Samber was a pretty neat Load Runner clone that was produced back in 1997 time by Lepsi, a Polish development company. It was released via Commodore Scene in the UK and sold a few copies to warrent Lepsi wanting to … Continue reading →
A neat Minesweeper clone which was being worked on during the 1990s in Poland, and seems to have come quite some way. Unfortunately, for reasons currently unknown – the game has seemingly been abandoned long ago and it wasn’t polished … Continue reading →
It’s 1996 and games on the C64 are slowly drying up completely, the enthusiasm of creating new C64 games for mail order sale was dying too. Fanzines were the only real hope in the UK of any progress for the … Continue reading →
Save Those Janitors was an action video game where you had to rescue 9 stranded janitors aboard an orbiting nuclear reactor before food runs out. It was advertised in a 1992 issue of RUN magazine from the US. The game … Continue reading →
Sounds like a fight that has broken out in a Chemistry lab, but the game doesn’t quite resemble that in this sideways shoot-em-up. Quite a fair bit has been done for this game, all but the actual game itself. We’ve … Continue reading →
After Turrican 2 and before Turrican 3 by Protovision and Smash Designs, another Turrican clone was being formed with a different main character. "Scorpion" was hoping to take off from where Turrican 2 left off and continue the craze of … 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 backcatalogue of Clive Wilson adventure titles and update them with new graphics, music … Continue reading →
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