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Space Manbow

Space Manbow is the most beautiful 8-bit shooter in existence. While it started off as a port of the arcade

Bust A Groove 2

This entry is part 2 of 3 in the series Bust A Groove

Bust a Groove 2 continues the Bust a Groove series with a number of improvements and new features. Although the basic mechanics of

Kero Blaster

After Daisuke “Pixel” Amaya’s Cave Story became a major indie darling, he spent years trying to work out a follow up game.


CONTENT WARNING: This game is about real life serial killer Albert Fish, and it uses the names and likenesses of

Bust A Groove

This entry is part 1 of 3 in the series Bust A Groove

The rhythm action genre has seen dramatic evolution in just two decades of existence. Before players could pretend to play

Space Quest III

This entry is part 3 of 6 in the series Space Quest

Space Quest III begins right where its predecessor left off, with Roger floating around space in hypersleep. As luck would


In 2008, a small group of indie developers created a small prototype game named Dyson, after the hypothetical tree that could survive


When it came to shoot-em-ups, many developers shirked the SNES in favor of the PC Engine or Mega Drive. The

Space Quest II

This entry is part 2 of 6 in the series Space Quest

It seems like Roger just can’t catch a break. Ever after saving the galaxy from the Sariens, he’s once again


Released in 1991, Xexex (pronounced “zeks-zeks”) is perhaps the ultimate Konami shooter, a culmination of the craft they had honed

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