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Switchblade Comes to Atari Jaguar

Raise your hand if you remember Switchblade. For me, I remember an Atari Lynx game using this name maybe with a “II” after it other than that, this is a new game to me. I understand that this was originally a Commodore Amiga game which is a shame because the only Commodore computer I gamed […]

Ultimate Mortal Kombat 3 Hack Restores Arcade Features on Sega Genesis

The Sega Genesis was always the “second run” console when it came to ports from other platforms.  This happened nearly all the time throughout the life of Sega’s 16-Bit console.  One time in the history of the console, Sega did come out ahead concerning a port.  That was Mortal Kombat and only because Nintendo heavily […]

Preview – Pinball Dreams for Amstrad CPC

Over 24 years ago, March 1992, Pinball Dreams was released by 21st Century Entertainment on the 16-bit Amiga home computer, receiving high praise and critical acclaim from magazine reviews across Europe. In almost every magazine, the overall ratings for Pinball Dreams were around 80% or higher. The Swedish magazine, Datormagazin (cover dated March 1992), awarded […]

Defender of the Crown Coming to Mattel Intellivision

Recently we covered the sale of Cinemaware, the owners of the Defender of the Crown games, to Starbreeze.  Well, in the comments of that article we were alerted to a legal port of Defender of the Crown to the Mattel Intellivision.  Once I heard this, I knew I had to bring forward an article covering […]

Bandit Gaming: Mortal Kombat for the Atari 2600 Work in Progress

In the early 1990’s we saw the release of Street Fighter II a title that changed arcades till their last days.  Midway couldn’t stand idly by so they released a one on one fighting game that took things a few steps farther.  While Street Fighter II was a cartoon style game like most arcade games […]

Bandit Gaming- Microsoft Windows 95 is Being Ported to the Nintendo 3DS

When Microsoft released Windows 95 it heralded in the easier to use computer age.  Prior to Windows 95 there had been plenty of attempts to give the Microsoft Disk Operating System (MS-DOS) a graphical user interface (GUI).  All of those attempts were failures on many levels- most of which was actually getting a significant number […]

Alex Kidd Unofficial Port for Texas Instruments TI-99/4A Computer Updated

A new version of Alex Kidd for the Texas Instruments TI-99/4A computer has been posted.  You may be thinking, wait a minute, Sega never released Alex Kidd on the Texas Instruments TI-99/4A.  You are right.  They didn’t.  This port is an unofficial one by a really dedicated fan that wanted to play the game on […]

New Version of Mario Bros Coming to Atari 2600, Already Obliterates Official Version

Man, the guys over on the Atari Age forums sure do keep themselves busy with creating new and improved versions of classic games.  Specifically classics on the Atari 2600 that didn’t exactly receive a stellar port in the first place.  Previously I looked at another improved port in the form of Pac-Man 8K Edition, also […]

Atari 2600 Q*Bert Improved to be More like Arcade Version

The Atari 2600 sure did try to be the arcade in your home, and for a while it was.  The problem is, as time went on things improved in the arcade such as the hardware and challenge provided to the gamer.  Gamers wanted more challenge, more colors, more sounds and the poor Atari 2600 just […]

Alex Kidd is coming to the TI-99/4A Computer Thanks to Homebrew Developer

The classic, and completely forgotten by Sega, game Alex Kidd is being ported to the Texas Instruments 99/4A computer.  This is not an official port but one by a homebrew developer who just happens to be a huge Alex Kidd fanatic.  Some things were sacrificed for this port, which is to be expected as the […]


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