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Ghost for MSX Computer

MSX Receives Ghost, a 2D Side Scrolling Action Adventure, Beta

The MSX gaming computer never made a significant impact in North America but over in Japan, it had quite a following. Enough support that Microsoft released a follow up computer called the MSX2, and a few other variations. Interesting that the MSX ran an extended version of Microsoft BASIC and yet still, developers were able […]

Space Cactus Canyon Atari 2600

Space Cactus Canyon Enters Beta on Atari 2600

Life as a cactus is not exactly a life of action. You pretty much stand there in all the heat all day and soak up what little water you can. That is a normal cactus. The last cactus on Earth, who just happens to be the star of Space Cactus Canyon on the Atari 2600, […]

Haunted Halloween 86 NES

Haunted Halloween 85 and 86, Horror Homebrew Games for NES

It is not all that often that I get to cover something really cool. I know, a lot of you have already gotten, beaten, and probably shelved Haunted Halloween 85 but what about Haunted Halloween 86? This article is more for the people new to homebrew/independent development of games, those that are old hats in […]

Interview – Jasmine Greene of Luminosity Mobile

Seeing new games pop up on Kickstarter is nothing new.  It seems like every day we get a handful of potentially awesome games to browse through.  All have one thing in common – that particular game is the next best thing.  Most are not able to even come close to that lofty goal.  That is […]

Kickstarter – Painter’s Apprentice 2D Side Scrolling Action with Paint

The top Master Painter of the village has held you under their brush for three years.  Guiding you, teaching you and enlightening you to the fantastic world of painting.  Being the best pupil you can be has been a task some days and with that in mind, you come to notice one of the Master […]

Bandit Gaming – Aventura Updates Classic Adventure for Sega Genesis

The classic Adventure on the Atari 2600 was one of those games that you either loved or hated.  For many they loved it.  It was so different from what was available for the Atari, or any console, back then.  For me, I was too young to enjoy it early on so I was not aware […]

bomb-on-basic-city-review

BOMB on BASIC City Review

Besides making Atari 2600 and Genesis games I also collect new titles. Bomb on BASIC City was a special treat as it was actually made in BASIC. The game cut scenes allude to a rivalry between C programmers and BASIC coders which is sometimes true. Those who “graduate” to assembly and C often forget quality […]

Bandit Gaming – Gradius Sees ColecoVision Release by AtariAge

Gradius is one of the iconic side scrolling shooting games that Konami kind of dropped the ball on repeatedly over the years.  Sure, there were over 15 releases in the series across many platforms but the last, swan song if you will, released in 2011 was a pachislot game.  What a shame, Konami.  What a […]

Sega Genesis Receives Space Rush 3 Update, Work in Progress Independent Homebrew 2D Run and Gun

The Sega Genesis is one of those consoles that was built with pretty much off the shelf parts.  At least early on (before Sega revised the hardware a bit) there was no real copy protection.  When released over 20 years ago, it was just too expensive to get into independent development for the Genesis (those […]

Nintendo Ends Fun for 600+ Indie Fan Games and Fans

Nintendo has been on a rampage against their fans lately.  Awhile back they took on the Youtube crowd by blocking ad revenue sharing on Nintendo owned games being played.  Then more recently they took down Project AM2R and the Pokemon game and the Nintendo Power issues on Archive.org just to name a few things.  Now, […]


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