It’s been 19 years since Team 17′s most famous series hit the shelves, and the irreconcilable invertebrates have been bombing the hell out of one another the whole time. It all started with Andy Davidson’s entry into an Amiga Format coding competition, titled Total Wormage, and though he didn’t win the game impressed Team 17 […]
If you’ve ever owned a PC then chances are you’ve heard of The Sims. Created by Will Wright, it placed you in charge of a virtual avatar who could go to work, take showers, watch TV and participate in all sorts of mundance activities. It became a huge success for Maxis and EA, going on […]
Author: merlinfunk The first wave of Super Nintendo games to hit shelves held some giants whose gameplay, sound, and graphics raised the bar for all titles to follow. The Legend of the Mystical Ninja was just such a game: its 1992 release was the first of many confirmations for Nintendo’s … Continue reading
Just a heads-up this evening, as I discovered that a pack with brand new maps and characters had been released for the Doom-clone Gloom Deluxe! Very cool! Looking forward to try it out on my A1200. More info here: http://oldschoolgameblog.com/2014/11…-deluxe-amiga/ The pack is on Aminet and was uploaded a few days ago.
It’s likely as a retro gaming fan you have at some point played a Konami game. If, like me, you were also a fan of using cheats, then there is/was a famous cheat common to a wide range of Konami games – one which has since become famous for its long-running use. But what about those […]
As of recent there’s been a rather significant breakthrough in the retro gaming world. Similar to flash cartridges, console hackers have somehow found a way to trick disc based systems into running games from SD card. With the ability to now store and play a large library of game images from removable media, are the […]