Only a few C64 sceners who stayed around until the end with Commodore Format magazine will remember this game probably. 10th Dan was to be a ground breaking martial arts beat-em-up game by Jon Wells, featuring two massive sprites and … Continue reading →
Yet another lost SEUCK title, by Asif A Bhagwandin for Commodore Force magazine. This was an awesome Forgotten Worlds clone just like TAB, and featured very colourful graphics similiar to Creatures (but totally original graphics). According to Asif, this was … Continue reading →
What seems to be a very promising preview at the start, with a lot of really nice glossy presentation and graphics – when you start this preview, you are pretty much greeted by a static bitmap and some test sprites … Continue reading →
What we have here is a slick looking Pong style game with bitmap backgrounds, very much like a X-Ample style of game. Stated as coming soon with a wide range of features and additions, B-Ball never did quite make it … Continue reading →
Electric Boys didn’t just have the main plans to do games such as Flashback or Defensive, but EBES did have other plans which originally were told to the public through the disk covermount of Commodore World, which EBES imported for … Continue reading →
A bit of a surprise entry for you this time… yet another Psytronik game that never was by Alf Yngve. Bloodwheels was another which was due to be released on the label back in 1994 after the commercial decline of … Continue reading →
An awesome looking sequel to the great Lion’s series, almost taking the Armalyte crown right away from them. If you have not seen or heard of Lions Of The Universe, then go and grab it and play it in a … Continue reading →
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