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5 New Sega Master System Games

The Sega Master System is not a console we are unfamiliar with here at Retro Gaming Magazine.  While most of the current staff probably discovered it years after release, which has not stopped us from enjoying what we have found on it.  The last time I did a list if new Sega Master System games […]

3D City, Rails Based Shooter, for Sega Master System Work in Progress

3D City is a work in progress shooter for the Sega Master System.  Anyone that has played a lot of retro games in their time will recognize the style as a rails, or forced scrolling, shooter.  The basic game play is simple, shoot the incoming ships before they reach you.  Miss four of them and […]

Swabby Homebrew Independent Sega Game Gear Shooter Released

Scrolling shooters.  You are probably tired of me bringing up that the heyday of this genre being long gone.  That is fine.  It seems to be working.  We are seeing more scrolling shooting games pop up from the independent developer world.  That makes me happy.  I mean, I still for the most part suck at […]

5 New Sega Master System Games

The Sega Master System did not fare all that well in the United States.  Partly to being mishandled by Sega and partly due to restrictive licensee agreements Nintendo enforced.  Take your pick.  While the Master System did flourish in other countries, in North America it just couldn’t gain much of a foothold.  In the United […]

Flip Flap Brings Flappy Bird to the Sega Master System, Does Anyone Care?

Ah, another Flappy Bird clone- bet you thought this fad had died off by now right?  Nope.  There are still platforms that this, more annoying than fun, game has not hit and we now scratch one off.  The Sega Master System is now the latest home to Flappy Bird via the comically named, Flip Flap.  […]

Another Tetris Clone Comes to the Sega Master System, Unofficially of Course as Bloki

It is a well-known story that Sega had put their hat in the ring to get Tetris for their console, the Sega Genesis, back in the late 80’s.  It didn’t pan out as they apparently licensed it from the wrong company (whom had the rights to the computer version but not the console version) and […]


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