This is a game originally intended for release by Starlight, who I think did Rolling Ronny, amoungst other games. Sadly Starlight went under, but thanks to Marco, it has been confirmed that the game was later released by CP Verlag … Continue reading →
Splidge and the Snowmen was to be a festive game in the mode of one of Richard Bayliss’ previous games Cetimiex. The game was being created 1999 and Richard was going to release Splidge and the Snowmen for the Christmas … Continue reading →
Also known as: Commodore Format Demo (Powerpack 12)
In the days of playing Dizzy and first collecting Commodore Format from issue 11, the next issue (12) featured a mammoth cover tape with loads of demo goodies. This and issue 11 are fondly remembered as the time the webmaster … Continue reading →
This game is one of the rumoured unreleased 22 Codemasters games which one day we hope to track down and bring to you, like Codemasters should have done a long time ago. Nothing is known about this game too well, … Continue reading →
Sput is part of a glut of simple previews that got released, where to get a sprite and a bunch of sprites being thrown all over the place. This title seems to be the beginnings of a space shooter, with … Continue reading →
A very short entry for a title which was being designed by Stephen Bedser in 1993 for the C64. The game had a working title of Squat Bot, and was based around a small robot that could change its faceplate … Continue reading →
Adept software recently released some of its old PC shareware games for free including one called Squarez deluxe. On their site they mentioned that the game originally started out as a C64 game called Squarez but was abandoned for the … Continue reading →
Squid is a cute little single screen preview which has some nice hi-res overlaid sprites which move around and which you must avoid. The game isn’t fully playable and just allows you to jump around the map and interact with … Continue reading →
More Apex, more unreleased works now in the form of Squish, a 4 way scrolling isometric squashing game. Possibly similar to Maze Mania, with the aim to squash creatures and have their blood change the colour of tiles. Apparently very … Continue reading →
Squost is a well polished and decent looking tile sliding puzzler, where you have a picture that is jumbled up and have to slide the tiles back to make the proper picture. Although it has been done to death and … Continue reading →
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