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  • The 1990s was an excellent time for gaming, with 1996 being a particularly good year for me for one reason: I got to play Duke Nukem 3D. Now years later I take a look at this gaming gem.

    Classic Games Resurrected: Duke Nukem 3D

    Classic Games Resurrected: Duke Nukem 3D

    by ANDR01D4

  • With an ancient Egypt backdrop, Pyramid Solitaire Saga adds a social twist to the ever-popular card-matching game. However, matching papyrus cards can get challenging if you don’t know how to use charms, make the most of the joker card and take advantage of golden scarab cards. With the help of these tips and tricks, you can easily master key game elements, achieve streaks and solve challenging Solitaire levels.

    Pyramid Solitaire Saga Tips and Tricks

    Pyramid Solitaire Saga Tips and Tricks

    by Anurag Ghosh128

  • Astro Blaster was a 1980s table top arcade game inspired by the classic Scramble. Released by HALES/TOMY it was a pretty good game

    Astro Blaster

    Astro Blaster

    by Martin Allan1

  • I love Konami games for many reasons, foremost of which being they always have such wonderful music. Here are my 10 favourite Gradius Soundtracks.

    My 10 Favourite Gradius Soundtracks

    My 10 Favourite Gradius Soundtracks

    by Kuan Leong Yong2

  • The Mario universe is a thoroughly-populated world. There are few gaming franchises that can claim to have a similarly robust history, and none of them can beat Super Mario in sheer bulk of characters. Yet most of these characters are ultimately...

    Super Mario Bros. Characters who Deserve Their own Game

    Super Mario Bros. Characters who Deserve Their own Game

    by Matt Bird9

  • Every Windows computer comes pre-loaded with Spider Solitaire. The idea is to get new users used to using a mouse and keyboard, but some of us just love playing Spider Solitaire. Here is how to play.

    How to Play Spider Solitaire

    How to Play Spider Solitaire

    by IzzyM20

  • Night Driver is a classic game for the Atari 2600. It was ported from an earlier arcade game and still has fans around the world. It is a classic game with a cult following that will remain well-loved for years to come. Night Driver was the first "first person" racing video game.

    Night Driver: An Atari 2600 Classic

    Night Driver: An Atari 2600 Classic

    by Jennifer Wilber0

  • 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

    BBC Micro

    BBC Micro

    by Martin Allan2

  • The Nintendo Game & Watch was the inspiration of Gunpei Yokoi, who created an incredibly popular series of 59 games released throughout the 80's. From Donkey Kong to Mario and Zelda, many of Nintendo's clasic characters are featured in these brilliant handheld games, which are much sought after by collectors almost 30 years later

    A Guide to the Nintendo Game & Watch Handheld Games - Classic 80's Retro

    A Guide to the Nintendo Game & Watch Handheld Games - Classic 80's Retro

    by RolyRetro20

  • Attention all PC gamers! Take a trip back in time with me as we re-live those nostalgic moments playing the best PC games that ever were. Here, we count down the top 15 that I've come across and dwell for a while in those precious moments when we first got our hands on these epic titles!

    The Top 15 Most Awesome PC Games of All Time

    The Top 15 Most Awesome PC Games of All Time

    by chriscamaro11

  • Mega Man 2 / Rock Man 2 was released in 1988 in the US and Japan. It is widely considered as the best game in the series.

    Mega Man 2: The Legend Continues

    Mega Man 2: The Legend Continues

    by Jan Michael Ong0

  • Crash Bandicoot was the original mascot for the Sony PlayStation video game console, and they once again need this timeless mascot to make his return.

    Why Sony Needs Crash Bandicoot

    Why Sony Needs Crash Bandicoot

    by Cameron Eittreim0

  • From classic upright models to motion-controlled motorcycles to spacecraft cockpits, arcade games have come in a variety of shapes and forms since their inception.

    Coin-Op Cubicles: Types of Arcade Cabinets

    Coin-Op Cubicles: Types of Arcade Cabinets

    by A Golden0

  • Asteroids Arcade Game from Atari in 1979

    Asteroids Game

    Asteroids Game

    by Martin Allan0

  • Pacman was released in 1980 and became a world wide gaming icon

    Pacman Arcade Game

    Pacman Arcade Game

    by Martin Allan2

  • Developed by devoted fans of the series under Sega's wing, Sonic Mania brings the classics back to (almost) full force.

    Sonic Mania Review

    Sonic Mania Review

    by Richard Paul0

  • The original Space Invaders arcade game. What more needs to be said?

    Space Invaders

    Space Invaders

    by Martin Allan0

  • Taking a wild spin in a different direction, Sonic the Fighters breaks away from the conventional formula of the Sonic series - but how does it compare to the rest of the series?

    Teashade Reviews Vol. 5: Sonic the Fighters

    Teashade Reviews Vol. 5: Sonic the Fighters

    by Teashade Benu0

  • Finding out that your old video game carts no longer play can be a bummer. There is hope, however. Many non-functioning classic games just need a simple clean. This guide will show you how to properly clean your old video game cartridges.

    How to Clean an Old Video Game Cartridge

    How to Clean an Old Video Game Cartridge

    by Jennifer Wilber0

  • Dino Run DX is a fun endless runner from Pixeljam games in which players must outrun their own extinction while earning the most points.

    Dino Run DX Review

    Dino Run DX Review

    by Alexandria Taberski0

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