Brainway is a simple puzzler, very similar to titles such as Sensitive, but where you must destroy all the tiles with purple circles on and without getting stuck or falling. It’s a nice twist on games like Sensitive, and was … Continue reading →
A quick entry for a title by Uruguayan development group Iron Byte, called Buggy Ranger. The game was released by Dinamic on the likes of the Amstrad CPC, Spectrum and MSX and was a sort of ATV clone with very … Continue reading →
A bit of a lazy covering entry for a range of potential cartridges that were meant to have come out for the C64GS. Back when the C64GS was launched, there was a strong list of support from the likes of … Continue reading →
Castle Boy 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 … Continue reading →
A very quick entry, but Coloris was to be a Columns clone which got good ratings on the Amiga platform. CVG issue 100 stated that the coders at Avesoft were working hard at getting together C64 and PC conversions of … Continue reading →
Yet another Titus title which was mentioned in a schedule list from 1990 for the C64 on Tape and Disk (And later cart!). We know very little about the game though sadly – as there is no sign of any … Continue reading →
A very short entry for a potential conversion of a popular Amiga game by Microstyle. USER magazine back in October 1990 had listed the C64 version as being one of the available formats, so was this true at all? We’ve … Continue reading →
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