Since the craze of Wolfenstein and Doom on the PC’s in the early 90’s, we saw a new breakthrough in gaming. Seeing this kind of game even on the likes of a SNES or an Amiga was pretty impressive to … Continue reading →
Our next title is a simple minesweeper style game which was being done in the mid-late 90’s for an unknown source. It’s a nice enough implementation, but nothing too special which hasn’t been seen before. The likelihood is that the … Continue reading →
Pipe Mania isn’t the same title as released in the early 90’s commercially, but was to be an unofficial clone of sorts done by Magna Media back in 1996. If I remember rightly, Commodore Scene once stated that a company … Continue reading →
A colourful single screen platform adventure game comes in the form of a oddly named game ‘Pluff’… Named after the blobby main character who has to go around various rooms collecting various objects, in classic JSW style action. The game … Continue reading →
Around the same time that MOOD made a big impression with C64 sceners in 1996/97, Attila Pohorai (Coding and level graphics) and Viktor Varga (Intro code and graphics) put together a preview which would get many fanatical game’s players excited, … Continue reading →
Not worthy probably of individual entries, some of these may exist – but RR Software was one of the companies who popped up in a bedroom when the C64 was dying – very much like Visualize or EBES. The company … Continue reading →
This preview claims to be a complete game, so i’m not sure why this game never found a publisher. A shame, as its a nice little puzzle game featuring some nice polished graphics by Samar Productions, and many levels to … Continue reading →
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