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  1. As a backer of the first Kickstarter, I’ve certainly got no regrets. It’s a great machine which gets lots of use and with a much stronger user base now due to the success of the second Kickstarter l should imagine that we will see a lot more software developed for it.
  2. You can always add a pi zero yourself at a later date. Personally if I had the money, I’d go for the accelerated version.
  3. In this episode Dean and Steve talk to Daz and Taggster from The Arcade Perfect podcast and debate which home micro version of the Star Wars arcade was the best plus Nintendo’s recent Super Mario Bros Game & Watch is discussed! https://traffic.libsyn.com/secure/retroasylum/RA_Arcade_Perfect.mp3
  4. I’m sure that even if they don’t reach the 1.5 mill, Head Over Heels will still happen. Probably just have to pay for it though.
  5. I got Burger Time today. Out of all of the ones that I have, the screen feels really small. The sprites are tiny!
  6. Very happy with my BennVenn SD cart.
  7. I believe it’s this one. My postie tried to deliver mine yesterday while everyone was out. Got to wait until tomorrow now to get it.
  8. Not really as I’m enjoying the new “Next” titles for it too... They look great on a crt too by the way.
  9. Well I prefer my games to look as nature intended. I can’t stand old games on modern screens.
  10. Someone might go down that route at some point but the Next relies on FPGA hardware to perform so many of its tricks. It just wouldn’t be the same machine.
  11. That’s a separate issue and I don’t think it’s one that can be resolved. Remember though that the timings issue mainly affects newer games that use special timing techniques to get around colour clash problems. You can still pick up monitors with VGA ports for next to nothing if you don’t mind having another monitor on your desk. Personally I use mine via RGB on a Sony Trinitron so no such issues arise.
  12. There’s a slice of retro for everyone as Dean and Steve talk about the Evercade handheld console by Blaze, Matt looks back at the demoscene, plus Chris and Mads talk to two of our Patreon’s about their favourite games. https://traffic.libsyn.com/secure/retroasylum/Episode_230_Segments_Edited.mp3
  13. Ha, no mate Steve paid for his out of his own pocket and mine was a gift from my kids for father day. It’s very rare that we get sent freebies, podcasts are not seen to be worthy unlike a lot of YouTube channels.
  14. There’s a slice of retro for everyone as Dean and Steve talk about the Evercade handheld console by Blaze, Matt looks back at the demoscene, plus Chris and Mads talk to two of our Patreon’s about their favourite games. https://traffic.libsyn.com/secure/retroasylum/Episode_230_Segments_Edited.mp3
  15. They’ve gone back onto pre order for the next batch. I’ve got all of the games sitting in front of me right now In fact, here is my review of Baggers In Space:
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