Although eventually released by Audiogenic around 1992, this particular title wasn’t the same game which was first previewed in Zzap Issue #77. If you check the graphics, you’ll see there is a noticeable difference to the game which was released. … Continue reading →
A quick write up on a title which we only really knew anything about thanks to a news snippet in Games Machine issue 32. The game was mentioned and previewed in a few magazines as to be released on the … Continue reading →
Gravity is a neat looking two player preview, where you must take the control of two ships who have to blast each other to pieces on a still screen. The winner is the player who does not lose all their … Continue reading →
A mixture of Puzznic and Boulderdash in our next puzzle game within the depths of GTW. The plot is a little thin on this nice looking puzzler, with no instructions to explain exactly what to do. This looks a fairly … Continue reading →
Even though fans of Giana Sisters (The banned Mario clone) were treated to an official sequel in the way of "Hard n Heavy", an unofficial sequel was planned back in 1994. This sequel was planned by none other than Cyance, … Continue reading →
Another Codies game which came too late, this time coded by the man behind Bee 52, Nick Taylor. Or so it seems, as the game was actually released on the Amstrad and Spectrum platforms, the spectrum version complete with inlay … Continue reading →
We’re not entirely sure if this actually got completed, but Accolade were still producing C64 games in 1990 (and even 1991), so its entirely feasible that Gunboat was being produced for the C64. The game got fair reviews and even … Continue reading →
A small entry for what was to be a game produced to try and help the dying C64 gaming market and contribute something for people to play. Being produced in the early 90’s, Gunz was a SEUCK effort where you … Continue reading →
Also known as: Guy Spy and the Crystals of Armageddon
I kid you not, there was indeed to be a C64 conversion of the Amiga/ST Ready Soft game, following from Wrath of the Demon. Certainly we’re sure that someone would have been possible, but will we ever get to see … Continue reading →
A SEU that was being developed back around 1991 time and for years has been wrongly attributed to being a game due for release by Electric Boys Entertainment Software around 1995 time. It is likely that EBES picked up the … Continue reading →
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