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 →
Yet another Titus title which was mentioned in a schedule list from 1990 for the C64 on Tape and Disk. The game did surface on the Amiga, under the Infogrammes label and wasn’t particularly well recieved. It was sort of … Continue reading →
Myth was a huge game on the C64, which won many awards due to its style and class. System 3 announced that work would begin on a sequel, named ‘Dawn Of Steel’. The planned sequel would have had yet more … Continue reading →
A fantastic Super Zelda clone written for the C64 by Crossbow/Crest and was a secret part to the demo Krestage 3 – More Weird Stuff. This awesome clone has to be seen to be believed. Unfortunately it seems we will … Continue reading →
Mentioned as a future title from Linel in Your Commodore issue 73, Necronom was a R-Type clone which saw eventual release on the Commodore Amiga back in 1991 by Linel and later on Amiga Fun magazine around 1992/93. The game got … Continue reading →
A platform game, where you are given the chance of actually creating you own levels. Good, but unfortunately the game itself lacks a lot of thing to make it that playable. Apart from some simple graphics, a simple main character … Continue reading →
Thanks to Jazzcat for highlighting this one, but on Philippe Lesire’s website, he mentions working on a game called Nereid which sadly didn’t quite make it. Nereid was to be some kind of space game, and Philippe produced a series … Continue reading →
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