A game brought to GTW’s attention by contributor Zeldin. Zeldin had coded a very early (but playable) demo version of a game called “New Clowns”. This was to have been a polished version of the old classic “Clowns” arcade game … Continue reading →
New York Crisis was to be sold by Alphavite Publications in the form of the Commodore Disk User game disk series. Unfortunately it seems that the company went bust just before the game packs could be released, owing money to … Continue reading →
Keeping with all the hype of the ex-world champion, Gremlin bought the rights to produce the game based on the famous British driver. Similar to other F1 games on the C64, Gremlin still decided to do a C64 version because … Continue reading →
Yes, we are aware that Nightbreed was indeed released by Ocean back in 1990… but that was the arcade and an interactive movie game. Ocean had the licence to do three games, Arcade, Arcade Adventure (which never had a C64 … Continue reading →
When the C64 was dying out commercially, Jon Wells was trying to flood the C64 with new releases. One of his ideas was to take the entire back catalogue of Clive Wilson adventure titles and update them with new graphics, … Continue reading →
Yet another Titus title which was mentioned in a schedule list from 1990 for the C64 on Tape and Disk. Strangely the game never surfaced on any platform and doesn’t seem to have got past the schedule list. Just what … Continue reading →
Our next title is a simple minesweeper style game which was being done in the mid-late 90’s for an unknown source. It’s a nice enough implementation, but nothing too special which hasn’t been seen before. The likelihood is that the … Continue reading →
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