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Bandit Gaming: Owl Hunt Expands on King’s Quest V in Unique Way

Ah, the classic King’s Quest series.  A series that used to be a mainstay in gaming and a very viable reason to purchase a computer considering only one King’s Quest game was ever ported to a home console (quick, name it!).  This series started in the early days of computing and lasted up to the […]

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Revenge of the License: Peter Gabriel’s Eve

Happy Sunday, regular consumers of Retro Gaming Magazine! Today, just for you, we present the easiest way to win obscene amounts of cash via pretentious, music-loving hipster. First: find a pretentious music-loving hipster at your local watering hole; if you can’t find one at the first place you hit, don’t give up! Travel to the […]

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New Game: Willy the Wasp 2 Hits the ZX Spectrum Retro Computer

The ZX Spectrum, a computer that gamers like me here in the United States probably have very little experience with got a new game recently.  Willy the Wasp 2 was recently released on the Spectrum computer adding another action adventure title to its library.  The story for Willy the Wasp 2 is pretty simple, and […]

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New Game: Pandemic Brings Gauntlet Style Dual Stick Shooting to the Sinclair ZX81

Gauntlet style shooters are not all that new, they have been around since before Gauntlet but Atari’s classic was the first to take hold, and keep it.  Pandemic is an overhead shooter that is similar to that classic arcade game but it is for the Sinclair ZX81, a computer that hit retail shelves in 1981, […]

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Update: New Gameplay Video for Dungeon Hunt

While I just posted an article for Dungeon Hunt, I felt it worthwhile to do an update since the developer has released a new gameplay video showing off more of the combat and level design.  For those that didn’t read my other article about Dungeon Hunt, this is a new role playing game in the […]

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New Game: The Waste Land Brings Ghouls n Ghosts Bosses to Castlevania Looking Metroid Styled Levels

Okay, that title is a little all over the place but bear with me on this one.  The Waste Land is representative of all of those titles with a possible bit of 8 Eyes mixed in for good measure- the design combination is very hard to pin down.  Based on T.S. Eliot’s poem, The Waste […]

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New Game: Dungeon Hunt Gold Now Available for Atari 8-Bit Computers

First person role playing games are something that is close to my heart.  While others were enjoying games like Ultima I was rocking out to Wizardry and Alternate Reality.  When my friends were enjoying stuff like Zelda III: A Link to the Past I was enjoying the Dungeon Master and Arcana (though I was quite […]

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New Game: Sky Battles Looks to Combine Shadow of the Colossus with Crimson Skies and Twisted Metal on Steam and Mobile

I remember the first time I fired up Shadow of the Colossus, I was torn between purchasing SoC or God of War, it was an amazing experience running across that first boss.  I remember wishing I could fly in Shadow of the Colossus but I was never able to do that, such a shame.  Well, […]

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New Game: Jam It Brings 2 on 2, up to 4 Player, Basketball Tournaments to the Commodore 64

I have been on a slight kick lately with covering the Commodore 64 releases, partly because that is where the most interesting action has been and I have a soft spot for this particular computer.  The Commodore 64 is quite a versatile platform that is completely open to programmers since everything is extremely well documented.  […]

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New Game: X-Force Reminds Gamers that the Commodore 64 Can Rock Scrolling Shooters

Side scrolling shooters.  A genre that used to rule the roost in gaming, no matter what platform you gamed on, there was probably more than a handful of side scrolling shooters (unless it was a 3DO, CD-i or Playdia that is).  From the likes of Nemesis II on the Game Boy to Thunder Force III […]


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