[1-minute Review] Heimdall


Year: 1991 Developer: The 8th Day Publisher: Core Design Platforms: Acorn 32-bit, Amiga, Atari ST, DOS, Sega CD LOAD “” Heimdall is one of those games that never got a huge success and neither is one that redefined a genre; on the other hand it has been defined as an RPG tailored for the ones…

[Review] Tiny Toon Adventures


REVIEW # 00000000 01010001 Hey Buster! I’ve kidnapped Babs Bunny! Tiny Toon Adventures it’s a game that exploited the success of the TV show with the same name. It aired also in italy in the early 90s and I remember watching it everyday before they pulled the plug in favor of Animaniacs (which was fun as…

[Review] Duke Nukem


REVIEW # 00000000 00110101 You’re wrong Proton. Breath, I’ll be done with you and still have time to watch Oprah!

[Happy Birthday!] Monkey Island 2: LeChuck’s Revenge


Hello old games lovers, Seems like yesterday you fist played Monkey Island 2, right? You liked Guybrush Threepwood, a bit goofy and you was scared by the brutality of Largo LaGrande? Well good to know it, it’s the same for me. But you have to know that if it’s so, you’re getting a bit old…

[Happy Birthday!] Alien Breed


Hello old games lovers, In this last month of the year there are a lot of games that will celebrate some important anniversaries, and one of them is Alien Breed, released for Amiga in 1991 (not 1996 as I first wrote – thanks to Stevie Gill for this correction). Developed and published by Team 17,…

[Happy Birthday!] The Legend of Zelda: A Link to the Past


Hello old game lovers, Zelda franchise is one of the longest ond most loved by millions and millions of fan all around the globe and today, November 21st, is the 25th anniverary of the release for SNES of Legend of Zelda: A Link to the Past that landed on the Japanese market in 1991. This…