An interesting puzzler which was released for the Amiga and Amstrad platforms, but not on the C64 – as stated would be the case in C&VG magazine. This was released in Europe under the name of “Tiny Skweeks” The game … Continue reading →
Mentioned in Commodore Format’s early warning scanner, no doubt this was to be a Boxing game most likely. However, Beyond Belief had already released Devastating Blow (http://www.gamebase64.com/game.php?id=2147&d=18&h=0), so was this to be a more management styled boxing game instead? We … Continue reading →
An interesting early preview of a cute Creatures style beat-em-up, or at least I think it is. It’s a bit unclear what you’re meant to do, but it seems to be a 2-player game where you have to attack your … Continue reading →
The Cross is another puzzle game for your C64, which i’m not sure exactly has to be done to complete levels, but it seems like your every day C64 puzzle game. Fairly simple graphics and reused sounds, it seems like … Continue reading →
The Crystal Search was a game written by Iain Black of Zzap64.co.uk fame. It was recently brought to our attention by Hedning after a Genesis Project crack was made. In terms of the game, Iain describes it as follows: "My … 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 →
The famous film set was to finally get its long awaited conversion to all the home computers, and issue 4 of Commodore Format stated that U.S. Gold had bought the rights to all three films, promising two games: an arcade … Continue reading →
A collective entry now for what was to be a large number of Spectrum text adventure conversions to the Commodore 64. In Commodore Force issue 1, Bash the Barbarian mentions that The Guild’s Tony Collins had picked up the rights … Continue reading →
The Horsekiller is a game by Robert Olessak, which is an unfinished sequel to his game called The Galleon. Sadly, only an intro was developed for the game – but an impressive intro it is! Maybe the programmer had ran … Continue reading →
A quick entry for a title that is nothing more than just a few intro screens and some ripped music from Myth. The Last War Brains doesn’t give too much away about the type of game it was to be … Continue reading →
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