Another potential stunner from the hands of the late C64 era legends, Cosmos Designs. This time with a sequel to one of their most classic and well remembered C64 titles, “Lions Of The Universe”. This game was to take off … Continue reading →
Thanks to Joerg Droege for bringing this game to our attention. Rigor is a game which Nipson back in the mid-90s, and what an impressive looking game it is! Featuring an excellent 3D tunnel effect, the game looks really stunning … Continue reading →
Rip Off is a very simple single screen shooter that feels more of a technical demo than an actual game at this stage. There’s a simple ship at the bottom, and just a standard attack wave that swoops in and … Continue reading →
It’s 1996 and games on the C64 are slowly drying up completely, the enthusiasm of creating new C64 games for mail order sale was dying too. Fanzines were the only real hope in the UK of any progress for the … Continue reading →
After Turrican 2 and before Turrican 3 by Protovision and Smash Designs, another Turrican clone was being formed with a different main character. "Scorpion" was hoping to take off from where Turrican 2 left off and continue the craze of … Continue reading →
A rather large version of the classic Snake game, spread over a large map. You control a snake which has to avoid contact with all walls and other snakes as long as possible. Graphically the game is very poor, featuring … Continue reading →
Sput is part of a glut of simple previews that got released, where to get a sprite and a bunch of sprites being thrown all over the place. This title seems to be the beginnings of a space shooter, with … Continue reading →
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