Retro News Round Up – January 2019

In this month’s Retro News Round Up Leisure Suit Larry gets sold to the highest bidder, the Playstation Classic lollops onto shop shelves, and so much Homebrew released it might just make your head spin.

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This episode’s links:

Al Lowe auction extravaganza:

Amiga 3000 used by Psygnosis:

More info on THE C64:

New BittBoy:

Pre-order the Ghostly X Analogue Edition:

The Game on Amiga:

Sinbad and the Throne of the Falcon for the Amiga:

The Zing on the Amiga:

Coco Banana for the Amiga:

Power Glove Reloaded for the Amiga:

A Christmas Carol for the Amiga:

Santa Chaos on the Amiga:

Tiger Claw on the Amiga:

Octukitty for the ZX Spectrum:

O-Eyes for the ZX Spectrum:

O-Puzz Attack for the Spectrum:

Mister Kung Fu on the ZX Spectrum:

Killer Bees for the Commodore 64:

Aviator Arcade 2 for the C64:

Portal on the Commodore 64:

Space Moguls for the C64:

Ski-IT for the Atari XL and XE computers:

Highway Encounter for the Atari XL/XE:

8-Bit Slicks for the Apple 2, Atari XL/XE and C64/128:

Rodman special edition:

Owyn’s Adventure for the Game Boy:

Flight of Pigarus for Sega Master System:

Rikki and Vikki for the Atari 7800:

Nogalicious on the MSX:

Quadron for the Spectrum:

Fan translation of Majin Tensei 2: Spiral Nemesis for the SNES:

Fan translation of Bike Daisuki! Hashiriya Tamashii – Rider’s Spirits for the SNES:

Fan translation of Super Robot Taisen EX for the SNES:

Fan translation of The Stories of Ivathovo for the SNES:

Fan translation of Metal Max NES:

Fan translation of Gu Mu Li Yung for the NES:

Fan translation of Moldorian: Hikari to Yami no Sister for the Sega Game Gear:

Fan translation of Crayon Shin-Chan – Taiketsu! Kantamu Panikku! For the Game Gear:

Fan translation of Tabaluga for the Game Boy:

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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

One Comment

  1. Thanks for the heads up on 8bit-Slicks!!
    By the way, the game is playable online.

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