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College Football USA 97: The Road To New Orleans (1996)
Sega Mega Drive

Game Spotlight

Microprose Golf (1991)
Microprose Software Ltd
Title MicroProse Golf Game Type Sport Players 1-4 Compatibility All Amigas 1 Mb, HD Installable Yes Company MicroProse (The Thought Train) Submission Seppo Typp (groucho@pp.inet.fi) Profiled Reviewer Review Ever since the famous Leaderboard games on 8-bit computers there has been a steady flow of golf simulations on various computers, including the Amiga. Most famous of them are the Links and PGA Tour Golf series. Simulation experts MicroProse also wanted to enter this game genre - their answer was a serious golf simulation using a 3D vecto ...    
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Historic Game Chart

Crash Hotline, May 1985
Pos Game Title Publisher
1Knight LoreUltimate
2Alien 8Ultimate
4Everyone's a WallyMikro-Gen
5Doomdark's RevengeBeyond
6Skool DazeMicrosphere
7Lords of MidnightBeyond
8Sabre WulfUltimate
9Daley Thompson's DecathlonOcean
10Match DayOcean
11Wanted: Monty MoleGremlin
123D StarstrikeRealtime
15Match PointPsion
16Technician TedHewson
17Brian BloodaxeThe Edge
18Tir Na NogGargoyle Games
19Raid Over MoscowUS Gold
22American FootballArgus Press
23Jet Set WillySoftware Projects
24Boulder DashFront Runner
25Atic AtacUltimate
26Gift From the GodsOcean
27Dark StarDesign Design
29Manic MinerSoftware Projects
30Full ThrottleMicromega


New Retro Game Comparisons at FRGCB!

The Finnish Retro Game Comparison Blog has several new entries of note, including 4x4 Offroad Racing by Epyx, Way of the Exploding Fist by Melbourne House, and Cauldron by Palace Software.

The blog aims to give an unbiased view of titles across multiple platforms, and they are a great read. Visit the FRGCB site here.01 February 2021

EZFlash OMEGA Definitive Edition launched

After one year of development, the EZ team has finally completed the latest full size GBA flash card.

It comes with all the basic EZ OMEGA features plus:
Now uses Ferroelectric RAM to keep saves absolutely safe, supports 512Mb GBA Movie ROMs, dual working mode, rumble function for GBA/NDS games, GBA-DS Link Transfer support, DS Web Browser support, DS RAM Expansion Pack support, and a replaceable battery.

Head over to the EZFlash website for details on pricing and where to buy! 09 January 2021

Amiga Addict Issue 2 out now

The brand new Amiga Addict magazine launched in December 2020. It is the first Amiga-dedicated magazine available in both digital and print form for 14 years!

Issue 2 is now available on the amiga-addict.com website.

This issue's content includes: • Feature on the legendary DMA Design with Mike Dailly and Steve Hammond
• Demoparty interview with UK organiser Ruairi Fullam
• Tribute to Dave Needle and his engineering legacy
• We look at the light gun adaptor for classic Amigas
• Paul Monaghan looks back at Amiga mags of the past
• A day in the life of Amiga Action Magazine!
• We go games crazy with reviews of The Addams Family, Jim Power, No Second Prize and a look at new game Super Sprint DRS
• Personal history of UK Amiga retail
• Five page Amiga CD32 & CDTV special!
and much more! 29 January 2021

Expect an Atari VCS release this year

The Atari VCS, formerly labelled Ataribox will release this year! First announced back in June 2017, this new console is not a modern take on the original Atari 2600. Rather, it's a PC / console hybrid that is capable of playing more than 100 home and arcade classic Atari games as well as new titles. In addition, you can also stream your favorite shows in 4K HDR, boot the system into PC mode and install any OS, making it remarkably flexible.

The Atari VCS will be available in three models: a classic wood grain walnut, black, and carbon gold. All three versions share the same, slick design, with ribbed lines and a raised back.

Most exciting is that the final specs of the VCS are out! Sporting an AMD Raven Ridge 2 APU with Ryzen GPU, 32GB of eMMC storage (expandable), 8GB DDR4 RAM (upgradable), Wifi, HDMI 2.0, USB, etc, etc. The top-end versions will support 4K, but a budget version called VCS 400 will have half the RAM and support 1080p only. 18 January 2021

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