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ST Update 'Pilot Issue', Spring (March) 1987

A Blast from the past – Atari ST Style

The past few years have seen many notable 30th anniversary celebrations in the retro computing/gaming community–from the birthdays of the humble but seminal Sinclair ZX81 and the ever-popular ZX Spectrum via the versatile BBC Micro to those mighty 16/32 bit beasts, the Atari ST, and Commodore Amiga. This month it’s the turn of the once-popular, […]

E-Motion Retrospective

“Ye cannae change the laws of physics, Jim!” Well that may be so, but in this game, it’s all about the electrons. Push ones of the same colour together and they disappear; different colours clashing creates new electrons of another shade. There’s a bit more to it than this, but that’s the basic idea. And […]

Scrums, mauls and rucks aplenty on the STEEM emulator.

Word Class Rugby: Five Nations Edition Retrospective

Yes folks, way back before Italy joined the tournament and turned it into the Six Nations, we had a cracking rugby game for the Atari ST. Audiogenic made a game that still plays exceptionally well today, and they even get marks for creating a nice chip tune! (Much as I loved the ST, the chip […]

Something for the Weekend – December 24, 2016

The weekend is a time to wind down. A time to reflect on all the happenings in the retrogaming scene. At time to revisit the week’s main news, previews, reviews, retrospectives, and updates. This week, we spoke with the founder of the Retro.HK retrogaming convention, we checked out the latest news (Super Mario Run, Kraut […]

Lupo Alberto Atari ST Forgotten Title Released

It is not every day that I get to write about a new game being released, well it happens often but not THAT often.  Then add up the fact that we see only a few forgotten titles finally released and it becomes even rarer.  Lupo Albtero is one such title for the Atari ST.  A […]

R-Type Deluxe In Development for Atari ST, Trumps Original

The Atari ST, and Commodore Amiga, was quite the arcade to home gaming computer, even though it was trumped by the IBM platform.  The 16-Bit computer was capable enough to provide quality ports of popular arcade titles such as R-Type.  Now homebrew developers are working on improving on the official port that we received so […]

Sega’s Answer to Tetris, Columns, Hit Sega Genesis 25 Years Ago – Today in History – June 29th, 1990

Back in the early 16-bit era Sega was in a bit of a pickle as far as offering a well-rounded game library.  If you were a sports or arcade game fan then, yeah, Sega had you covered with quite a few titles that the Nintendo Entertainment System (NES) simply could not do properly (though in […]

Revenge of the License – Flight of the Intruder

Flight of the Intruder is an interesting entry in this series. Not for being a licensed title, but rather for the story of how and when it came to be released. In the early days of video game licenses, developers generally took one of two tactics: wait and see if the film/novel became a hit […]

Black Lamp Comes to the Atari Jaguar Thanks to Homebrew Developer

Black Lamp is an action platform title that was released on the Atari ST, Commodore Amiga, Commodore 64 and ZX Spectrum computers back in the late 80’s.  The story of Black Lamp will sound familiar to anyone that has watched many fantasy movies, or played The Horde (a more recent adventure title).  Black Lamp is […]

Bandit Gaming- Barbarian Coming to the Atari Jaguar

During the period between 2014 and 2016 there will be 50 new Atari Jaguar titles available.  That is a lot games, no matter how you slice it.  There were only 82 games for the Atari Jaguar released.  That is counting CD-ROM and cartridge releases.  That is not many at all.  In a three year period […]


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