All posts by Willem Elbers


Armalyte was considered a masterpiece when it was released in 1988, bringing the 8-bit Commodore 64 computer closer to the


The shoot-em-up Katakis on the Commodore 64 (C64) started as a side project of Manfred Trenz (coding, game, and level


Developer Saurus worked as a second-party subsidiary of SNK for the Neo Geo and probably is most famous for its


Back in the late 1980s and the early 1990s, Psygnosis had a reputation for publishing games that squeezed the Amiga

Disposable Hero

Dutch development team Boys without Brains, at the time still in their teens, released their first game Hawkeye on the


The folks at German developer Kaiko were huge fans of Japanese video games and aspired to give their own games

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