A very interesting new GTW entry, and a game which was part of a competition held by 64’er magazine back in 1993. Rockus was one of the entries for the competition, but sadly didn’t win, and hence was never released … Continue reading →
Although eventually released, we are led to believe that there was an earlier version of Rodland on the C64 by Steve Snake, which was much different to the version that was eventually complete. So we enter Rodland V1 into the … Continue reading →
A quick entry which can be quickly cleared up… Rolling Ronny was a neat little platformer from 1991 which brings back some memories for myself in the days of buying Commodore Format. You basically controlled a clown on roller-skates who … Continue reading →
Well, thanks to David Wightman – we learn of yet another C64GS title that never quite made it. Rolling Thunder was to be a title developed for either Ocean or US Gold (To be confirmed) by Imagitec. David remembers seeing … Continue reading →
We had it all, over a decade of quality C64 games for our beloved machine, but it all had to end sometime. As the C64 started to make way for its 16-bit counterparts, titles were rushed and often there were … Continue reading →
Possibly one not to get too excited about, but this entry has come about due to a letter which was sent in from Claire Edgeley from Domark about the original game. The original game missed out rucks and mauls, but … Continue reading →
One major category of GTWs is "Games That Were, but not on the C64". In this case, ST and Amiga versions were released, but despite being announced (referenced in the January 1990 issue of Computer Action magazine) as forthcoming for … Continue reading →
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