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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 […]

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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 […]

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Capcom Bringing Four Arcade Classics to Mobile

Retro gaming fans must be understanding. Sometimes companies get things right when porting older games to newer platforms. Sometimes they royally screw up the conversion. Sadly, this is the case with Capcom’s most recent attempts at porting a classic franchise to mobile. Recently Capcom re-released Mega Man one through six on Android and well, to […]

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Super Mario Run Planned Release Date for iOS

Nintendo announced back in September that Mario would be making his debut on Apple’s iOS platform and now we know when that will happen: Super Mario Run will debut on iOS on December 15, 2016. Super Mario Run is a side-scrolling platform game much in the same mold as the classic Mario plaformers. However, here, […]

Creatures such as we: a portal back to retro gaming.

Hey guys! How are you all? I hope you are doing great. For today, I bring you a review about one great text-based game for iOS and Android: Creatures such as we.

Neo Geo Golf Game Neo Turf Masters Released on Android and iTunes

Anyone that has been around gaming for a few decades probably remembers the Neo Geo.  Hell, those that are newer to gaming probably have heard about the console that cost as much as a used Chevy Cavalier and games were more than a new set of Michelin tires.  SNK was pretty upfront about the situation […]

Review- Ninja Savior Brings Mobile Jumping Game to MSX Computer

There is a trend in homebrew development that involves taking modern ideas and making games for classic platforms.  We have seen this most prominently with Bejeweled style games being released on Game Boy Advance and other platforms.  With Ninja Savior we see another mobile game style being released for a classic platform.  The MSX computer […]

Arduboy Brings Learning and Games Together Once Again, Not Edutainment- Pre Orders Now Open

Anyone that remembers the early days of video gaming will probably remember the countless attempts by publishers to create a new genre called “edutainment”.  The idea is nearly as old as gaming itself with early titles focusing on math on Atari 2600 but then we got spelling and more on the Nintendo Entertainment System years […]

Babel Games’ Blind Edge Looks to Indiegogo to Redefine Hack and Slash, RPG Gaming

Venezuelan-based Babel Games has launched a campaign on Indiegogo to help fund its Blind Edge project, a fast-paced, side-scrolling hack and slash game with character development options reminiscent of role playing games for PC and mobile platforms. According to the project’s Indiegogo page, Blind Edge will be remind players of such classics as Castlevania, Megaman […]

WildSnake for Sega Game Gear Found and Digitally Preserved

Being a fan of retrogaming sometimes has its better than average benefits.  For instance, it has recently been announced that a prototype for WildSnake on the Sega Game Gear has been found and has been digitally preserved by the team over at SMS Power.  Up till now, WildSnake was an unreleased game on the Sega […]


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