It is thanks to the great efforts of the team at C64 Endings which helped to highlight our next GTW to enter the archives. On completion of Navy Moves, you are presented with some text which says to watch out … Continue reading →
Back on our screens in 1988, we were graced by one of the greatest SEU’s of all time. Armalyte was released with an almighty impact, shaping the way all sideways SEU’s should be on the C64. With the first game’s … Continue reading →
A game flagged up thanks to Marco Das, and advertised in the inlay of another Players Software game (See gallery) Without any information known at all about the game, including from any other platforms – we assume that its a … Continue reading →
To follow Arsenal winning the English Premier league, Thalamus gained the rights to produce a game based on the big club. The guy behind the game was none other than creator of past Thalamus hits, Summer Camp and Winter Camp, … Continue reading →
A really wonderful game produced by Timsoft, whom are well renound for their impressive C64 games in the late 90’s. The game is a polished single screen platformer, where you control a little blob with a hi-res overlay, collecting all … Continue reading →
Arwag was to be an Ultima based game written by Ruben Spaans (aka Scroll/Megastyle) which was shaping up to be pretty good. Ruben explains more about the game: "A role-playing game similar to the older Ultima games. It was in … Continue reading →
A cool little Bomberman clone with the name of "Assassins", is the next game in A to greet us, and for the GTW archives. This is a fair clone of the classic game by Hudson, and does its best to … Continue reading →
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