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 →
Our list of different editions of released C64 games continues to grow with the inclusion now of Shadow of the Beast. This came as a bit of a surprise to us, when Nick Pelling tweeted in 2022 that he had … Continue reading →
Ocean had a bucket load of titles in development at the time, and Snow Bros was one of them. This was going to be a conversion of the fairly popular arcade, which was a sort of clone of Bubble Bobble … 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 →
Potentially this was originally thought of as vaporware until we had received confirmation that it wasn’t. This was thanks to early adverts for Space Ace by Empire/Readysoft, which reported a C64 version as coming soon. Additionally though in recent times … Continue reading →
Starburst may have actually seen a release, but in very limited numbers. The game was offered for sale as part of a GEMS compilation pack by Digital Dynamite. An advert was listed in Issue 61 of Zzap, with a review … Continue reading →
Puzzle games are quite abundant in GTW64, and Stratagos is now about to add to the tally – a puzzler by Andrew Rodger. Stratagos may have actually seen a release, but in very limited numbers. The game was offered for … Continue reading →
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