Funnily enough, this works best if you have the Amiga version of Cannon Fodder lying around.
Quik the Thunder Rabbit is a platformer for the Super Nintendo that might have been lost to time if a fan hadn’t found it. Unfortunately, their decision to alter the old game’s code has been met with backlash.
Defender of the Crown, first released in 1986 on the Amiga, was at the time one of the best-looking video games ever released. Or, at least it was on the Amiga. Some of the game’s ports to other systems weren’t quite so hot, yet in today’s world of YouTube nitpicking they remain useful as examples of how wildly…
Commodore, a company most famous for their C64 and Amiga computers, went bust in 1994. The brand, however (much like Atari’s) lives on, and it’s this week been resuscitated in a strange and curious place: the mobile phone market.
Facing mounting financial pressure, the Danish museum Spilmuseet ("The Games Museum") is about to jettison a massive collection of classic video games and related hardware. And with nobody opening their doors yet, all these refugees of console wars past are still in need of a new home.
Hey, it's rickonami, back with another HD remake of a famous video game intro. Last time we saw him, he was messing with some classic console games, but his latest is a little closer to my heart.
These days, we remember Commodore's Amiga system for its games. Classics like Cannon Fodder. In 1985, though, the company had grander plans.
3D artist Toni Bratincevic goes back to the early 1990s and absolutely nails it. Or, he nails it if you were playing Amiga or PC games at the time, anyway.
British artist Andrew "Bones" Jones is a man after my own heart. In his works paying tribute to the video games of yesteryear, you won't find much Mario or Mega Man. You'll find Wing Commander, Zombies Ate My Neighbours and old Amiga games.
Think games based on movies, action-oriented TV shows and classic works of literature are a bad idea? They've got nothing on games based on soap operas.
There are many devious puzzles in 90's classic, and often infuriating, computer game 7th Guest. So you may not have noticed that when the puzzler made its way to the iPhone and iPad it was missing one particularly teeth-grinding one.
Whenever the subject of the Fable series or its outspoken creator Peter Molyneux pops up, a lot of people question why the man is given so much airtime. Why people give a hoot about the games he's making.