Hello! I’m trying to find an old but good-looking (or so I thought) chessgame that I had on my a4k many years ago. It was systemfriendly and it wasn’t AmiChess. Anyone?
This post is written by Jake Parr. Cameltry is an entertaining game with a terrible name. Released for the arcades in 1989 by Taito (and eventually finding its way to the Super Nintendo Entertainment System in 1992 with a slightly better name ‘On The Ball’), Cameltry combines racing marbles with the power to rotate the stage you must […]
If you’re of the opinion that the golden age of PC gaming lies in they days before everything went through Windows, you’re in luck. Archive.org has uploaded over 2,300 DOS games, all of which are freely playable through your browser via an online implementation of the DOS emulator DOSBox. The selection of games available includes […]
Just a few weeks ago the RetroCollect FM co-hosts sat down with Mr Biffo, one of the legends behind the TV-based British gaming magazine, Digitiser. Although hiding behind his alias, Paul Rose has been anything but shy in reviving the Digitiser name through his newly launched project Digitiser 2000. With countless fans of the now […]
Remember the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles Party Wagon toy which was remodelled to contain a Nintendo NES? Well it appears that yet another vintage vehicle from our childhood has been upgraded to also feature an on-board 8-bit console. The Ghostbusters ECTO-1 Nintendo NES is exactly what it sounds like, a custom cased console on four […]