RETURN magazine writes:
Come get some!
26 years ago, in January 1996, a 2D game entered the third dimension and attracted attention with cool gameplay and crude humor. Duke Nukem 3D wasn't really a 3D game at all - which didn't stop fans of the first-person shooter genre from supporting the Duke in his fight against the aliens who want to kidnap our women with crude sayings.
50 years of Atari - it's already been half a century since a small company in California founded an industry that would one day be worth billions a few decades later. Starting with Pong and Computer Space to the home computers and game consoles for which games are still being developed today: Our report Graphic Adventure on the VCS enters its 2nd part in this issue, and for Atari's last console, the Jaguar, a new game, Gravitic Mines, has recently been released, which we also take a close look at.
For the friends of the Commodore 64 we have a little sensation ready: The dungeon crawler Eye of the Beholder has been implemented pixel-perfectly. And with Shadows of Sergoth, a dungeon RPG has also been released for the Amiga, which we take a closer look at. Other new games for C16, Plus/4 and the Game Boy are tested in the issue, we look at the arcade games Rolling Thunder and Crazy Taxi, and much more.
Come get some: Duke Nukem 3D
50 years Atari
Demake for the C64: Eye Of The Beholder
Zapped through XL: Woman power!
MiSTer - The little wonder box
Shootin' 64 Part 3: Third-Person-Shooter
Retro collections for the modern systems
Graphic-Adventure on the VCS - Part 2
New and pixelated: TMNT - Shredder's Revenge
The Shadows of Sergoth (Amiga)
Gravitic Mines (Atari Jaguar)
New for C16 and Plus/4: Lykia
RETURN to play XBox
Arcade classic: Rolling Thunder
Crossover: Crazy Taxi
and many more themes
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