Retro News Round Up – August 2017

In this month’s Retro News Round Up a Game Boy Camera wielding photographer reaches for the stars, the Barcode Battler makes an unwelcome reappearance, and the Ataribox still remains an enigma.

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The GBE+ Barcode Battler emulator:

Kickstarter for the Crash Annual 2018:

Kickstarter for the Games for Atari: 1977 to 1995 book:

More of Alex Pietrow’s Game Boy Camera photography:

The Adventures of Jane Jelly for the ZX Spectrum:!uhcxTbqZ!Jl9sa1bJZT8_V0bZREtAu4LfFVWiJk39LVekCoehDAI

Break/Space for the ZX Spectrum:

Sorceress for the ZX Spectrum:

Roboprobe 48 for the ZX Spectrum:

Buy a physical copy of Robot 1 In the Ship of Doom for the ZX Spectrum:

Legend of the Lost Catacombs for the Commodore Vic 20:

Vault Man 2 on the Commodore 64:

Lumberjack Reloaded on the Amiga:

Ghost for the MSX:

Switchblade on the Atari Jaguar:!/Switchblade-Jaguar/p/87816081/category=20971056

The many games re-released on the Atari Age website:

Play Rayman on the SNES:

Super Strike Trilogy for the Mega CD:

Abandoned Atari Ae version of Whitewater Madness:

Fan translation of Flowers in the Mirror on the NES:

Fan translation of Mahjong on the NES:

Fan translation of Monster Party on the NES:

Fan translation of Puss in Boots: Around the World in 80 days NES:

Fan translation of Modern Shogi: Naitou 9 Dan Shougi Secret on the NES:

Fan translation of Murder on the Mississippi NES:

Fan translation of Tunnel War on the NES:

Fan translation of CRW Metal Jacket on the PC 98:

Fan translation of Sin and Punishment: Successor of the Earth on the N64:

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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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