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New Game- MS. Pac-Man Ported to Intellivision

Pac-Man had to go solo, single, on the Mattel Intellivision since his wife, Ms. Pac-Man was unable to make the jump.  That has not stopped homebrew developers from helping out the Misses.  Carl Mueller Jr has taken up the reigns of porting Ms. Pac-Man over and, well, check out the video after the jump to […]

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New Game: Alice’s Mom’s Rescue Coming to Sega Dreamcast

The Sega Dreamcast is a system that, for most retro gaming fans, should not have been discontinued so quickly.  This is proven again and again every time a new game comes out for Sega’s final console- we are going on nearly a decade and a half since Sega pulled the plug.  HuCast Games is one […]

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Game Hack: Sega Genesis Shadow of the Beast Colors Corrected to Match Commodore Amiga Version

The Sega Genesis was the recipient of a ton of Commodore Amiga ports throughout its life, especially in the first couple of years.  This was facilitated by the fact that the two machines shared A LOT in common with each other under the hood.  Electronic Arts was one of the bigger companies to port many […]

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Source Code for Doom 3DO Released

Doom was THE first person shooter for a long time, even after Quake was released Doom was still holding its own with gamers.  Doom hit many platforms from the PC where it originated to less powerful consoles such as the Super Nintendo and even the Sega Saturn.  The Playstation versions were pretty darn good and […]

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Gauntlet Trudges onto the Nintendo Entertainment System: December 1st, 1985

Tengen was one of those companies that weren’t afraid to go their own route in life, even if that meant going against the Big N and their, seemingly monopolistic, control of the gaming scene in the 80’s.  Gauntlet was one of those titles that every gamer worth their salt knew about, it was big in […]

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New Game: Flappy Bird Ported to Super Grafx

It is getting to the point where Flappy Bird, or clones of it, have nearly reached every conceivable platform that it can hit.  Now, we can scratch off an unlikely candidate in the NEC Super Grafx (what is left though?).  This version of Flappy Bird does offer some unique additions to the tired, and infuriating, […]

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Bandit Gaming: Donkey Kong Jr Ported to the Commodore 64

That old adage, what is old is new again, is certainly true in the homebrew scene as old gaming properties are constantly seeing new light on platforms they may have missed from official channels.  We have seen Mario jump to the Sega Genesis, unofficial sequels to The Lion King, Link from The Legend of Zelda […]

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Bandit Gaming: Bubble Bobble in Development for PC-Engine/Turbo Grafx-16

Bubble Bobble, the classic Taito arcade title is being ported to the PC-Engine/Turbo Grafx-16 by Retrotaku. Fans may remember Bubbble Bobble in one of its many forms on various platforms starting with the 1986 arcade title release. Taito has been prudent about keeping Bubble Bobble available for platforms as they become popular over the years, […]

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Bandit Gaming: Donkey Kong Country Recreated Using Doom Engine

The headline is not misleading in any way. A modder by the name of “DooMero” has used the Doom engine, specifically the GZDooM hack, to recreate Donkey Kong Country in a 2.5D side scrolling platformer. The results are quite interesting to say the least. Like this:Like Loading…

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Game Hack- Double Dragon for Atari 2600 Fixed Somewhat

Okay, how many of you reading this knew that Double Dragon had hit the Atari 2600 of all consoles? Many people still don’t know that Activision has actually attempted this feat, and the developer has accomplished it in 1989- years after the 2600 was already superceded by two new generations of Atari hardware! Check the video […]


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