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Xain’d Sleena

Technos was primarily known for beat-em-ups like Renegade and Double Dragon, or assorted wrestling games. Their second game, before they

Collector Postcards and Other New Patreon Goodies for 2019!

We’ve introduced some exciting new additions to our Patreon! (1) Collector’s Postcards I think one of the coolest things about

More HG101 Books Featured in the Latest Storybundle

The latest Storybundle features not just one, not two, but three HG101 ebooks! If you pay $5, you’ll get a

HG101 at the Long Island Retro Gaming Expo 2019

HG101 will be at the Long Island Retro Gaming Expo on Saturday, August 10th in Garden City, NY. We’ll be

Questprobe Featuring Human Torch and the Thing

This entry is part 3 of 3 in the series Questprobe

The third and final Questprobe text adventure features one-half of the Fantastic Four: Human Torch and Thing. The whole treasure

Questprobe Featuring Spider-Man

This entry is part 2 of 3 in the series Questprobe

The second Questprobe game focuses on Spider-Man. It’s yet another treasure hunt, as Peter Parker must scour The Daily Bugle

Questprobe Featuring The Hulk

This entry is part 1 of 3 in the series Questprobe

Adventure International was a developer from the late 1970s to mid-80s found by Scott Adams (no relation to the Dilbert

Ecsaform (Japanese Video Game Obscurity)

Ecsaform (1999) Developer: Emotion / Bandai Visual Platforms: PlayStation Seseri is a young girl in the kingdom of Solpagania, the

The Hidden Husband of Black/Matrix

The world of Flight-Plan’s SRPG Black/Matrix is like an inverted version of Christianity – the seven deadly sins are considered

Ganryu

Visco was a company that developed arcade games for nearly twenty years, but their roster was typically mediocre entries based

Daria’s Inferno

This entry is part 3 of 3 in the series Beavis & Butthead

While Beavis and Butthead’s TV show aired its last original episode in 1997, it spawned a spin-off series based on

Star Trek 25th Anniversary

This entry is part 1 of 4 in the series Star Trek

When it first premiered on American television in 1966, Star Trek was immensely ahead of its time. In following the

Star Trek Judgment Rites

This entry is part 2 of 4 in the series Star Trek

Judgment Rites is the direct sequel to 25th Anniversary. The interface is practically identical, it uses some of the same

Star Trek Deep Space Nine: Harbinger

This entry is part 4 of 4 in the series Star Trek

Fans still speak fondly of A Final Unity, but mostly everyone has forgotten Deep Space Nine: Harbinger. You control an

Star Trek The Next Generation: A Final Unity

This entry is part 3 of 4 in the series Star Trek

Although it’s developed by a completely different team – Spectrum Holobyte as opposed to Interplay – Star Trek The Next

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