Jackal was a top down run n gun game released by Konami in 1986. Also known as Top Gunner
Star Force was a top down vertical shoot em up from Tehkan in 1984. A seminal shooter from the 1980's that is still revered highly in Japan
Splatterhouse was an arcade game released in 1988 from Namco. Controversial at the time the game is now regarded as a cult classic
Ghouls n Ghosts was the follow up to Capcom's Ghosts n Goblins and is the perfect retro game to get you into the Halloween mood
The Currah Microspeech Unit enabled 8-bit home computers such as the ZX Spectrum and Commodore 64 to talk
Viewtiful Joe was a revolutionary title for the Nintendo GameCube. Released by Capcom in 2003 it quickly gained a fine reputation
The Nintendo GameCube was released in Japan and 2001 before hitting the US later the same year. Europe and Australia were treated to the GameCube in 2002
Bagman was an arcade game released in 1982 by the lesser known Valadon Automation
Punch Out is a boxing game from 1984 by Nintendo. Featuring a 3rd person view of your fighter and various characters it was a big hit in the amusement arcades
Pearl In Peril an Android Game by Brain Drain. Excellent and addictive game for your Android device
Halloween is almost upon us again. Here is an older arcade game called Ghosts n Goblins to get you into the mood for 'The Season of the Witch'
The Thing 2011 is a prequel to the 1982 John Carpenter movie of the same name
Rolling Thunder Arcade Game by Namco. Released in 1986.
Car Games. This page features some classic driving and racing games from the golden age of the video arcade. Out Run, Hard Drivin', The Driver and more...
Pole Position arcade game by Atari
Space Duel. Atari's follow up to Asteroids was released in 1982 and went on to be a moderate hit
Green Beret was a side scrolling arcade game from Konami and was released in 1985
Centipede The Arcade Game From Atari. Released in 1981 and is a cult classic for all of us arcade fans
Battlezone was an arcade game by Atari in 1980
Operation Wolf was released in 1987 by Taito
Karate Champ was an arcade game by Data East released in 1984
Paperboy was an arcade game released in 1984. With it's notable handlebar controls and isometric viewpoint it is a classic game from the BMX era
Aliens: Infestation is a brilliant Nintendo DS Games based in the 'Alien' Universe - a must for any Alien fan
The ZX Spectrum reaches it's 35th birthday in 2017
A selection of classic addictive games
3D Thundering Turbo Another classic 3D handheld game from TOMY It was part of their 3D range which was extremely popular during the early 1980s
The SORD M5 was a lesser known Japanese computer that hit the shelves in 1982
The Commodore 65 is a rare machine that can be worth a small fortune. Developed in the 1980s the Commodore 65 was never given a full commercial release
The Jupiter Ace 8-bit micro from the early 1980s
The Acorn Archimedes was one of the most powerful computers of the 1980s.
Some handy tips for buying a used car from a dealer based on my own personal experience.
Tetris is the all time classic puzzle game that spawned many sequels and clones. The Gameboy version remains a firm favourite
Welcome to the Fantasy Zone in Space Harrier
The Atari 5200 home gaming console. Never as popular as the Atari 2600 but still a worthy addition to any retro collection
The Atari 600 XL was released in 1983 and was a very solid machine
The Atari 2600 game console was released in 1977
Uridium Plus was an update to the classic scrolling shooter Uridium on the ZX Spectrum
The Amiga 600 was mistaken as an upgrade to the Amiga 500
The SAM Coupe was an 8-BIT machine from MGT
The Commodore PET or Personal Electronic Transactor' was the first home micro from CBM
The Dragon 32 8-Bit computer by Dragon Data Ltd was released in 1982
The Atari Falcon succeeded the Atari ST as the flagship home computer
The Amiga 1200 was launched in 1992 and was the third generation Amiga for the home user
Covering the demise of the Commodore Amiga
Frogger was an arcade game from Konami in 1981
Miniclip games for you to enjoy online
The Polaroid Camera finally ceased production in 2008
The Commodore 16 was released in 1984 and was a reasonably popular choice with the home user
The Acorn Atom was a machine ahead of its time from Acorn.
