Last chapter for our Timeless Series.
Thus this is a big one.
A very extraordinaire mix between Commando and Platoon in Seuck!
|http://csdb.dk/getinternalfile.php/201799/Naddando.d64 (downloads: 424)|
|http://csdb.dk/getinternalfile.php/201800/Naddando.tap (downloads: 147)|
|http://csdb.dk/getinternalfile.php/201806/Instrucciones Naddando.pdf (downloads: 143)|
|http://csdb.dk/getinternalfile.php/201808/Naddando – version disparo direccional.rar (downloads: 89)|
|http://csdb.dk/getinternalfile.php/201807/Cover Cassette – Naddando.rar (downloads: 80)|
I think it’s inspired by classic games like Defender but let’s discover it !
|http://csdb.dk/getinternalfile.php/202975/flying-saucers.prg (downloads: 637)|
Beeching Golf& Country Club
A Leader Board clone but improved as well.
|http://csdb.dk/getinternalfile.php/167942/larcky – Beechings Golf & Country Club.zip (downloads: 480)|
and seeing we are in golf sport attraction why to not try:
Top Hole Golf V1.4.
A funny puzzle rebus game that will take your attention and will give you fun times!
|http://csdb.dk/getinternalfile.php/203993/Poppy Locky.d64 (downloads: 271)|
Another funny game inspired by we know who !
|http://csdb.dk/getinternalfile.php/201818/SimoneSaysBasic.d64 (downloads: 216)|
Freaky Fish DX
Fishing on C64 never been so funny
Sometime you are the one to save a witch, even on a C64
A mysterious game with a clean goal, save mankind destroying alien computer!
Visit the mysterious Ghost Town, a place full of unexpected dangers and hidden treasures! Ghost Town is a fantastic adventure written by Udo Gertz and released in 1985 for the Commodore C16, C116 & Plus/4. It was one of my favorite games when I was a kid and I never managed to beat the game. 35 years later I uncovered every single mystery hidden inside the Ghost Town. You can play the game as an extended version on the Commodore Plus/4, for the first time on the Commodore 64
Make my Day
For years, the full game has been locked away, and it wasn’t until Mark came forward on SeasickSteveOre’s YouTube video of the preview, posting on the comments that he had made on the game and confirming about the title.
What was exciting was that Mark confirmed that he still had the full game, but additionally that Matt Gray had composed some music for the game. Mark very kindly sent the disk over to GTW, and we can now proudly present the final full game that was intended for release by Power House back in 1988. It is indeed also complete with a new Matt Gray tune that hasn’t been heard probably for over 30 years.