Believe it or not, but there’s a rather active community demaking famous video games for the most unlikely of devices. After having brought a scaled down version of Pokemon to the TI-83/84 range of calculators, this talented developer is back with none other than Super Smash Bros for the number crunching devices.
Earlier this week a Kickstarter project reached its target funding to provide Mega Drive and Super Nintendo consoles with HDMI cables. But where does this leave the old consoles such as the Nintendo NES? Well it would appear that 8-bit gamer’s dreams have finally been answered thanks to Game-Tech’s newly announced NESHD modification.
Dear Friends: I just went thru my amiga disks, and found the complete code and all files for my ‘wizard of the orb’ game (wiz.lha in aminet). The game was never finished before, so I made it into a demo with ‘one’ level and one quest. I was gonna make a sequel from scratch, but […]
What is a Turbo Everdrive? The Turbo Everdrive is a printed circuit board flash drive made by Krikzz (krikzz.com) for the NEC TurboGrafx and PC Engine consoles. Krikzz, a manufacturer from Ukraine, are already famous for their amazing array of flash carts available for almost every major console ever produced. These flash carts allow the […]
The RetroN 5, is everything a RetroCollectee would want. One machine to rule them all, able to play 9 systems out of the box. It didn’t matter if your collection was filled with Japanese Famicom, NES, SNES, GameBoy, Game Boy Color, GBA, Mega Drive or Genesis games, the RetroN 5 could play them all – […]
Late last year the classic gaming book publisher Read-Only Memory launched a Kickstarter to help fund a historic look at Sega’s 16-bit days. The Sega Mega Drive/Genesis: Collected Works was a huge hit on the crowd-funding platform, raising well over triple their initial target. Fast forward to today and this celebration of the Mega Drive […]