All posts by Kurt Kalata

Tough Turf

Sunsoft created a couple of games for the Sega System 16 arcade platform, and their games were…not exactly original. Bay

Stretch Panic

Stretch Panic – known as Freak Out in Europe and Hippa Linda (“Pulling Linda”) in Japan – is Treasure’s first

Star Trader

Initially released on the PC88, Star Trader combines elements of an adventure game with shoot-em-up segments. As ace pilot Kain,

Starship Titanic

On paper, Starship Titanic sounds completely fantastic. The game was conceived by Douglas Adams, not only one of the most

Steel Empire

 The ’90s was the golden age of shoot-em-ups, especially on the 16-bit consoles, where games like Lords of Thunder where

Space Mouse

Space Mouse is the second of Mindware’s conversions of early 80s Japanese PC titles, originally published as a type-in program

Soldier Force

  In 2003, Hudson released a 2.5D remake of it for the PlayStation 2, PlayStation Portable and GameCube (the series

Slap Happy Rhythm Busters

What a ridiculous name. The easiest way to describe Slap Happy Rhythm Busters (or Srap Happy Rhythm Busters, based off

Ripley’s Believe It or Not! The Riddle of Master Lu

Believe it or not, Robert Ripley’s columns about strange and bizarre historical facts (or fictions) were, at one point, read

Pogo Bunny

PC gamers are likely familiar with the term “euro jank”. It’s a designation given to assorted games from the old

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