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  1. News Speccy Mag Crash set for relaunch

    Fusion Retro Books, who specialise in publishing books and magazines on retro and the history of video games have announced that they are planning to bring back the much-loved ZX Spectrum magazine, Crash. Chris Wilson, founder of Fusion Retro Books says: “With Roger and Oli’s blessing, as well...
  2. News ZX Spectrum Next raises £1.8m on Kickstarter

    The latest Kickstarter for the ZX Spectrum Next finished last night and completely smashed its £250k goal by raising over £1.8 million. The ZX Spectrum Next is an evolution of the original ZX Spectrum, and based on the idea of what Sinclair could have made if given the chance at the time. The...
  3. Feature Round-Up of retro-gaming crowd funding projects : August 2020

    There’s a whole bunch of retro-game related croud funding projects being crowd-funded at the moment – here are a few of our picks. The ones nearer the top of the article are ending soonest, so act fast if you’re interested. Bear in mind that when you contribute to a crowd-funding campaign...
  4. News Emulator ZEsarUK to add MSX support

    It looks like the emulator ZEsarUX is to add support for the MSX system, as can be seen by the Youtube video below: The emulator by Cesar Hernandez Bano, currently supports Sinclair and ‘sinclair aligned machines’ such as Amstrad CPC Jupiter Ace and Sam Coupé. ZEsarUX runs on multiple...
  5. News New multi-platform text-adventure, The Curse of Rabenstein, out now

    Commodore Plus/4 Version The Curse of Rabenstein is a new horror text adventure from Stefan Vogt. The game is available on multiple formats: Commodore 64, Commodore Plus/4, Amstrad CPC, ZX Spectrum, ZX Spectrum Next, Amiga, Atari ST, MS-DOS and should you wish, ‘modern PC’. Vogt has previously...
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