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    1. Name: Uootoy (1986) [Sharp MZ-2000] Category: Front-End Demos Date Added: 06/30/2020 Submitter: pastgames Uootoy (1986) [Sharp MZ-2000]
    2. Super Mario Bros. Special is the platformer of the Mario series. It was published only in Japan, in 1986, for the NEC PC-88 and Sharp X1 computers. This is the first sequel to Super Mario Bros., which was released a few months before The Lost Levels. At first glance, it might seem that this is the port of the original game from the Nintendo NES console. However, although it may look similar, it is a completely redesigned game that does not play at all like its brother on NES. The most significant difference is that the eight worlds presented are unique to this release and have a high level of
    3. Name: Super Mario Bros. Special (1986) [Sharp X1] Category: Front-End Demos Date Added: 06/23/2020 Submitter: pastgames Super Mario Bros. Special is the platformer of the Mario series. It was published only in Japan, in 1986, for the NEC PC-88 and Sharp X1 computers. This is the first sequel to Super Mario Bros., which was released a few months before The Lost Levels. At first glance, it might seem that this is the port of the original game from the Nintendo NES console. However, although it may look similar, it is a completely redesigned game that does not play at all like its b
    4. Donkey Kong 3 - was released by Nintendo in 1983 for arcade machines. In 1984, game implementations for Japanese PC-88 and Sharp X1 computers appeared. The version for Sharp X1 turned out to be simplified, but also transmitting exciting gameplay, as in the original arcade version.
    5. Name: Donkey Kong 3: Dai Gyakushuu (1984) [Sharp X1] Category: Front-End Demos Date Added: 06/23/2020 Submitter: pastgames Donkey Kong 3 - was released by Nintendo in 1983 for arcade machines. In 1984, game implementations for Japanese PC-88 and Sharp X1 computers appeared. The version for Sharp X1 turned out to be simplified, but also transmitting exciting gameplay, as in the original arcade version. Donkey Kong 3: Dai Gyakushuu (1984) [Sharp X1]
    6. The Return Of A legend I've seen a lot of things within this scene so a little history lesson is in order here before I get to my point of the article. When you think of Nintendo recently, you think of Copyright claims on YouTube videos, half arse production of retrogaming goodness and outstanding first party games. But back in the early 1980's they only had arcades machines and playing cards in Japan and really wanted to expand but after a few setbacks in the 60's trying to make toys. But with the advent of Liquid Crystal Displays (LCD) being used in digital watches and calculators and G
    7. The Return Of A legend I've seen a lot of things within this scene so a little history lesson is in order here before I get to my point of the article. When you think of Nintendo recently, you think of Copyright claims on YouTube videos, half arse production of retrogaming goodness and outstanding first party games. But back in the early 1980's they only had arcades machines and playing cards in Japan and really wanted to expand but after a few setbacks in the 60's trying to make toys. But with the advent of Liquid Crystal Displays (LCD) being used in digital watches and calculators and G
    8. Name: GameEx - Getting Started and the Setup for FREE Category: Front-End Tutorials Date Added: 2016-08-28 Submitter: SIMPLYAUSTIN Today we are taking a look at GameEx. what it can do, how it does it and of course how to get it going. Its a great Front End with years of know how making this the first choice for MANY arcade, HTPC and gaming setups out there! GameEx - Getting Started and the Setup for FREE
    9. While emulation is the primary source of news here, there are times we need to see that retrogaming is very much alive and a social event, earlier tonight I went to the Secret Weapon in Stratford east London. OK the Secret Weapon is a gamer's pub, yes that's right, a gamer's pub. Which is a rare thing in east London but I hear there are 2. But this appeared about 2 days ago on my Facebook stream, I looked at it https://www.facebook.com/events/1652471658404314/ So I went earlier tonight and I wasn't disappointed. It's a surprising change because I know my gaming event. First off the f
    10. While emulation is the primary source of news here, there are times we need to see that retrogaming is very much alive and a social event, earlier tonight I went to the Secret Weapon in Stratford east London. OK the Secret Weapon is a gamer's pub, yes that's right, a gamer's pub. Which is a rare thing in east London but I hear there are 2. But this appeared about 2 days ago on my Facebook stream, I looked at it https://www.facebook.com/events/1652471658404314/ So I went earlier tonight and I wasn't disappointed. It's a surprising change because I know my gaming event. First off the f
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