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Review – Amnesia for Amstrad CPC

“THE MOST AMAZING GAME EVER WRITTEN IN BASIC” says the opening screen.  Ha-ha this game should be interesting I thought.  A coder who isn’t shy, boasting about his own game.  How original and probably the first time I have seen that when I have loaded up a game, generally speaking, Amstrad CPC coders are a […]

Amstrad CPC Arcade Game Conersions

Any serious gamer would no doubt remember games like Pacman, Space Invaders, Galaga, Asteroids and Frogger. Created around the 1970s to early 1980s, these video games are still highly revered to this very day, the so called ‘Golden Age’ of the arcade video games industry. Ah, it was a time when video game arcade machines would be […]

Amstrad CPC Gaming Gems

Some Amstrad CPC gaming gems that flew under the radar. What makes a good game stand out from the rest? Some may say amazing graphics and sprites, while others will argue playability or smooth scrolling, addictiveness and even great tunes and sound effects. During the Amstrad CPC gaming era of the 1980’s and early 1990’s generally, the biggest […]

Review – Touchdown USA for Amstrad CPC

So you want to be an American Football manager, you want to take your team to the ultimate glory, with Touchdown USA gridiron management simulator, you can take your team all the way to the Superbowl.  Choose one of 5 difficulty levels from beginner to expert.  Select a famous American Football team from two groups […]

Review- Kat Trap: Planet of the Cat-Men for the Amstrad CPC

June, 1986.  Popular United Kingdom, Spectrum computing magazine, “Crash”, issue 29, in conjunction with software house, Domark and programming team ‘Design Design’, decided to run a nationwide video game idea competition called ‘Genesis: Birth of a game’. The winning entry would receive 1000 pounds prize money, plus a 10 % royalty of games sold, a trip […]

Mysterious Disappearing Gazza 2 Amstrad CPC Cartridge – Does it Exist?

Paul Gascoine, aka “GAZZA”.  Loved and hated footballer of the 1980s and 1990s era, proved a very marketable commodity, in particular selling football / soccer video games. Gremlin graphics saw the opportunity to cash in and license Paul Gascoine’s name to some football / soccer games, one such game that is proving to be surrounded in […]

Essential Amstrad CPC sports games

In the 1980’s It seemed whenever software companies were stuck for ideas they’d always bring out a new sports game, the concept still rings true today. Matchday was the essential football / soccer game on the CPC in the early years then there was the sequel Matchday 2 that boasted much more enhanced improvements to the […]

Review- Winchester on the Amstrad CPC

Set in the old wild west, this is a run n gun shoot to kill style game. Released as a French only game, i was unable to locate much information about the game itself. What i played of it, i found the objective is to run to an end point to get to the next […]

Review- War Cars Construction Set for Amstrad CPC

Before the mighty Super Cars from Gremlin graphics, came War Cars Construction Set from Firebird.  Based on the simulation of slot car racing, taken from an over head perspective,  you must race off against a computer opponent to collect flags for points whcih may also allow you to perform special moves such as crashing your […]

Christmas Eve Dinner Destroys Long Running and Well Known Amstrad CPC Demo Scene Website

Sad news for the Amstrad CPC community. Long running Amstrad CPC demo scene Push N Pop is dead. Due to a very unfortunate accident during a Christmas eve dinner, a Push N Pop administrator puked his chestnut filled turkey onto the server. Despite attempts restore the server, the Push N Pop team have informed everyone via their […]


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