A rather intriguing title this time which may not interest some, as it is a SEUCK title which has gone missing. The Absolute Beginning (TAB) was produced by Asif A Bhagwandin for the Zzap megatape, and was sent in and … Continue reading →
This entry originally began as a possible V1 hunt, but it has been confirmed that Finlay indeed programmed the version we all know (and love?). However, a recent conversation with Wayne Billingham showed that a Cartridge version was being produced. … Continue reading →
Yet another Alternative Software game, and this time based on the popular BBC series of the late 80’s and early 90’s, ‘Allo ‘Allo. This was a comedy set in France during World War Two, and featured a bald French character. … Continue reading →
Based on the Cartoon classic where a bunch of Chipmunks have a band and make loads of money while being exploited by their human (!) father. It was good when I was 10 years old anyway! Alternative Software, never a … Continue reading →
To follow Arsenal winning the English Premier league, Thalamus gained the rights to produce a game based on the big club. The guy behind the game was none other than creator of past Thalamus hits, Summer Camp and Winter Camp, … Continue reading →
Barbarian 3 first started off as a basic sequel to Barbarian 2, following a similar structure. This was the period when both Steve Brown and Richard Leinfellner were involved in the development. Basically whilst the sequel was in development, Steve … Continue reading →
Possibly a little too late in the C64’s life, but we have had reports from our very own Andrew Fisher that Barcelona ’92 was infact in production on the C64 as well as the Amiga for US Gold. Who were … Continue reading →
After the success of the first Bart game on the C64, and a bland conversion of the Arcade game in the US… Bart was ready for one final fling on the C64, and so to for Ocean on the 8-bit … Continue reading →
Another unreleased game which was a planned conversion by Storm for the C64. The game was mentioned from various sources, including Commodore Power, issue 1, page 9 – saying… "Mindscape have finally given the Battletoads (NES’s superheroes) a home. After … Continue reading →
Beavers was another promising title which Grandslam were entrusted to publish on various systems. You had to control “Jethro the beaver” through 4 valleys, each with 4 levels. From the previews in the magazines, the game looked a very nice … Continue reading →
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