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Half-Life Ported to Android Wear Watches, Not Sure Why

Android Wear and the like are becoming “all the rage” around the tech world, Apple is in on it, Microsoft is in on it, Google and their partners are in on it, everyone is getting in on smaller wearable screens.  These things have small screens, so small that for the most part you are only […]

New SD Card Interface for Commodore Amiga Work in Progress

It is growing trend to see SD card adapters for classic retrogaming hardware such as the Sega Saturn and the original Playstation (or Playstation One, just for fun).  Soon we will be able to add the Commodore Amiga to this list of classic retro gaming hardware that has an SD card adapter available.  Right now […]

The Vectrex Goes to Hell with Doom Port

Doom, a title released in 1993, was never intended to be playable on something like the Vectrex but thanks to homebrew developers, it is.  This is what happens homebrew developers decide they want to see if something is possible.  The demo shown off doesn’t have enemies implemented yet and the graphics are, obviously, low quality […]

Bad Apple Ported to the Vectrex, Something that Should Technically not be Possible

Bad Apple is not a game of any kind, instead it is a music video based on a level from the fourth Touhou series of games called Lotus Land Story.  In 1998, Lotus Land Story was released for the PC-98, a Japanese gaming computer that was quite popular and home to many interesting, many Japanese […]

1983 Game, Labyrinth of Crete, Fixed by Fans in 2015

When you discuss game hacks most people will think of that one time that they played a hack of Super Mario Bros that had Sonic instead of Mario.  Or they will think of gamers playing illegally obtained copies on a ton of different hardware (Nintendo games on Sony – which almost happened – for instance).  […]

Fans to Port Minecraft to Amstrad CPC, With Your Help

Minecraft, the little block breaking/building game that Microsoft decided was worth quite a bit of money is getting an, obviously, unofficial port to the Amstrad CPC.  This is not endorsed by Microsoft, and likely to be shut down once they find out about it, so don’t go bugging them to find out the release date.  […]

Saboteur 2 Gets Upgraded to 128k on ZX Spectrum Gaming Computer

Back in the day games had very limited graphics and sound capabilities.  Developers had to work to get gamers drawn into the game world they created.  Work hard.  Take a game like Saboteur 2, in its original form it was a good game but could have been better.  Of the many platforms Saboteur 2 hit […]

Five Commodore 64 Homebrew Games That Rock

The Commodore 64 was a gaming computer from the 80’s that just wouldn’t quit.  Initially not intended to be a gaming computer, the fans simply made it one through the openness it offered.  Commodore was not one to shy away from this series of events, though they did continue on their original plan for it […]

SNES CD-ROM Prototype Found, Potentially Fake Creation – Edit Now with Video

Right now, there is a lot of hoopla going on about the recently made public discovery of an SNES CD-ROM prototype that carries the Sony logo.  What is interesting about this news is that there, at one time in history, was to be a Super Nintendo CD-ROM system that Sony was indeed working on.  It […]

Work on FPGA based Commodore 65 Continues, Early 2016 Release on Schedule

The Commodore 65 was to be a major hardware upgrade to the venerable Commodore 64.  Scheduled to be called the C64DX/C65 and set for an early 90’s launch, Commodore pulled the plug rather abruptly and shelved the unit due to unforeseen rising manufacturing costs and probably due to their own success.  During the period that […]


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