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  1. Videopac Website to remain online

    Videopac Website to remain online

    A website dedicated to the Philips Videopac (or Magnavox Odyssey 2 depending on where you're from) is to remain online. The website videopac.nl was due to go offline in April 2023, but owner, Robbert Jansen, has had a change of heart. In the newly updated forums, he told visitors "The more I...
  2. Lemon64 celebrates 25th Anniversary with big site update

    Lemon64 celebrates 25th Anniversary with big site update

    Popular Commodore 64 website, Lemon64, has been relaunched in celebration of 25 years online. The website has been updated to work better on mobile, while still retaining that classic Lemon-look. The website was launched in 1998 by Kim Lemon and has become one of the world's most popular C64...
  3. New book explores the afterlife of the floppy disk

    New book explores the afterlife of the floppy disk

    The once ubiquitous floppy disk, which started its decline after Apple decided not to bother with a floppy disk drive on its new "Bondi Blue" iMac in 1998, now lives on mainly in skeuomorphic-form as the "Save" icon. But the floppy disk doesn't want to die, and Floppy Disk Fever, the first...
  4. New Book: Acorn – A World In Pixels

    New Book: Acorn – A World In Pixels

    Available later this month is Acorn – A World In Pixels, a book showcasing the games history of the BBC Micro and Electron. The book contains 476 pages and featured a foreword by Richard Hanson of Superior Software, and cover illustration by Ste Pickford. Television and radio presenter, Iain...
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    Bitmap Books to launch atari 2600/7800 visual compendium

    Bitmap Books are continuing their Visual Compendium series with the Atari 2600 and Atari 7800. Like the previous books in the series, the guide will be a visual nostalgia-fest for fans of the Atari consoles. Previous books in the series have included C64, ZX Spectrum, NES, SNES, Amiga...
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