I hardly need to describe the game I guess, as the title pretty much sums up the topic of this box shifting game. An unofficial conversion, as an official conversion had already been released – this seems to be some … Continue reading →
A famous sequel to a famous series of games, Solar Jetman was released on the NES platform, and other 8-bit conversions were planned, including the C64 and Spectrum. A little news snippet was mentioned once in Zzap about the conversion … Continue reading →
Another game which was promised at the end of the C64’s commercial life. As games ceased up,there was news of many more games coming our way. Solaris was one such title which was being created by C64 muscian Andrew (Drew) … Continue reading →
Yet another Beyond Belief game which was planned and mentioned in the interview with Jim Scott. Information is a bit scarce, and all we knew was that the game was to be a horizontally scrolling game like Rubicon/Hawkeye. Well, the … Continue reading →
A huge hit on the MegaDrive and other SEGA systems. In the early 90’s, SEGA signed a deal with U.S. Gold to allow them to convert their titles to other computer systems, with titles such as E-Swat and Alien Storm … Continue reading →
Originally we didn’t know a great deal about this game, only that it would have been the sequel to the released game and featured more from the popular series. However, news has recently surfaced on the World of Spectrum about … Continue reading →
A game being produced by R Pedersen, who developed a number of games which never made the light of day. The games were all made in MSDOS first, then ported easily over to the C64 and Apple machines. This game … Continue reading →
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