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From their newsletter: Sunday, December, 17th, 2017: Our topics: -Hidden easter egg in Mega Turrican -Game Boy graphic demo from Genesis Project -New Games for Mega Drive and Amiga announced -Viewer Perudor sending us C64 Games -Funny things found on the internet -Discussion: Pay-to-Win concepts – rip-off or alright with you? Your opinion matters! Live via Skype during the…
Andrew aka @merman1974 reviews and unboxes Argus of #Psytronik in his latest video! A cool C64 title! :)…Review for Scene World Magazine
John Kavanagh started the Kickstarter for his Eight-Bit Magazine 5 (8 bit Amstrad, Atari, C64, Spectrum) issue #5 recently!
Merman takes a look at the Ultimate Edition of PLANET GOLF by Antonio Savona, released by Psytronik in 2017. The video contains an unboxing section looking at the extras in the box, the Story So Far introduction sequence and the first three planets of the game.
Chilling out with my copy of Planet Golf a Commodore 64 game by Antonio Savona, I play this simple yet tricky and challenging game (badly) for the first time and see how I like this modern game for the commodore 64. Published by Psytronik Software.
The new C64 Cases by Individiual computers in co-operation with Return Magazine have been reviewed and compared to the previous Dallas Moore Kickstarter cases by the website 8-bit.info Read the review here. http://8-bit.info/2017/09/24/return-c64c-housing/
Andrew of Scene World reviews Reset Magazine in 2 this parted video: Reset 9.5 and back issues: Reset 10:
sceneworld’s editor @1974merman unboxes and plays the new C64 game “Rescuing ORC” by @poly.play http://scene.world/rescuingORC
Finally available “Commodore Wars” a documentary about the rise and fall of Commodore. You can buy it directly on the website: http://www.8bitgeneration.com When Jack Tramiel invented Commodore in the 1970’s, he envisioned computing for the masses and not just the upper classes. Spearheading the personal technology revolution and combatting giants like Apple and IBM, Commodore became a household name by…