In 1993 Tecmo released a follow up to their popular puzzle-em-up Solomon’s Key on the Nintendo NES (also known as Fire ‘n Ice in North America). Although the game remained a console exclusive, Amiga fans have finally brought the title over to the home computer in a brand new unofficial port.
Is this the Official Scandoubler made by Commodore International, Amiga Technologies or by a modern company? Saw this on eBay and thought this looked fascinating. :p http://www.ebay.com/itm/Amiga-Scando…-/261733979559
Just moments before the Dreamcast arrived, Sega were due to release a revised model of their 32-bit hardware which incorporated the NetLink port for online gaming. Known as the Pluto, this updated take on the Saturn sported an all new look, however, it was one which remained unseen for many years. While what was due […]
currently £3.20 on Xbox gold
Name: Adam Lagowski Location: Warsaw, Poland Favourite Game: equally Myst and Monty Python’s The Meaning of Life Favourite System: PC – Windows Hello! My name is Adam and retro-gaming is one of my greatest loves and passions. Despite loving simplicity of gameplay and graphics of games from arcades, 8 and 16-bit era, CD-ROM gaming is […]
Just before Christmas the Play Blackpool tickets have gone on sale. Last year, as well as the wildly successful Play Expo, Replay Events returned to their spiritual home of the Norbreck Castle in Blackpool for the two day event, this upcoming May. Play Blackpool 2014 Last year saw a range of sections all dedicated to classic and […]
In 1980 one arcade game ruled supreme and that game was Pac-Man. Created by Toru Iwatani, it delivered a pleasing alternative to all the arcade games that focused on killing aliens and other monsters and required you to have a keen eye and great reflexes to escape the ghosts that continually pursued you. It helped […]
I am looking for a full version of Total Chaos AGA. Many links I’ve found on the internet are either these turn limit demos or the links don’t work at all. The one on Aminet is also only a 20turn limit demo requesting to email Chaos Lord for the full version, except it’s been weeks […]
From Donkey Kong Country inspired Game Boy Advance handhelds to Nintendo NES consoles crammed into classic toys, a large majority of the desirable items in the retro gaming world today are handmade creations. Yet another addition into this one-of-a-kind collection is the Commodore Amiga Suitcase, the ultimate solution to gaming on the go.