Amaurote is an isometric action games that was written by Binary Design and published by Mastertronic in 1987. It was released for the ZX Spectrum, Atari 8-bit, Amstrad CPC and MSX. It was also released for the C64, but it wasn’t isometric in style, but top-down view. However, 35 years later, Elysium64, have remedied this, … Amaurote gets a more accurate C64 version after 35 years
If you had a Commodore Plus/4 then you probably played Icicle Works at some point. It was created by young programmer, Doug Turner, who also went on to make a handful of other games (Fingers Malone, Prospector Pete). Turner is about to launch his first Plus/4 game in nearly 35 years: A sequel to Icicle … Interview with Icicle Works programmer Doug Turner, plus new Plus/4 game!
As you might guess from the spelling of colour in the title, I’m from the UK. And in the UK in the eighties only the rich kids had microcomputers with disk drives. The rest of us made-do with cassette tapes. And if you collected computer cassette tapes then there is no way you wouldn’t have … Mastertronic Cassette Colour Codes