load each file and enter SYS 2070 to display. The title was a … Continue reading →
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