Mega Man 2.5D is a fan creation of love from Peter Sjöstrand (exclusive interview in issue one of Retro Gaming Magazine). Now the Beta 2.0 update is available featuring additional levels and a look at more of the inner workings of the engine.
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Flappy Bird may have been pulled from the various app stores out there but that has not stopped the clones from appearing. So far, the Atari 2600 has received a clone and now, the Vectrex has received a Flappy Bird clone called Veccy Bird.
This is a series that has long been misbegotten in the United States, there are several games that have not seen release here. The game that is the focus of this article is the digital comic that hit the PC-Engine (Turbo Grafx-16 in North America). Gamers familiar with Snatcher on the Sega CD will have […]
It is a long running debate in the retro community over digital only releases. Some are for it, some are against it. The concern of not having a physical cartridge, CD or whatever to hold that contains the data is eased a bit by these games going on sale regularly. That is the other main […]
While Sunman was never officially released, it did see release through the popular, prototype releasing, The Lost Levels website. Originally created by Sunsoft for the Nintendo Entertainment System, Sunsoft had to change the game around moderately due to losing the Superman license prior to release. Thanks to hackers, we can now play the game as […]
Usually when an unreleased game is found, one of a couple of things occur. Most often it is found by a preservation team that has acquired it and plans on releasing it. Sometimes it is just a video of a title and that is all anyone knows. Then, more rarely, the original developers find an […]
Super Mario World is probably the reason many people purchased a Super Nintendo on day one, or within the first few months when other titles were simply not available. As we have seen over the years, the fan community can be quite inguinitive when it comes to working with the ROM files of these classics. […]
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