Yet another Clockwize title which has been saved from obscurity thanks to Dean Hickingbottom for passing on what is likely the only remaining copy of the game. This was a title due for release in 1990, and was coded by … Continue reading →
Our next entry is a title that was apparently intended for Firebird, though it may have been wishful thinking. Was it ever submitted to Firebird, who in 1989/90 were changing into MicroProse software? The game itself seems to have never … Continue reading →
It is believed that Records File is a data analysis program for Football Director. The Spectrum version can be found at http://www.worldofspectrum.org/infoseekid.cgi?id=0015592 This may mean it is not a game as such that we are looking for, but an extension … 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 →
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 →
Our next entry into the C64 archives was a huge surprise when it was revealed by Ocean’s stalwart – Paul Hughes in February 2021. When CommodoreBlog posted a tweet showing the title screen from the NES version of Robocop 2, … 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 →
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