Originally part of a demo, Baccie’s Nightmare is a good example of Doom on the C64. Although, no guns or enemies to shoot, it demonstrates the running around rooms at reasonable speed. This clone, like MOOD, features some very blocky … Continue reading →
A short entry by active C64 developer, Richard Bayliss. Big Bite Live was basically meant to have been a boxing game, based on The Big Fight Live programmed in BASIC with machine code routines like a IRQ music player. The … Continue reading →
As described by its creators "An Old Skool style shooter", and thats exactly what it is. Could be mistaken for a SEUCK effort, this is nothing too much to write home about. Simply shoot a series of attack waves and … Continue reading →
Bronnoyquest was a jokey adventure game which was written by Ruben Spaans (aka Scroll/Megastyle). Ruben explains more about the game and how it came about: "It started out as a very silly adventure game made by me and a friend … Continue reading →
The title pretty much says it…. You guide a ball around in a large cave, and thats about it. Well, that isn’t just it.. but it is where this preview goes. A game which was being produced for Commodore Fever, … Continue reading →
A strange game this one… nothing much on it either, apart from a average title screen and two screens of action… or none as the case is in this preview. The preview’s two screens have you controlling a space craft … Continue reading →
I don’t think we can call this a game, but more of a simulation of somekind. You may all remember those "Life" sims that used to be widespread on all machines, well this is another attempt. This one is very … Continue reading →
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