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Dossun! Ganseki Battle Super Nintendo Fan Translation – Not Released in America

Dossun! Danseki Battle brings the classic Columns style of puzzle action to the fantasy realm complete with one on one character based battles. Unreleased in North America left fans to translate it for English speaking gamers. Is it worth it? Find out.

Tex Turbo Brings Dr Mario Style Gameplay to Texas Instruments Computer

The Texas Instruments 99/4A computer is not known or being a gaming beast but that is quickly changing.  Sure, Tex Turbo is not going to make you think that but there are plenty of awesome games that will such as the Alex Kidd homage.  Tex Turf though is a puzzle game that is VERY reminiscent […]

5 New Pico 8 Games To Show Off

The Pico 8 is a new portable gaming device that allows you to program games directly on it.  You can also modify games that you have downloaded- on the fly.  If you are not happy with a certain enemy that is constantly blocking your progress, simply delete them from the level.  Can’t quite make that […]

Tetris Attack Forgets Namesake Puzzler on Super Nintendo – Today in Retro Gaming – August 4th, 1996

Tetris Attack was an awesome game.  Too bad it had to rip off the Tetris name as that probably should have been saved for a true puzzle game in the series.  What we got in Tetris Attack was a Nintendo-ized puzzle game that was pretty much all new for the North American market.  You might […]

Nintendo Game Boy Takes Over Portable Gaming – Today in History – July 31st, 1989

Where were you on July 31st, 1989?  I was in middle school – technically summer break between grades but you get the idea.  I wanted a Nintendo Game Boy bad and I knew it was going to be hot at school the following year.  It was.  I remember the “cool kids” having the Game Boy […]

Tetris Blitz 2016 Edition Released onto Android

Okay who doesn’t know about Tetris by now?  For the few that do not know, Tetris is a falling block game from the 80’s.  Various companies from Nintendo to, now, EA have kept the brand alive and well on many different platforms.  Android and iPhone are just a couple of the newer platforms.  Recently, Electronic […]

Elektronite Continues Work Bringing Tetris to Mattel Intellivision

Tetris is the title that probably single handedly handed Nintendo the portable market in the late 80’s.  This was accomplished via some shrewd business maneuvering with the right people on both sides of the table.  It was also the pack-in title (remember those?) for the newly released Nintendo Game Boy.  This single move is what […]

Kirby’s Avalanche Brings Puyo Puyo Puzzle Adventure to North American SNES Fans – Today in History – April 25th, 1995

The Super Nintendo was, for many, the best console ever.  Sure, that is a lofty statement and one that is VERY subjective based on the person making it.  The fact remains though, for a large group of gamers, both old school and new, the Super Nintendo holds up quite well.  One of the titles that […]

5 More New Sega Genesis Games

It is a proven fact that I am a big fan of the Sega Genesis. It is an amazing console, one that homebrew developers are still making sing with new titles. This is my second “collection” article for the Sega Genesis and the latest in a continuing line of articles of new games for it. […]

Sega Dreamcast Receives New Puzzle Game- Fruit’Y, not a Bejeweled Clone

Okay, I like Match 3 games more than most gamers out there- my phone has at least two installed at any given time.  There is a point though that we reach (well, reached years ago) where innovation is stifled and EVERYONE jumps on the latest bandwagon that worked for someone else.  I can safely say […]


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