Tournament Golf was to be a conversion of the Sega arcade game Arnold Palmer’s Tournament Golf for the C64. The only knowledge we have of such a conversion was from Elite’s very own website: http://www.elite-systems.co.uk/elite/htdocs/games.php?id=64 The game got a release … Continue reading →
A short entry for a game that you can currently play, but not in its originally intended form. Strider 2 was a poor sequel released for various 8-bit and 16-bit platforms by US Gold and developed by Tiertex. Originally the … Continue reading →
Yet another TV sports game was planned by the excellent Cinemaware, and late into the C64’s life. Sadly this was never to be it seems. Cinemaware’s website describes the game as follows: “Lace up you hightops and get psyched for … Continue reading →
A rather ambitious title which sadly never made it as more current life commitments came about. This was to be a cross between Narc, Splatterhouse and Final Fight, featuring some nice graphics similar to those in Rubicon, and over 200 … Continue reading →
Whilst having a quick sift through Nick Taylor’s Liverpool FC disks, I found some graphics which seem to be for a Cult Software football game – going by the billboard graphics. Cult were mostly known for their Football management game, … Continue reading →
A very quick entry which was picked up upon by browsing through Thomas Mogensen’s work directory in HVSC. Within the directory was a tune labelled “My big brothers game”, which must have been a game being developed by Ole Mogensen. … Continue reading →
A short entry for a title that we need to find out more about from Mike (Kernal) Berry. This was likely to be a sideways scrolling shooter that Mike Berry was producing for a budget label or similar back around … Continue reading →
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