Covering unreleased and cancelled video games, plus prototypes and early versions of games on a variety of consoles and computers. We are a large archive dedicated to preserving games that were never released to the public. Sharing history and stories from the developers, assets and more before it is too late.

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Latest news and posts

April update for GTW64

How can it be April already? Well, here’s another update anyway – and a lot of Rob Hubbard related mysteries solved as you will see, including another twist in the tale which is Thundercats! :-)

9 new entries added

Colorasaurus, Deadly Summer, Fall Guy V1, House of Changes, Number Stumper, Pony Express, Ronin, Show Jumping, Sqaut Bot

22 updates added

Bloody Kids, Catch 23, DDT: Dynamic Debugger, Fantasy, Flok, Food Feud, Gremlins, High Memory, Jet Boat Simulator, Lethal Xcess, Mindbending Aliens From Hyperspace, Nefarious, Paranoid Pete, Prototype, Samurai Dawn, Snare V1, Space Monkeys, Spirit Of Adventure, Strobe, Trigger Happy, Vitrus, Wolf

GTW stand at PLAY Blackpool

In early May, we’ll be doing a stand with a number of unreleased games on show for a variety of platforms. There will be a main C64 stand with the GTW64 collection on show and a new reveal of around two previously unseen games exclusively for the show. One is a very famous and long lost title from 1986/87! For more details check out the site here:

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GTW64 second update of the year

Wow, time has gone quick already! And so another GTW64 update for 2015 which includes:

6 new entries added

ALA, Black Gold 2, Bounce’n, Droid Alert, Grapevine, Huckleberry Hound in Hollywood Capers

27 updates added

Behemoth, Bible Baseball, Boxing Champion, Bushido Warrior, C64GS cartridge titles, Candyman, Charlie Chaplin, Crossfire Canyon, Gi Hero, Italian Night 99, Jimmy’s Grandprix, Mag Max V1, Mars Cops, Nighthunter, Pool Game, Populous, Programming Paintset, Shellshock, Shove Off, Snare V1, Soccer Game, Soldier One, Star Scaper, Super Wonderdog, T-Runner, Under The Ground, Unknown Educational game

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Updates on Konix Last Ninja 2 recovery

Well, the news continues to get better – with confirmation from Mark Campbell that all the Last Ninja 2 disks were fully recovered – with the complete code, art and music recovered in all.

Not only that, but a massive bonus has been the discovery that some of the disks also contained some long lost demos which were originally seen in the Konix videos.

This includes the infamous 3D cube demo and also the Big heads game – Head Invaders. Hopefully we’ll see some videos of these soon.

There is more, with another Konix game on the cards – more soon on this as and when we have the go ahead to mention it :)

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Last Ninja 2 – Konix edition recovery update

An amazing update on the recent discovery of the Last Ninja 2 disks for the Konix Multi-system. One disk has been read so far, and the results have been very positive – with the game being now emulated and running!

And here is the video of it up and running!

We guess that more work will also occur on getting the rest of the disks preserved and everything emulated in as close as to a final state as possible. The video means hearing some previously unheard Dave Lowe tunes for the first time in over 20 years.

Exciting times! More soon as we hear it!

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Populous (c64) recovered and released + more!

A second update of the year and our first real big recovery so far!

Populous C64 conversion attempt recovered and released!



3 new entries added

Blue Sun, Telmar’s Gold, Wendellwood Estates

10 updates added

All Terrain Gardener, Arcade Classics 2, Bushido Warrior, Escape From Mars, Hope To Hopp 2, Hydrogenese, Rebelstar, Rebelstar 2, The SuperCan, Your Computer Software Exchange

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