Originally we always believed that the first game was never released, but infact it was by CP Verlag. But thanks to Professor Chaos we learn that a sequel actually underway and mentioned in the end sequence. Upon chasing up, it … Continue reading →
An interesting entry which is worth reporting on. Ice Tea was a great little Ice hockey game released back in the late 90’s and was actually released! So why do we have a GTW entry on it?… Well, thanks to … Continue reading →
A severe lack of goings on here i’m afraid, with this simplistic shooter. The game features some Haydn Dalton sprites ripped because the main ship looks so out of place compared with the other classy sprites. Infact, the game borrows … Continue reading →
A nice looking preview of a puzzler with a strange name. This is another clone of the simple ‘Pairs’ concept, with nothing really new to add, apart from a different front end and some nice graphics. At the time, this … 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 described in an issue of Commodore Tribune … Continue reading →
A sequel to the wonderful Heavenbound game by Cosmos Designs was in production for Cherry Software in 1996. It caused a bit of a storm in a software drought era for the C64, promising some great new gameplay, and with … Continue reading →
Developed way back in 1996, Misfire was to be a neat two player split screen battle in the style of Solar Jetman/Thrust, where you must fly around a map to find each other and destroy each other. The preview released … Continue reading →
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