“Speed King” – Digital Integration – (1985) – Commodore 64 This was a little-known ‘sim’ motorbike racing game that a friend of mine lent me. It was published by the mostly simulation publisher Digital Integration. I remember this game
Revs – Acornsoft – (1984) – BBC Model B Microcomputer By Alex Ward When I was at school those of us with home micro’s were split into two main camps – the Sinclair owners and the Commodore owners. Debate
Pitstop – Epyx – (1982) – Commodore 64 Not every computer games shop let you load up a game before deciding to buy it. For most of us, we had to buy games blind. You never quite knew
Road Race – Commodore VIC-20 (1981) As the early home micro computers were pretty limited in terms of their graphical output, great driving games were thin on the ground. Games were mostly sold on cassette tape for around £5.95.
Sprint 2 – Atari – (1976) – Arcade Version This game is the only black and white game on this list. I only ever saw this machine twice. It’s not the only ‘top-down’ game on the list though.
I’ve been absorbed by arcade racing games since I was about 11 years old. Every year I went to the seaside with my Mum and Dad and I literally could talk about arcade machines for hours, days, years (and
It was the silence that we noticed first. The game on screen had suddenly gone quiet. We were sat on the sofa in front of our ‘living room setup”in the Three Fields Entertainment office watching one of the Aftermath sequences