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Netherworld on the Amstrad CPC

In Netherworld the object is to fly a small spacecraft and collect as many diamonds as possible from the level. Once enough diamonds are...

Ancipital on the Commodore 64

Ancipital is usually classed as a typical Jeff Minter game meaning that it has no storyline and a slightly unusual setting. You are a...

Leaderboard on the ZX Spectrum

A classic game on most formats that it was released on, the same applied for Leaderboard on the ZX Spectrum. Audio wise there was...

Wizball on the Commodore 64

Wizball was one of the all time great games on the Commodore 64 the graphics were very good with interesting backdrops and sprites, the...

Proof of Destruction on the Commodore 64

Proof of Destruction has a unique way of player movement and strategy, but has simple enemy AI. It consists of various levels where in...

Chuckie Egg on ZX Spectrum

The player must collect the twelve eggs positioned in each level, before a countdown timer reaches zero. In addition there are piles of seed...

IK+ on the Commodore 64

In IK+, three people fight against each other on a beach, trying to be the first to score six points. After every two rounds,...

Black Thunder on the Commodore 64

Black Thunder or is it Suicide Express on the Commodore 64 - two very uncannily similar games from the same developer - Tony Crowther The...

Breakdance on the Commodore 64

This game was released in the 80's in amongst the breakdance craze, the gameplay is simply a basic simon type clone. The computer (player...

10th frame on the Commodore 64

This was the best 10 pin bowling game on the Commodore 64 and was brought to you by the same people that had released...