Retro News Round Up – October 2016

This month’s Retro News Round Up sees the next chapter in the US 64DD saga, Doom AI, and a new title for the Vectrex.

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More on the recent US 64DD discovery:

More pictures of that 64DD-alike for the US N64:

Good Nintentions book:

Pre-order the Little Book of ZX Spectrum Games:

More on VizDoom:

Trailer for the PC remake of the original Wonder Boy:

More on the new key caps project for the Amiga:

ZX Vega+ Indie GoGo page:

Buy Big Blue for the Vectrex:

Order Defence on the Amstrad CPC:

Demons of Dex for the Commodore 64:

Snake Bird on the Game Boy:

Retroid for the Game Boy:

Chunk Zone on the ZX Spectrum:

Strange Kitchen for the ZX Spectrum:

Kickstarter for Henshin Engine the Game on the PC Engine:

Pre-order Defender of the Crown for the ZX Spectrum:

Pre-order Xenocider for the Dreamcast:

Demo of Sally’s Garden on the Commodore 64:

Demo of Air Apparent for the ZX Spectrum:

Demo of Bridge Strike on the Amiga:

Demo of Blazing Guns for the Amiga

Demo of Return to Genesis on the Mega Drive:

Footage of the unreleased Expansion Royale for the PS2:

Footage of the unreleased Rev Limit on the N64:

More on the unreleased Warcraft Adventures – Lord of the Clans for the PC:

Download a build of the unreleased Shadow Hawk for the SNES:

Download a build of the Carrier-Bourne: Fighter Simulation&D for the Commodore 64:

Fan translation of F1 Circus on the NES:

Fan translation of Family Trainer Jogging Race for the NES:

Fan translation of Family Trainer: Totsugeki! Fuuun Takeshi Jou on the NES:

Fan translation on Star Cruiser for the Mega Drive:,22363.msg317132.htm

Fan translation of Wizardy Gaiden 4: Throb of the Demon’s Heart on the SNES:

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An enthusiastic retro gamer with a specific interest in ancient portables - which he looks at in his Handheld History series. He also rounds up the latest retro gaming news every month in the aptly titled 'Retro News Round Up.' You can follow him on Twitter at @ebtks

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