Another very early preview, Moppel is a simplistic side scroller where you control some guy that I think is in a wheelchair and scrolls across a city landscape. It’s quite simple, and apart from the scrolling and some little animations, … Continue reading →
Possibly a bit of a shock for you now, as we take a look at a GTW entry for Mortal Kombat 2! Out of nowhere, an unofficial conversion of the sequel appeared, and a bloody good looking conversion too when … Continue reading →
You may remember another entry called Beauty and The Beast, which was an unofficial licence of the Disney film, and rather oddly done within the Last Ninja engine. Well, not long after finishing with Beauty and The Beast, the same … Continue reading →
Yet another puzzler to add to the archives, this time something a little different where you must replicate the pattern on the right most box. It’s pretty simple stuff, with some snazzy presentation at the bottom – it isn’t anything … Continue reading →
Move Out is another tile based puzzler, though I couldn’t quite work out what you were meant to do. Anyone have any ideas? Well, contributor Ken Knight found the following via the comments: “The only thing I figured out as … Continue reading →
Probably one of the last major lost titles left to find on the Commodore 64 – Murder! by US Gold. Finished and reviewed in 1990, but never released by the Birmingham-based company. The bloody cheek of them! That is the strange thing … Continue reading →
A stunning little game, featuring some great graphics and wonderful spot effects and animations. This game was intended to be sold via mail order companies on the C64 for a price of around £8.99, which seems like a reasonable price … Continue reading →
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