After the discovery of various bits and pieces which were created by Apex and that never saw the light of day, there remained a few demos which didn’t really tie into any particular GTW titles. So as the Rowland Brothers … Continue reading →
A well recieved game on the Amiga, “Apprentice” was to be another great release from Rainbow Arts in 1990. The game made its way into magazines, via double sided adverts, but as usual the game never surfaced on the C64. … Continue reading →
Back on our screens in 1988, we were graced by one of the greatest SEU’s of all time. Armalyte was released with an almighty impact, shaping the way all sideways SEU’s should be on the C64. With the first game’s … Continue reading →
A game flagged up thanks to Marco Das, and advertised in the inlay of another Players Software game (See gallery) Without any information known at all about the game, including from any other platforms – we assume that its a … Continue reading →
Intriguing title for our next GTW comes in the form of Asylum. From a feature on a show in Your Commodore magazine, the game was described in more detail as a top view three player interactive heavy metal fantasy action … Continue reading →
Battlestorm was a fair multiscrolling shooter in the style of Xenon and Time Pilot 84 and was released on the Amiga in the early 90’s. It seems that a C64 version was on the cards for Disk and Tape, which … Continue reading →
Our next GTW entry is yet another arcade conversion that never was, this time in the shape of a SNK arcade conversion of a game called Beast Busters. The game was described by magazines such as YC (issue 73) as … Continue reading →
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