We pay tribute to the alternative answer to the BBC Micro.
The PC Engine was massively popular in Japan and had it’s own answer to Mario in the form of PC Kid. Known as Bonk in the West, this is the story of his popular adventures.
Discover how the very first official Star Wars games was created and why its developers headed to Hoth for their inspiration.
We look back at all the greatest moments from this classic Spectrum adventure. How many of the following bits do you remember?
Discover how the smash hit movie got turned into one of the best movie licences to ever appear on home computers.
We look back at the first major videogame to be based on the popular cartoon series, Scooby-Doo.
The updated Vega still has several weeks to go, but it’s already smashed its crowdfunding target
Darran revisits Codemasters’ first published videogame.
Darran explains why Taito’s hit coin-op made for a fantastic Master System conversion.
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Darran admires the birds in this quirky little platformer.
Greg Holmes explains how he created gaming’s naughtiest toddler.
We speak to the classic 8-bit coder about his impressive career.
Nick’s only recently discovered this PC Engine gem.
We go back to Sega’s awesome Master System conversion.
We go behind the scenes of the amazing time-travelling adventure.
We investigate the Welsh 8-bit computer.
We revisit Palace Software’s bloodthirsty beat-’em-up.
We speak to the C64 coder about his gaming highs and lows.
We revisit one of the machines that helped kick-start the UK games industry.