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We’re All Doing Classic Gaming Wrong

As I’m winding up to start my own indie game development studio I’ve come to realize just how warped the “retro” genre is.  Many “me too” mobile developers seem to think oversimplification equals retro.  Many retro gamers never get beyond the brands and games of their youth.

The Mad Wizard- A Candelabra Chronicle Announced

New Game: The Mad Wizard- A Candelabra Chronicle Announced

The Nintendo Entertainment system is continuing to prove it is quite the workhorse of gaming consoles. There are many homebrew/independent releases available and many more coming. One such title that is on the way is The Mad Wizard: A Candelabra Chronicle which pulls inspiration from titles such as Solomon’s Key and other classic NES titles.

New Game: Momodora III Now Available

If you have played Cave Story and enjoyed it, you should check out Momodora III. To say this game is a Metroidvania style game would be a minomer for the genre that this game belongs to. Momodora III does feature sprawling levels, melee combat and a gripping storyline which will keep you interested in finding […]

Unreleased: Overstorm for the Game Boy Advance Found

Usually when an unreleased game is found, one of a couple of things occur. Most often it is found by a preservation team that has acquired it and plans on releasing it. Sometimes it is just a video of a title and that is all anyone knows. Then, more rarely, the original developers find an […]

Hack Slash Loot Coming to the Atari Lynx

The Atari Lynx was one of the systems to die at the feet of the venerable Nintendo Game Boy (as chronicled here). The Lynx was released during a time that Atari was coming off the slow demise of the Atari 7800 (another system they handled extremely badly). This should have left Atari open to focus […]


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