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The Acracde classic, Pac-land

Every time I walk into an arcade in the mid eighty’s, the music to this game could always be heard coming from somewhere hidden in the depths along with the likes of Galaga & Rally X. Pacland was released into arcades in August 1984 by Namco, and its American distributor Bally Midway (later Midway Games). It was later ported to… Read More »The Acracde classic, Pac-land

Time/Space Pilot

Have you ever wanted to fly an advanced plane whilst blasting an assortment of enemy aircraft through different time zones? if you have then welcome to the classic 1982 game, Time Pilot. This muti-directional scrolling shooter arcade game was designed by Yoshiki Okamoto, released by Konami and was distributed in the United States by Centuri. With the games success, it game was… Read More »Time/Space Pilot

Dropzone review

This is a game that I was introduced to many years by a good friend on his Atari 800XL.  Archer Mclean (known then as Arena Graphics) started to write a game shortly after he purchased an Atari 800 as soon as they were officially launched in the UK in 1981. Over a number of years the game ivolved into what… Read More »Dropzone review

Sega Master System

The Sega Master System

In 1987, Sega brought us their third generation video game console in the form of the Sega Master System.  This is one of those systems that it like purely for its simplicity, the pads are small basic, simple buttons. The console has two controller ports at the front for the pads and an off/on switch. In total three version were… Read More »The Sega Master System