It's safe to say that the British software house Sensible Software has touched each and every one of our retro gaming hearts. Whether you were shooting from the halfway line on Sensible Soccer, commanding your army in Cannon Fodder, or simply losing your mind in Wizball, take a look at this all new Sensible Software history book on Kickstarter.
Read-Only Memory is an all new publishing company set up to create high-quality video game releases, such as the upcoming Sensible Software 1986 - 1999. Their debut book is due to detail the colourful past of Sensible Software's rise on the Commodore 64 (with Parallax, Microprose Soccer and Wizball) to their almighty and untouchable reign on the Commodore Amiga.
Sensible Software 1986 - 1999 is also set to feature exclusive interviews from veterans of the development team, and the likes of Gamesmaster's Dominik Diamond, Archer MacLean and Peter Molyneux.
Read-Only Memory's Sensible Software 1986 - 1999 Kickstarter is hoping to not only raise $30,000 to release their coffee table publication, but also the standard of video game publications as we know it. For those interested the book itself will set you back just $38.
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