Earlier this year when appearing on the news, it was noticed that Andrew Gwynne MP, Shadow Minister for Public Health had a VIC-20 on his desk. We reached out to Mr Gwynne, not to ask about his ideas for health policies, but to chin-wag about old Commodore computers! Was the VIC-20 your first computer? Yes, … An Interview with Andrew Gwynne MP, Shadow Minister for Public Health and VIC-20 lover!
If you had a Commodore Plus/4 then you probably played Icicle Works at some point. It was created by young programmer, Doug Turner, who also went on to make a handful of other games (Fingers Malone, Prospector Pete). Turner is about to launch his first Plus/4 game in nearly 35 years: A sequel to Icicle … Interview with Icicle Works programmer Doug Turner, plus new Plus/4 game!
Did you know you can play some ZX81 games on your iPhone? We speak to Kevin Palser about his ZX81 emulator for iOS devices. We assumed that Palser grew up with a ZX81, hence writing the emulator, but that wasn’t the case at all! “I never owned a ZX81 whilst growing up” says Palser. “The … “When watchmakers made computers” – an interview with Kevin Palser on his iOS zx81 emulator
The Macintosh was never really a gaming machine. Sure, there was the big hits like Marathon, Escape Velocity or Myst – the must-have games for Classic Macintosh owners – but there was one game that was probably played by more users of Macintosh System 7.5 than any other: Jigsaw Puzzle. Jigsaw Puzzle had replaced a … Interview: Marjory Kaptanoglu, author of the Macintosh System 7.5 Jigsaw App