A quick new entry for what Freddy Hardest 2 should have been originally, in the form of “Katia” by Iron Byte, a Uruguayan development team. The Freddy Hardest 2 game (known to many as Guardian Angel from Codemasters) originally featured … Continue reading →
Another game which I unfortunately cannot say too much about, due to the game being in German. It seems to be a trading game of somekind, and something i’ve been told is quite a popular type of game in Germany. … Continue reading →
During 1990 when Commodore was planning its launch of the ill fated C64GS console, a string of top developers signed up to support the console and the prospect of ridding of many a horrendous multiload by using the Cartridge format. … Continue reading →
A nice looking preview of a puzzler with a strange name. This is another clone of the simple ‘Pairs’ concept, with nothing really new to add, apart from a different front end and some nice graphics. At the time, this … Continue reading →
Yet another Beyond Belief game which was planned and mentioned in the interview with Jim Scott. Information is a bit scarce, as all we currently know is that the game was to be a horizontally scrolling bike game for one … Continue reading →
Kid Saviour was to be a Giana Sisters clone by Roy Fielding, who did some music work and also did Hectic 2 back in the early 90’s. All the hard work according to Roy was done, with decent collision, scrolling … Continue reading →
This early preview puts you in the control of a nicely animated spaceman, running around and jumping over various vegetated objects over a short horizontal push scroll map. Glitches are everywhere in this early preview, and some errie music has … Continue reading →
This was a fairly popular title on the Commodore Amiga back in 1990, and unsurprisingly a C64 conversion was rumoured. The game was kind of a "Running Man" idea, with yourself controlling a ship in a platform/shoot-em-up affair. As with … Continue reading →
A very strange little preview this one.. It is infact an early preview of Orcus, with hacked sprites from Mr Heli and other games. It’s not known if this was actually going to be turned into a proper full game, … Continue reading →
Yet another SEUCK title which has come from the Zzap article which was ran back in 1992 time to search for good Megatape games. James Sweeny’s Klaboom effort was seen as being too simplistic, and one which didn’t offer too … Continue reading →
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