A very vague entry this time, and not to be confused with the Spectrum game of the same name by Design Design (1986). A brief mention of this game was given in the end sequence of Freddie Hardest – Manhatten … Continue reading →
A possibly cock up by Commodore Format, or was Gauntlet 3 originally set to be a far more ambitious title that intended? Of course, we all know about the infamous tale of the C64 edition not seeing full release – … Continue reading →
Gem Quest was a game from Hex (aka Cory) of Pixel Developments – A demo group from UK’s very own Compunet. Some of their demos got featured in ZZap!64 magazine (e.g. Hunter Killer). Unfortunately, due to further studies, the game … Continue reading →
Yet another V1 title, this time in the form of Golden Axe, and by the very same developers. We believe that there was another version of Golden Axe which was scrapped to make way to the version which we all … Continue reading →
Gore was a rather interesting idea which was being developed in 1990 by DMA Designs, the guys behind the famous Lemmings, which was to follow a year after this game. The game was to be similiar to Golden Axe, with … Continue reading →
A quick write up on a title which we only really knew anything about thanks to a news snippet in Games Machine issue 32. The game was mentioned and previewed in a few magazines as to be released on the … Continue reading →
We’re not entirely sure if this actually got completed, but Accolade were still producing C64 games in 1990 (and even 1991), so its entirely feasible that Gunboat was being produced for the C64. The game got fair reviews and even … Continue reading →
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