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COVER FEATURE: THE BLUES BROTHERS
The Blues Brothers is a game enjoyed by most Commodore 64 owners across the globe, and it’s a title that has been celebrated for its cracking playability, sharp graphics, and cool tunes. But does it still hold up to today’s standards? Our FREEZE64 retrospective will help us answer that question and more!
ANDREW BRAYBROOK: LOOKING BACK…
The legendary programmer Andrew Braybrook begins his regular FREEZE64 column where he takes a look back at his impressive career in game development and shares his thoughts and processes to producing some of the most memorable and much-loved games for the Commodore 64.
JULIAN RIGNALL’S CCRAPBACK!
Our Julian takes a trip back to issue 3 of ZZAP!64 magazine from July 1985. He revisits the CCRAP offerings that include Hunchback at the Olympics, Spitfire ’40, Circus Circus, Conan, Operation Swordfish, and Ciphoid 9.
SECRET SQUIRREL INVESTIGATES
Our intrepid little rodent is at it again, revealing some cool hidden messages from two new case files: Osmium and Kettle.
THE DEVELOPERS’ DEN: PAUL TANKARD
He may have forgotten that he produced the music for our cover feature game, but Paul Tankard has a great C64 game developer and music maestro story to share with us all. An interesting guy with a very interesting story to share with you all.
WE DON’T DO REVIEWS!
I know we keep saying that WE DON’T DO REVIEWS… but when a gorgeous game such as Gridlock comes along, who can resist? An exclusive first review of the fab puzzler from the Megastyle team. It’s a SIZZLING SAUSAGE!
OUT OF THE ‘MOULDY CUPBOARD’
The Mouldy Cupboard has another rare and quirky game for us all to ponder. Perils of Bear George may sound like a cute game, but is it any good?
DIARY OF A GAME – INBREAD BY KARL HÖRNELL
Our next installment of the making of INBREAD by the great Karl Hörnell. This time round, Karl decides to build a prototype as proof of concept. It’s early days, but there’s a lot going on and a ton of info to share.
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