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Inferno by Aetherbyte MSX2

Inferno Launches Digitally on MSX2 Gaming Computer

Fans of 2D action adventure games probably know the name Inferno by now. If not, let me tell you a bit about it. This is one of the latest games by Aetherbyte – the company behind games such as Pyramid Plunder and Insanity both for the Turbo Grafx-16 CD-ROM and Atlantean on Hucard for the […]

Retro Wars

Retro Wars Reimagines Star Wars as Point and Click Adventure

Star Wars fans are a passionate bunch. Nothing wrong with that. Star Wars is a phenomenon in many ways. From toys, games, comics, movies, etc. Speaking of games, there are some fans of this franchise that are not happy that there are genres that Star Wars skipped – namely point and click adventures. Going a […]

Retro Games Released Digitally: December 2017

Rather than doing a weekly, or daily, update on retro games released digitally, I figure a monthly roundup would be better. I already know this is not going to be complete without the help of our readers so please, mention any retro game releases you know of that are not on this list.

NASA Commodore Amiga 2500 For Sale, Own a Piece of History

Want to own a computer that literally helped take man into space? NASA has a Commodore Amiga 2500 from the NASA Telemetry Labs available on eBay right now. This is literally a piece of history that is probably technically incalculable in value – though NASA did take a stab at pricing it.

Wolfenstein 3D Commodore 64

Wolfenstein 3D for Commodore 64 Updated

Wolfenstein 3D released in 1992 to an unsuspecting PC gaming populace which quickly lapped it up, launching id Software into the stratosphere with gamers. Three years later id Software would release the source code for Wolfenstein 3D which opened gamers using it to do new things. They released the source code to the follow-up title, […]

Mikey's Land Commodore Amiga

New Commodore Amiga Endless Runner Miky’s Land Continues Development

The Commodore Amiga is still a viable platform for many gamers and developers alike. For proof just look around, there are plenty of games coming out, in development, or have been released since this computer was no longer commercially viable. Take Miky’s Land for example, an endless runner with a mix of platforming and shooting […]

Jungle Spirit Call of the Wild

Review of the best slots in 2017

As we draw closer to the end of the year, we have seen some great new additions in the gaming industry that have left huge imprints. Most of these have been innovative slot games online together with some graphically great video games.

Stranger Things Retro Game

Stranger Things Retro Game Created by 12 Year Old Programmer Using QBASIC

What did you do at 12 years old? I remember playing a lot of 8-Bit Nintendo, doing some type-in programs from Compute! and Compute!’s Gazette, and generally skipping school whenever I could. The programmer behind Stranger Things Retro Game is a 12-year-old girl whose father wanted her to have opportunities opened to her via S.T.E.A.M. […]

A Retro Gamer’s 12 Days Of Christmas: The Eleventh Day, Pipe Mania

On the eleventh day of Christmas my true love sent to me, eleven pipers piping Eleven pipers piping is obviously a reference to playing a wind instrument and if you would like to explore the use of such a device in the world of gaming might I suggest Super Mario Bros. 3, The Legend of […]

A Retro Gamer’s 12 Days Of Christmas: The Tenth Day, Diablo

On the tenth day of Christmas my true love sent to me, ten lords a-leaping I could have gone two different ways with this entry. One, I could have focused on the word leap and asked you to take a huge leap of faith in believing that Seaman for the Dreamcast is a real video […]

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