This was planned as a late release for the Trojan Lightgun, featuring Archery as the theme. Featuring some fair graphics and additions to make it playable for joystick users in this preview, it isn’t too bad. It’s certainly not the … Continue reading →
This game features the adventures of Leroy, a Lego character in a lego based world. The graphics are very cartoony, and very faithful to lego (No.. not blocky before you say!). Levels are portrayed over a horizontal push scroll landscape. … Continue reading →
This is a bit of an obscure title which was never really mentioned in any magazines, that is apart from Games X magazine in 1991. This game was a Wonderboy 3/Alex Kidd clone done by the team behind Escape From … Continue reading →
Weird little platform game featuring a cute looking duck (Or what is supposed to be a duck anyway). You collect various little gems and jump over holes in the ground, and that’s currently about it in this preview. It’s currently … Continue reading →
Little Hero is a simple platformer, in the style of Giana Sisters and in a very early phase it seems. At present the demo which has been floating around seems to just be a quick test of the graphics, with … Continue reading →
Unknown to many people apart from those at Ocean Software, Liverpool FC was to be also developed by Ocean Software in the early 90’s, and the team were hard at work on the title. It seems Grandslam must have kicked … Continue reading →
A game which sadly could be lost forever… This was a title by Artur Bujdoso (Who created Marbloid which is also in the archives) that was mimicking "Dynamix" and "Compunet". The game got to a kind of "playable preview" but … Continue reading →
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