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Mr Monday

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  1. Not just cheats but games mags printed maps as well. The one ls I remember using were for 8 bit games like Saboteur 2, Sabre Wulfe and Underwurlde. My favourite cheat on the Atari ST was for Elite. If you typed in Sara you got to a screen with hexadecimal values and you could upgrade your ship and fill up the cargo bay. EDIT Another one I remember is on the Spectrum version of Gauntlet if you held down symbol shift you could walk through the walls.
  2. BBC History Hour. Max Pearson introduces first-hand accounts of the nightclub that changed Ibiza https://www.bbc.co.uk/sounds/play/w3ct39lk
  3. Yes and then posted this about a request for £500 compensation
  4. Does anyone know the tune played in the third video of this Instagram post? It’s taken from a Fabric event at the end of March https://www.instagram.com/p/Cbp70nbA8sm/?igshid=YmMyMTA2M2Y=
  5. aMaru’s work on improving the MD port of Ghouls’n’Ghosts has got halfway through Level 2
  6. Remember that CRTs aren’t fixed resolution displays like modern flat panels, so they don’t need to scale to fit the screen. In the case of a Earthworm Jim and other ports, you see less of the playing area on the SNES due to the lower resolution.
  7. I used to pop into the Rathbone Place CEX in the late nineties. I remember drooling over rare stuff in the glass cabinet in the basement. The only things I can actually remember are an Altair 8800 and Hello Kitty Dreamcast, but I’m sure there was other cool stuff.
  8. The song has aged better than the video
  9. That’s crazy. I watched the development of the Konix Multisystem through magazines like The Game Machine and always thought it looked cool.
  10. This was released just yesterday which is well timed for the nice weather.
  11. Thanks all for the recommendations. Parts of the nineties were my gaming wilderness years when I was at Uni and had no money. I did still buy Edge every month and played some PC stuff, but I didn’t buy any games after the Megadrive until I bought a Dreamcast.
  12. As someone who didn’t own a PS1 does anyone have recommendations for 2D or quirky games I might have missed? I borrowed a friends PS1 for a while but all he had was Resident Evil, V Rally and Tekken. Here’s a list of PS1 arcade ports for those that don’t have a specific core in the works. https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/1_khZjTa6sGGEANWgFc1-C3EyU32wIcO4Byy706r5ImA/htmlview EDIT Also some may find Googling “chadmaster archive.org” useful.
  13. Ah interesting. Judging by the results they probably didn’t have access to the original source code or art assets from their parent company in Japan!
  14. I know they did a lot of conversions on the MSX and probably other Japanese micros, but the CPC? I know Manchester based Imagine converted most of them.
  15. Which Konami games were actually converted to the CPC by themselves? I thought it was UK softwares houses doing the job.
  16. You’d have to ask yourself why wouldn’t you?
  17. Ditto! I thought he was a gentle geeky guy. But then I guess he is from Texas.
  18. Posting this for those who’ve missed it. Apparently the mixes and sound quality are top notch. My copy arrives later this week. John Morales Presents Teddy Pendergrass – The Voice – Remixed With Philly Love
  19. Mr Monday

    WOO YEAH

    How about a bit of Miami Bass from Segment 2
  20. I’ve had a quick blast on Altered Beast, Golden Axe and Aurail, which is a really cool tank game with 3D sections.
  21. According to the MiSTer Facebook group Jotego’s System 16 core is now public and available via the update all script Major League (1985) Body Slam / Dump Matsumoto (1986) Alien Syndrome (1987) Quartet (1987) Quartet 2 (1987) Action Fighter (1986) Alex Kidd: The Lost Stars (1986) Fantasy Zone (1986) SDI (1987) Shinobi (1987) Time Scanner (1987) Sukeban Jansi Ryuko (1988) Tetris (1988) Wonder Boy III: Monster Lair (1988) Alien Syndrome (1987) Dunk Shot (1987) Time Scanner (1987) Bullet (1987) Super League (1987) Sonic Boom (1987) Charon (198?) Altered Beast / Juuouki (1988) Dynamite Dux (1988) Heavyweight Champ (1988) Passing Shot (1988) Sukeban Jansi Ryuko (1988) Tetris (1988) Wonder Boy III: Monster Lair (1988) Ace Attacker (1989) Bay Route (1989) ESWAT (1989) Excite League (1989) Flash Point (1989) Golden Axe (1989) M.V.P. (1989) Tough Turf (1989) Wrestle War (1989) Aurail (1990) Ryu Kyu (1990) Atomic Point (1990) [NOTE: Unlicensed] Snapper (1990) [NOTE: Unlicensed] Cotton (1991) Riot City (1991) Touryuumon (1995) Fantasy Zone II DX: The Tears of Opa-Opa (2008)
  22. This channel is well worth checking out as the quality of the recordings is fantastic. The particular example trounces the version on Tidal.
  23. I know it’s not really out there in terms of the genre. I’m surprised it wasn’t posted before.
  24. You’re a braver man than me! How about this one which is slightly more credible (maybe)
  25. That Webster Lewis and Love Unlimited Orchestra track is amazing. Seems to be hard to get on CD and my vinyl buying days are long gone unfortunately.
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