Another previously unknown game which was to be released on the short-lived RetroSoft label back in 2005. This was a sort of Bejeweled clone on the C64, written by Jason Kelk – and was shaping up very nicely before it’s … Continue reading →
Here we have another Richard Bayliss GTW, this time a two player game called Death or Glory. It was abandoned due to bitmap difficulties, and what remains is a briefly playable combat game where the players control a ‘ghost ship’ … Continue reading →
Not entirely sure what Geotrope was to be just yet, but the demo that was released suggests a Japanese Anime themed game. And an impressive little demo too. Nothing of the game was included though, but some clues were given … Continue reading →
Also known as Moonstone – A hard days knight, this is an unofficial conversion of the Mindscape Amiga game, and a very good start too which has been made! There are some cool introduction sequence screens, followed by some brief … Continue reading →
Not entirely sure why this wasn’t added to the archives a lot earlier. This was a sequel to a game by Richard Bayliss called For Speed We Need back in 2005. Around the time I was working with Richard on … Continue reading →
Our next entry is a post-commercial era title from around 2005 that sadly was never to be completed. Tronscii is a PETSCII clone of the common tron light bikes game, two player only with dual scrolling playing grids and colour … Continue reading →
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