A very simple side way scrolling shooter which was apparently being done for Markt and Technik back in 1992. Your fighter is fixed to the bottom of the screen and has no real interaction at this stage, but there are … Continue reading →
Unfortunately I couldn’t get this preview working properly, so until I can see and play it, I can’t say too much about it. It’s a puzzler, and thats about all I can say. The graphics are quite simplistic, from what … Continue reading →
A graphically superb Pang clone from the publishers of PP Hammer, Ooops Up promised to beat the Ocean single screen arcade conversion, where you had to shoot various bubbles (which broke into smaller ones) until all were cleared from the … Continue reading →
Even after many years of GTW running, there are still many interesting titles and bits being uncovered, and this was been the case yet again in 2021 with a finding thanks to the preservation efforts of Csaba Virag who found … Continue reading →
Unfortunately another game in the archive I couldn’t get working to tell you about. Its quite a simple puzzler, with high detailed monocrome hi-res backgrounds. I remember the preview being very poor, and not really getting me too excited. More … Continue reading →
Orbital Run was a particularly ambitious project which was planned and started back in 1991. Shaun Pearson and some other guys believed that there was no decent C64 car game out there, and so they decided to create their own. … Continue reading →
Oriental Games could have possibly been one of the last Firebird games to see a release on the C64, but it was not to be. Mentioned in a news item in Games Machine issue 27, Oriental Games was an average … Continue reading →
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