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Our ninth instalment of our 12 Years of Retro-Christmas visit to the past includes the Nintendo Entertainment System (it really became popular in 1988!), Mario, all sorts of arcade games like Afterburner, and the Korg [more…]
Our sixth instalment of our 12 Years of Retro-Christmas visit to the past includes the Atari ST, Commodore 128, The Goonies, Knight Rider and Teddy Ruxpin! Also, the eighth wonder of the world: The Clapper. [more…]
Christmas graphics and sound demos were common software for 1980s home computers. Most of them were public domain and circulated by users groups, while there were a few commercial offerings, such as the Ziggy Christmas [more…]