Retro Jet Set Spectrum Pinball Emerges From Smiling Bag

In the good old days, games were better.  They were simpler, but at the same time far more unforgiving.  They were shorter, but took far longer to load.  They were more creative, but far more limited in terms of experience. There's a particular type of gamer, normally those of a certain age, who will, given... Continue Reading →

Steve Hammond’s Manual Override

Ladies and gentlemen, we are delighted to bring you Mr Steve Hammond, in what we hope will be a regular monthly column.  We think of him as a combination of Charlie Brooker and Neil Oliver, but Steve's official biography states... Steve Hammond currently works as a programmer in the aerospace industry. While he would have... Continue Reading →

Artist In Residence – Mr Hogarth (Redux)

The jolliest little elf in Santa's workshop has come through for your favourite Scottish gaming resource once more.  Stewart 'Stu' Hogarth is back once again - like a renegade dancer (not the reindeer) and is once more keeping it defiantly old school. Look upon the C64-inspired banner loveliness and send your Christmas wishes Stewart's way,... Continue Reading →

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