Earlier this year it was announced that Cyber Gadget would be releasing a feature packed alternative to Hyperkin’s RetroN5 console. Set to offer support for eleven different systems of yesteryear, those who are yet to own an all-in-one console need look no further than the Retro Freak.
At some point within your gaming life you will have played at least one of the standout titles created by the Oliver Twins. The bedroom coding duo first started out with Super Robin Hood on the ZX Spectrum, shortly before cementing their name into the gaming world with the Dizzy series. Both Philip and Andrew […]
Say what you will about the Nintendo Virtual Boy, but you cannot deny how dedicated the fans are to their fabled system. With just over twenty unique games released for the primitive 3D console, each and every single Japanese exclusive release has now been fan translated into English – with Virtual Fishing being the final […]
Nearly three decades on since the Master System graced the gaming world, and new titles are still arriving on Sega’s early console. Spanish homebrew developers The Mojon Twins are back with yet another free release – this time a port of a ZX Spectrum game from 2005 known as Moggy.
I have read so many articles and viewed a whole load of YouTube videos on “Finds, Rants and Tips” on retro game hunting in the wild i.e. car boot sales and charity shops (flea markets and thrift stores for any American readers), that I thought maybe I should share my experience of this matter, as […]
If you remember being blown away by the amazing animated footage of Dragon’s Lair back in the Eighties, you might well love this news: Don Bluth wants to make an animated Dragon’s Lair movie, and he’s brought the project to Kickstarter. The goal is to raise $550,000 to produce a short feature which can be […]
Sonic Lost World is right around the corner for those that don’t own a Wii U – trusting of course that they do have a PC and a Steam account – and it seems that SEGA is pulling off at least one official community event this year after all. Summer of Sonic it ain’t, but SEGA […]
With the 2015 iteration of the Sonic Hacking Contest now in the rear view mirror, those who missed the chance to enter can instead opt to enter the Sonic Amateur Games Expo. Billed as a platform for amateur game developers to showcase their projects, the event offers an open invitation for anyone developing a game […]