A selection of a some great movie soundtracks that I enjoy. The Omega Man, The Terminator, First Blood
The Acorn Electron was a budget version of the BBC Micro
"Ground Zero" was a text adventure released by Artic for the ZX Spectrum home computer. Read on to learn all about this classic game.
The Commodore 128 was the final 8-bit machine from Commodore before they concentrated on the Amiga
The Amstrad CPC 464 or the Colour Personal Computer was an 8-bit micro from Amstrad
The Atari ST was a fine 16-bit machine.
The original Space Invaders arcade game. What more needs to be said?
Do you remember the Asteroids arcade game released by Atari in 1979? Learn all about this game's history and legacy, as well as how to play.
A small selection of classic PC games
"Pac-Man" was released in 1980 and became a worldwide gaming icon. Here, learn more about its history, development, gameplay, and more.
The Oric Atmos was the follow-up machine to the Oric 1. Read on to learn more.
Oric 1 8-bit Home Computer
This article is about the Commodore VIC 20, which was endorsed by William Shatner and was known as the friendly computer.
The BBC Micro from Acorn Ruler of educational computing during the 8-bit era, this machine was robust, great for programming and host to many quality games. An absolute classic machine from the 1980s
The ZX80 was the first home computer from Sinclair and was the precursor to the ZX81
The Sinclair ZX81 was released in 1981 and was the follow up to the Sinclair ZX80
The MB Vectrex is a classic gaming system from the 1980s
Yet more 1980s TV theme tunes
80s theme tunes. It's great TV tunes from the 1980s!
The Commodore 64 is one of the greatest ever 8-bit machines
TOMY Sky Attack was a portable electronic video game featuring 3D action
Astro Blaster was a 1980s tabletop arcade game inspired by the classic Scramble. Released by HALES/TOMY, it was a pretty good game.
Sport Billy was a cartoon from 1979 by Filmation Associates. The footballer playing hero advocated fair play and sportsmanship
The best in online gaming with games online
Astro Wars from Grandstand was one of the most popular table top electronic games in the early 1980s
The Amiga CD32 was a 32-bit gaming console from Commodore. Released in 1993, the CD32 was aimed at the home console gamer.
Some great into sequences in games gone by
Machines like the Commodore Amiga and Atari ST paved the way for 16-bit technology
A Simple Example Of Text Box Input With VB Code
A Simple Message Box Example in Visual Basic
Dark Star on the ZX Spectrum had many hidden easter eggs and cheat codes which was a trademark of Design Design Software and Simon Brattel
Chronos a tapestry of time was a budget game from Mastertronic that had many hidden easter eggs
Here is a collection of five great budget games that appeared on the ZX Spectrum
Zzap 64 was a monthly gaming magazine from Newsfield
Crash Magazine was a monthly gaming publication by Newsfield
Reminiscing about the Sinclair ZX Spectrum
A collection of the best conversions of the classic Missile Command to the ZX Spectrum
Awesome graphics on the ZX Spectrum
Great conversions of the classic arcade game Scramble
Some of the finest coders to ever produce games on the ZX Spectrun
Some fantastic music on the ZX Spectrum BEEPER
Emulate ZX Spectrum games on your home computer
Star Wars has spawned many computer games in it's name
Sinclair Interface 2. Twin joystick ports and ROM capable
Ocean Software produced many classic games in the 1980s and 1990s
The Commodore Amiga. 16-Bits of computing power that stayed ahead of the pack for years.
Realtime Software released many fine games on home computers such as the Amstrad CPC and Commodore Amiga
Legendary characters from ZX Spectrum Games
The AY chip produced some remarkable gaming soundtracks and sound effects on machines such as the ZX Spectum +2, Amstrad CPC 464 and the Vectrex console
A brief and lighthearted look at an earlier release for the ZX Spectrum by New Generation Software. Trashman was a cult hit and went on to do well.
The Sinclair ZX Spectrum is a fantastic 8-bit home microcomputer that was released in 1982