In 1983 Tim Martin created an iconic video game for Atari's range of 8-bit computers known as Spelunker. Not too long after, the cave-crawling platformer soon found its way on to countless other computers and consoles, shortly before becoming a memorable adventure for all the right reasons. As of today, your memories with Spelunker can be awoken as [ … ]
Now joining Sonic The Hedgehog and Sonic CD on touchscreen devices is the highly rated speedy Mega Drive sequel, Sonic The Hedgehog 2. Unlike the prior iOS release of the 1992 classic, this updated port of Sonic 2 is built from the ground up by Christian Whitehead - a 60fps emulation-free offering of our favourite blue hedgehog's antics.
When somebody brings up the subject of 16-bit platformers, Sonic, Mario, Superfrog and Bubsy are often amongst the first which come to mind, but what about that slightly revolting one left behind in 1994? Funnily enough - just in time for his 20th birthday - it looks like Boogerman is set to make a snotty comeback via Kickstarter's crowd funding pl [ … ]
Collector's Edition Of Upcoming Putty Squad Remake To Include Long Lost Amiga Version On Floppy Disk
Earlier this year System 3 announced that they would be releasing a remake of their classic Super Nintendo title Putty Squad on modern platforms. With the release date drawing near, it has just been revealed that the collector's edition of the game is due to feature something special - the original unreleased Amiga version on floppy disk.
Despite plenty of anticipation and excitement surrounding the upcoming revival of James Pond, the team behind the aquatic hero's Kickstarter project have decided to pull the plug early. With a lack of funding behind the project and the clock ticking, Gameware had plenty to say in a honest update to the retro gaming community.
If you missed out on securing the Sega Mega Drive version of Pier Solar, there's always the Nintendo Wii U and Sega Dreamcast versions to look forward to. After successfully raising enough funds via Kickstarter to build upon their 16-bit foundations, Watermelon have been hard at work updating their RPG and have since released a trailer.
Originally released back in 2001 in the arcades, Ikaruga has since become a cult classic after being ported to the Sega Dreamcast and Nintendo GameCube. As of recent Treasure have brought the scrolling shooter over to touchscreen devices and are now looking towards Steam Greenlight to gift PC gamers this fantastic title.
Instead of settling for realistic American football simulators in the nineties, many will recall picking up the abstract and gruesome take on the sport known as Mutant Football League. The creator behind this EA published Mega Drive / Genesis title, Michael Mendheim, is now hoping to call upon fans of the series to help fund a long-over due follow- [ … ]