This is probably the most similar looking Dynablaster game which you will find on the C64 in terms of its graphics. Very much faithful to the original classic. This preview is however a little slower paced than the original, but … Continue reading →
Hands up who remembers that old Software Project’s game "Crazy Balloon" ?… You know, the one based on that ancient old arcade machine with monocrome char graphics, where you guided the baloon around the maze to the exit. Well, taking … Continue reading →
A short entry for a title that was due out by the demo crew turned game development team – Ambush. More details on them can be found at https://csdb.dk/group/?id=768 The game was an unofficial conversion of the PC game of … Continue reading →
Coined is a rather simple game in similar style to Connect 4. The game for many years has remained a preview and was never to be completed until now. The game was written as a bit of run before it … Continue reading →
A year passed since the death of the commercial UK C64 scene, and Commodore Zone and Commodore Scene had taken over where C-Format and C-Force had once stood. Games were few and far between, but for those reading, each new … Continue reading →
A game which was in development by the same developers who did Mortal Dogfight and Chaos Lands, Coma Software. It’s very early days yet for this title, with little information being known about the actual game. The only thing we … Continue reading →
Back in 1996, an enthusiastic Wayne Wormersley got working with Jon Wells on a title called Crash Course. The game was to be a sort of update to the classic Spectrum/Ultimate title ‘Trans Am’, or at least based on the … Continue reading →
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