Category: Miscellaneous
The Retro Hour EP109 – Retro Gaming Youtubers Panel (misc)

The Retro Hour is your weekly dose of retro gaming and technology news, views and interviews from the UK.

Content:

We’re joined by Ashens, Kim Justice, Nostalgia Nerd and Slope’s Game Room for our huge retro gaming Youtubers panel at PLAY Expo Blackpool!

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REV’n’GE Issue #83 (misc)

Bored? Need something to read? Maybe even free? What about the latest REV’n’GE? Issue #83 is out!

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Making NES games with NESmaker – Part 7 (misc)

NESmaker allows users to create cartridge based, hardware playable NES games in an intuitive, faux object oriented environment without ever having to write a single line of code.

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Making NES games with NESmaker – Part 6 (misc)

NESmaker allows users to create cartridge based, hardware playable NES games in an intuitive, faux object oriented environment without ever having to write a single line of code.

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Making NES games with NESmaker – Part 5 (misc)

NESmaker allows users to create cartridge based, hardware playable NES games in an intuitive, faux object oriented environment without ever having to write a single line of code.

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Making NES games with NESmaker – Part 4 (misc)

NESmaker allows users to create cartridge based, hardware playable NES games in an intuitive, faux object oriented environment without ever having to write a single line of code.

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Making NES games with NESmaker – Part 3 (misc)

NESmaker allows users to create cartridge based, hardware playable NES games in an intuitive, faux object oriented environment without ever having to write a single line of code.

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Benjamin Allion relaunched his homepage

Homebrew developer Benjamin Allion has relaunched his homepage. He made a couple of great PSP homebrew games such as GoGoGoo and Arc-Angel and developed his own Nintendo DS RPG engine.

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Making NES games with NESmaker – Part 2 (misc)

NESmaker allows users to create cartridge based, hardware playable NES games in an intuitive, faux object oriented environment without ever having to write a single line of code.

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The Retro League Podcast – Episode 423 – Rewards and Reproach (misc)

The Retro League Podcast features discussion about the latest retro gaming news, re-releases, community developments and reviews of our favorite games.

This week:

This week we saw a number of people given honors or having it taken away, but we’re trying to find the line between Hair Metal and Alternative Rock. We are cautious about getting our hopes up for a Commodore 64 plug & play system, and we might have to start rating 90’s TV commercials in a scale of 1 to 5 Poochies. We’ve got a Game Boy port of some arcade classics and a winter sports game for the good old 2600 in this episode of the Retro League.

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