Marc In Wonderland is the beginning of what possibily could have been a great game, but we can’t really tell from a preview of this early stage. The only thing you can do move this blond haired guy called Marc … Continue reading →
A rarity this one… actually seeing Mario on the home computers. Released on PC and other formats, this was no action adventure like the games we all know, but a kids adventure title which you’d most likely find in a … Continue reading →
I’ve seen some funny sick games on the C64, the recent releases of Blood 1 and 2 are two of them. Massacre was another game attempting to push the boundaries of sickness. Simply you have a target, and you are … Continue reading →
A very buggy Tetris clone, called ‘Master Tetris’, with corrupted graphics, but still somehow playable. It’s hard to critise a game as playable as Tetris, and this certainly is playable, but the downfall is the graphics and lack of any … Continue reading →
Math-a-graph is a game by the creator of Coined and was a Mario Picross clone that wasn’t quite finished. Basically the game was almost finished, and is a very playable game at the moment and also has a level editor. … Continue reading →
Ah nooooo…. not another puzzler!… The 10,000th puzzler i’ve had to go through for GTW, i’m sure! It’s also another game that came with no instructions, so i’m not sure what you have to do. After some fiddling around with … Continue reading →
Any C64 user will know who and what Mayhem is. Rated as one of the best games ever made (Although contested by some people), Mayhem was planning a comeback briefly in a new outing called "Mayhem Deluxe". The Apex boys … Continue reading →
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