Nothing really much to say about this title – it has some nice titles and a bit of a preview to show, but very little interaction. The demo just has a ship that you can move over a scrolling background, … Continue reading →
Not a conversion of the Sega Master System light gun game of the same name, but another title by Jon Wells which was to be released by Visualize – but didn’t quite make it. I almost forgot about this one … Continue reading →
Yet another Thalamus title goes into the archives after a feature in Zzap Italia on the company. Here it was mentioned that Restrictor was coming to the C64 – with the following (translated thanks to Luca Bertoldi): “Arc decided to … Continue reading →
Hold on a sec… this looks a little familiar… Take Player’s"Turbo Kart Racer", jazz up the graphics and change the karts to motorbikes, and you get "Retro Torque". This little update by Paul Black was done especially for Commodore Force … Continue reading →
Another potential stunner from the hands of the late C64 era legends, Cosmos Designs. This time with a sequel to one of their most classic and well remembered C64 titles, “Lions Of The Universe”. This game was to take off … Continue reading →
One of Simon Pick’s unknown games exists in the form of Revolution, which can be found on Commodore Format’s Powerpack from issue 1. This game was actually meant for commercial release, and was showed around to various companies, but with … Continue reading →
Well this little adventure was done by Andreas König using the ‘Graphic Adventure Creator’. It was judged as average adventure, good for adventure novices. Not much else is known about the game, apart from that it was reviewed by a … Continue reading →
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