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Bandit Gaming: Ikaruga Ported to the Texas Instruments TI-83 Graphing Calculator

Over 13 years ago when Treasure released Ikaruga to the world- well Japanese arcades and then the Sega Dreamcast- gamers were in awe of the graphics and challenge that Ikaruga posed.  Eventually the world got Ikaruga on the Nintendo Gamecube,

New Game: Dragon Quest II Now Available on Android with Slightly Updated Graphics and Gameplay and Decent Price

Square Enix are known for releasing full blown role playing games on mobile devices. Not just the usual flick or tap type affairs either. Square Enix are also known for giving their mobile releases console prices and fans have complained

New Game: Jack B Nimble is a Game Boy Looking Endless Runner for iOS

Who would have thought that the original, salad green, Game Boy would be inspiring game developers 25 years later? We can add Jack B. Nimble for iOS to the list- it also hit Windows, Mac and Linux platforms awhile back.

Hardware Hack: Game Boy Goes HD with HDMIBoy

The original Game Boy, and the follow ups such as the Color, literally changed portable gaming over the decade plus life they enjoyed. Competition came from everyone including Atari (Lynx) and Sega (Game Gear and Nomad) and even NEC (Turbo

Hardware Hack: Donkey Kong Style Game Boy Advance SP Custom Case

The name Vadu Amka shouldn’t be all that new to too many people reading this, after all he did create a special Sega Genesis/Mega Drive hardware mod that was pretty popular. Now, Vadu Amka has taken to modding the Game

Kick in the Teeth of Bad Guys in Vigilante on Turbo Grafx-16 – Today in History – August 19th, 1989

The Turbo Grafx-16 launched with two arcade titles, Vigilante and R-Type. The Sega Genesis on the other hand launched with several arcade ports (all but two, I believe). Vigilante is believed by many a gamer to be the spiritual successor

Bandit Gaming: Angry Birds Cross onto the Sega Genesis

Angry Birds is one of those games that has transcended gaming and brought in non-gamers much like Myst did in the mid 90’s. What started out as a mobile game, that was as casual as you probably could get, has

New Game: Super Scrapped Robot is a New Twin Stick Shooter Resembling the Original Game Boy

The original Game Boy is quite a limiting platform, that is a fact, but a lot of developers got quite a bit of gameplay out of those limitations. While Super Scrapped Robot: Finding the Next Hat is not exactly a

Ebay: Atari Lynx Driving School Educational Release Up For Auction

Okay, in the United States, and most of the rest of the world, the Atari Lynx was pretty much a commercial failure. While an interesting portable, it really had no chance against the cheaper Game Boy, even though that Nintendo

New Game: Flappy Bird on the Nintendo Game Boy

We know some of our readers are sick of hearing about Flappy Bird but there are still a ton of people that are still interested in this game. For those readers, you will probably be happy to know that Flappy