This post originally came from The Retro Hour - Episode 24 (Seaside Arcades and C64s with Sam Dyer) - https://soundcloud.com/the-retro-hour/the-retro-hour-episode-24-seaside-arcades-and-c64s-with-sam-dyer by  from The Retro Hour on .

We reminisce about seaside Arcade memories, the Commodore 64 and Amiga games with the author of the Visual Compendium books, Sam Dyer!

Bitmap Books website: http://www.bitmapbooks.co.uk/

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Sega party at top of the Shard: http://bit.ly/1sJuLvN
Doom 2016 on the Doom 1 engine: http://www.moddb.com/mods/doom-emulation
Mastertronic Archives book is coming: http://kck.st/1V1sxOF
Game easter egg found after 33 years: http://bit.ly/1XZreqE
Story of Atari movie Kickstarter: http://kck.st/1S0drap
Early retro net photos with iPhone: http://tcrn.ch/1OgDYWi
Sonic 2 why video games are released on Tuesdays in the US: http://read.bi/23giVG9
Control Drone with power glove: http://bit.ly/1Y4RXQQ
Play retro games easily on modern PC/Mac: http://gamesnostalgia.com/en/
Geekout Scotland: http://www.geekoutshow.com/
Team17 co-founder Debbie Bestwick made MBE: http://bbc.in/1Yj0GPx

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In our first year we’ve already spoken to the former CEO of Sega, Tom Kalinske, astronaut and the creator of MMORPG genre Lord British, The Oliver Twins who were one of the founders of the British gaming revolution with titles such as Dizzy on the Sinclair Spectrum. See our full guest list here.

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