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Stranger Things Adventure Game Released by Fans

Stranger Things, a popular mini-series on Netflix, took the world by storm via nearly 100% word of mouth advertising.  This show was set in the style of the early 1980’s.  Boy did it capture the mood of that time period.  From how the actors dressed to how they talked and the environment they displayed it […]

Clock Tower Lops Limbs Off Playstation Owners – Today in Retro Gaming – October 1st, 1997

When you think of horror games on the original Playstation console, what do you think of?  Maybe you only know Capcom’s Resident Evil in this genre.  Maybe you go a little less mainstream and remember something called Clock Tower by our friends at ASCII Entertainment?  While this is technically the second Clock Tower game, the […]

Save the Kingdom of Daventry in King’s Quest – Today in History – May 10th, 1984

The original King’s Quest was quite a game.  For the time it was amazing, it still is in many respects.  King’s Quest was a marvel for the period and something that was just not seen on computers.  Up to the release of this harbinger of things to come title by Sierra Entertainment (later to become […]

5 New Games Prove the Commodore 64 is Not Dead

The Commodore 64 was officially released in 1982, actually turning 33 years old just last month, and still has new games coming out for it.  Talk about dependable.  Even Commodore themselves kept the computer alive for nearly 12 years before calling in the horses on this one.  That is quite a long time for a […]

New Game: Inherit the Earth Released for the Commodore Amiga CD32

While we have covered Amiga CD32 releases over the last year or two, recently they have kind of slowed down.  This happens though, as one area slows (such as the Amiga CD32) another picks up (such as the Atari Jaguar and NES areas).  That does not mean that there are no releases whatsoever for the […]

New Game: Highway Tears Brings Law and Order Style Referencing of Real Events to Adventure Gaming

Everyone knows that Law and Order, nearly all of the spin-offs and the original, feature storylines that heavily reference real world events. Names and other details are changed and sometimes facts from multiple stories are mixed into one episode to keep the show interesting. Highway of Tears is a game that is aiming to do […]

New Game: The Samaritan Paradox for Windows

New adventure games are a rare event today. This once great genre has fallen to the wayside of gaming, at least with the major game publishers. This delegation to the back burner by the “big boys” has opened the door for indie developers to shine. Take the Samaritan Paradox for Windows for example, this game […]


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