Nothing to see here, more on! Skylight is nothing really more at this stage a demo part – just with a logo and a sprite that moves around. It isn’t really a game! Maybe it was just a demo? For … Continue reading →
"Slammer" is a nice update to the classic Pong theme, with two jetpacked characters and two bats which have to defend a goal and get the ball in the back of the opponents goal. Featuring some updated graphics, nice sprites … Continue reading →
A short entry for a title that was briefly advertised in Commodore Format, and in particular issue 22 back in June/July 1992. There were no details apart from listing the game as available for £5.00 on tape, and £9.99 on … Continue reading →
The C64 was not a huge success in France, with the Amstrad CPC the dominant 8-bit system. As a result, many French games which the C64 was more than capable of replicating were never released for it. Sliders is one … Continue reading →
Another great looking game from one of the C64’s last commercial saviour’s, Jon Wells. You simply had to replicate the picture on the left hand side by sliding the pieces together. The same game essentially as ‘Puzzle Shuffle’. This puzzler … Continue reading →
This game is one of the rumoured unreleased 22 Codemasters games which one day we hope to track down and bring to you, like Codemasters should have done a long time ago. This game was to be the sequel to … Continue reading →
Another title from Alter Developments before bigger things came along. Smash Out is a Pong clone which looks quite nice, and plays ok for a Pong clone. It is nothing spectacular, but it was never mean’t to be. This was … Continue reading →
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