Cannon Fodder Music Video

One of my all-time favourite video game intros has got to be the one from Cannon Fodder. If you’re not familiar with Cannon Fodder, then you’re probably either too young or you’ve were living under a rock back in the early 90s. Either way, I demand that you immediately familiarise yourself with it! Cannon Fodder…

Tasty Amiga Pi: a quick overview to building a mini Amiga

So, way back in December, I published an overview to emulating the Commodore Amiga. While writing it, I did some research for emulator options on the Raspberry Pi and just happened to come across this nostalgia-tastic Retro Amiga Pi case. Well, it was pretty much love at first sight. So much so, that it actually…

Do you remember… Xmas Lemmings?

In my sporadic “Do you remember…” series, I whack on some rose-tinted specs and wax lyrical about specific aspects of the classic and not-so-classic games of yesteryear. In recent years, it seems that every video game and his dog has to have some kind of seasonal tie-in. This December, I’ve been eviscerating deranged elves, reindeer…

Do you remember… the Amiga version of UFO: Enemy Unknown?

“Do you remember…” is a new (and probably highly sporadic) series where I whack on some rose-tinted specs and wax lyrical about specific aspects of the classic and not-so-classic games of yesteryear. UFO: Enemy Unknown (or X-COM: UFO Defense outside of Europe) is easily one of my favourite games of all time. There can’t be…

Updated and improved my WinUAE guide

This is my first post for a while as I’ve been taking something of a break from writing. However, I’ve finally gotten round to something I’ve been meaning to do for some time now and that’s to update my guide for Building a Virtual Amiga for Retrogaming in WinUAE. I’ve expanded several sections, added some…

New version of WinUAE out

Looks like the Amiga’s best and most fully featured emulator just got a few a more bells and whistles. Out just in time for Christmas and following a prolonged beta period, version 3.4.0 of WinUAE expands hardware support even further. Hardcore enthusiasts will be pleased to know that it’s now possible to emulate additional graphics…