Not too much to say about this preview, apart from that its Hangman, and not really a good one at that. There is no hangman sprite to indicate how many lives you have, just a flashy little logo at the … Continue reading →
Hangman’s Hazard was being sold as a word game with a twist in a 1992 issue of RUN magazine from the US. The game was sold on disk, but it seems that this is one that didn’t sell that well. … Continue reading →
Another early version it seems existed of another Domark game, this time of the terrible Hard Drivin’ game conversion being worked on. Just how did the Spectrum receive a fantastic conversion, and we get this game? (The game was so … Continue reading →
As the C64GS was in full flow, companies started to put their support into the machine by listing various titles they planned to have ported for the cartridge format. Domark was one such publisher, and they were also planning an … Continue reading →
This game was confirmed as released under the name of Reactor II for CP Verlag/Magic Disk 64. Thanks to Jan Schulze for the confirmation! Case closed for this entry – the full game you can download from here: http://gamebase64.com/game.php?id=6243&d=18&h=0
Harold was to be a cool Pacman clone of sorts being produced back in 1992 by Dennis Osborn. A good start was made on the game before it was abandoned. 30 years later, Dennis resurrected the game and decided to … Continue reading →
Our next title in the archives sounds like it should be some kind of jet fighter game, but in fact Harrier Strike was a space shooter which was being written by Duncan Kershaw shortly after Steel Eagle. Originally it was … Continue reading →
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