BooBer was to be a new C64 platformer game, where you would control a teddy bear main character. It was first started in 2011 by Andrew Bourhill of Apophis Games. It was to be a two directional scrolling platformer – … Continue reading →
The original Knight n Grail was a fantastic title which blew many people away when it turned up. One of my favourite games of recent times with some excellent twists and turns. When this sequel preview turned up, I of … Continue reading →
Nothing much to our next entry I’m afraid. Mr. Pilic is a game from 2011 that seems to be a Manic Miner clone of sorts, but not currently playable (at least I wasn’t able to control anything). There’s a dog … Continue reading →
An interesting conversion of the ZX Spectrum version of Melbourne House’s Penetrator, which did actually see a C64 conversion back in the day. However, many feel that the ZX Spectrum edition was far superior, so it is interesting to see … Continue reading →
A like a good shoot-em up, and Proxima is right up my street as a result. A sideways scrolling shooter with some nice parallax effects. It’s very early days, but you can shoot enemies and move around the looping level … Continue reading →
Black Turk strikes again with quite possibly the most crazy of his creations. Deciding to have a go at seeing what Sonic could be like on the C64, but without the expertise to pull off the scrolling, we got this. … Continue reading →
Side scrolling shooters are a popular genre on the C64, and Squad Force Five is adding to the proof of that. A game that was in development around 2011. The HUD, sprites and attack waves all look pretty good – … Continue reading →
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