DK Arcade

DK Arcade

The follow-up to DK Arcade (also known as D1K Arcade), which was a stunningly complete rendition of Donkey Kong (1981), D2K Arcade is nothing less than the best home version of the coin-op classic ever released for any system. There are two game modes in this...
Carnival

Carnival

Easily available from a variety of sources for less than $5 (cartridge only—a boxed copy might set you back $10 or so), Carnival is an unusual game in that it’s one of relatively few slide-and-shoot titles not set in outer space. Rather, as its title suggests, it’s a...
Mutant League Football

Mutant League Football

Sega made one of the finest consoles known to man when they created the Sega Genesis. They also inadvertently created the sole reason for my parents thinking I was some sort of deranged sociopath. I’m not denying that my obsessions with fire and strategic...
Advergaming

Advergaming

It’s another fine day in the big city. And at the Big City Video Game Museum, it’s always better than fine. Usually. All these classic games are available, and my job is simple – choose among them and group them into an interesting display. Something that people will...
TinTin: Prisoners of The Sun

TinTin: Prisoners of The Sun

Unlike some other videogames I possessed, Tintin: Prisoners of the Sun was one of the few I played on my own. None of my classmates or my cousin, whom I used to play a lot with, liked the comics, The Adventures of Tintin. They were mostly interested in Spanish comics...

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