A very quick entry, but thanks to Drew Northcott, we have been told that Bigfoot was originally in development by another team, before The Firm took over and completed it… http://www.gamebase64.com/game.php?id=755&d=18&h=0 It’s believed that Peter Goldsmith (and maybe Jamie Irvine) … Continue reading →
An early 1990 puzzle game, of which there were a flood back then which were started and abandoned it seems. This was yet another. I’m not fully sure what you have to do, but the game is well presented and … Continue reading →
Early days, hence a very short entry – but we have reports that there were indications of a sequel to Black Gold by reLine being released for the Amiga. We assume a C64 version would have been due too. Do … Continue reading →
An exclusive title to GTW and for the Christmas update of 2006. Thanks to Dave Spicer, our next title was originally known only as “Block game” due to not being given a proper name during its development, but we later … Continue reading →
A Games Workshop board game of sorts by Tynesoft in their dying days I think. The game was first mentioned in around 1989 with Paul Rand from Zzap 64 talking about seeing the preview version in its early stages. He … Continue reading →
A quick entry for now until we learn more – but Bloody Kids was a game based on a comic strip that briefly featured in Skateboard Magazine. Players Software were to release the game as a budget title, but it … Continue reading →
Compute!’s Gazette (May 1990) ran a news piece on this possible baseball game from arcade specialists Data East. Bo was a superstar in the US, famous for playing both American Football and Major League baseball during his career as well … Continue reading →
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