Also known as: Pixie and Dixie - Featuring Mr. Jinks
A short entry for a title that may or may not have had a C64 release under way. Pixie and Dixie was based on the Hanna Barbera cartoon and was to be a late 8-bit release it seems. The game … Continue reading →
This isn’t actually the title of the game…. but the title at the time wasn’t decided when Beyond Belief were given an introduction to the pages of Commodore Force. They had promise of many titles (Many with titles which sounded … Continue reading →
I can’t believe that in 2020, we didn’t have this game in the archives! I’ve known about it for years and assumed it was already there when I kept seeing the game listed in Commodore Format’s early warning scanner. When … Continue reading →
It is true that Prince Of Persia was to have an official conversion onto the C64 by none other than E&E, the creators of Lemmings on the C64. Although quite late into the C64’s life, Prince Of Persia was to … Continue reading →
Princess of Dark is a relatively early graphic text adventure that was being worked on around 1993, but seems to have been abandoned fairly early on. It isn’t really playable, though you can enter a few lines to get some … Continue reading →
Erm, if you are expecting a fast action shoot-em-up for our next preview, then think again. Nah, its not crap or anything, but more the beginning of a game, and not much of one at the moment in this preview. … Continue reading →
Hold on a sec… this looks a little familiar… Take Player’s"Turbo Kart Racer", jazz up the graphics and change the karts to motorbikes, and you get "Retro Torque". This little update by Paul Black was done especially for Commodore Force … Continue reading →
A very interesting new GTW entry, and a game which was part of a competition held by 64’er magazine back in 1993. Rockus was one of the entries for the competition, but sadly didn’t win, and hence was never released … Continue reading →
This is likely to be yet another vapourware title … but worth adding none the less… Steve Perry once won a competition with Commodore Format and met up with one of the editors called Andy (Hutch) Hutchinson. When talking to … Continue reading →
It was slightly beyond belief when this game turned up on Commodore Format’s powerpack. Sadly it signalled the end of another C64 company as the C64 slowly died. Beyond Belief had planned Shellshock to be released on their label, after … Continue reading →
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