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Bounder Commodore 64

Bounder Coming to Mobile Platforms, Features Three Versions

Bounder, originally published by Gremlin Graphics Software Ltd in 1985, is coming to both Android and iPhone soon. For those that are not familiar with Bounder, you are controlling a tennis ball trying to navigate platforms suspended high in the air. Miss a jump and well, you die. Simple. Considering this is a classic title […]

A Near Dawn

New Point and Click Adventure A Near Dawn Launched on Kickstarter

A Near Dawn is a brand-new point and click adventure that was created in a similar vein as Broken Sword and Monkey Island. Let’s look at what is interesting about this new game seeking crowdfunding support. First, the graphics are brand new, original, along with a fully voiced story to help keep you interested. Great […]

Morphite Android Crescent Moon Games

Morphite Launches on Nintendo Switch Tomorrow

You know what rocks? Just about anything by Crescent Moon Games. This company has a proven track record of releasing some quality games and it appears that Morphite is no different. From 2-Bit Cowboy to Paper Monsters, if Crescent Moon Games made it, it probably rocks. The cool news here is that Morphite launches on […]

Top 5 Games to Play on Halloween

Halloween was never one of my favorite holidays as a kid. Sure, there was the candy and the knowledge that an entire school day would be devoted to creating G rated horror-themed art projects, but the day was always unsettling to me. Macabre themed costumes made me queasy and by the time I was old […]

Pinkie! Super Nintendo by Piko Interactive

Piko Interactive Announce Pre-Orders for New Games

Piko Interactive, the independent publishing company that won’t quit, has just announced another round of cool games for classic consoles. For those that do not know who Piko Interactive is, maybe you have heard of some of their releases including Legend, Dorke and Ymp, Iron Commando (all for Super Nintendo) or Super 3D Noah’s Ark […]

Beyond Oasis Sega Genesis

Sega Forever Adds Another Sega Genesis Classic

Sega Forever, for those that do not know, is Sega’s ad supported free games initiative (don’t worry, you can disable the ads with a single In App Purchase). It is a great idea, though it has its detractors, mainly fans that bought these games already and now are forced to use the ad supported version […]

Thimbleweek Park

Thimbleweed Park Coming to Android

Point and click adventure fans already know the name Thimbleweed Park quite well. If you don’t, then just how big a fan of the genre are you? For those that are reading this and are not fortunate enough to know that name, Thimbleweed Park is a point and click adventure throwback to the good old […]

Remembering the Old School Game Store

Retail locations are a dying breed. The cost of doing business with a brick and mortar location versus the return on sales is a hard-balancing act. I am sure most of the people reading this have thought at least once about starting their own old school game store but have failed to follow through for […]

A New ZX Spectrum Vega+ update, Sort Of

Starting a campaign update with an apology never bodes well for its backers and the latest update from Retro Computers is no exception.

Metroid Samus Returns Nintendo 3DS Amiibo

Nintendo Continues Down Slippery Slope of Paid DLC with Amiibo Connection

This is quite concerning news. Nintendo are apparently going to lock a game mode for the new upcoming Metroid: Samus Returns game behind another purchase. While this is making a lot of fans mad, surely Nintendo won’t leave it at this. They can’t. It is so unlike Nintendo to require fans to purchase a physical, […]


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