SWITCHBLADE AMSTRAD

 

<Switchblade is a computer platform game developed by Core Design and released by Gremlin Graphics in 1989.

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RETRO JAPANESE MACHINES

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Thanks to the Internet, nearly any game of the past can be downloaded and emulated, and almost every piece of information has been documented somewhere… except perhaps the world of Japanese home computers, arguably the last uncharted frontier for English-speaking games enthusiasts.

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NIBIRU

Nibiru is an Amstrad 8 bit Shoot ’em up game style by J.J. Garcia Aranda, in BASIC, using library 8BP, version V26b.

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NIGHT SLAVE

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NEC’s PC-98 series of personal computers are simply not known for having good action games. While most people haven’t even heard of these computers (despite their game library numbering in the thousands) those who do know of them will generally tell you the same thing: that most of their games are generic hentai adventures and therefore PC-98s are a waste of money.

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COLOSSUS CHESS

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Colossus Chess is a series of chess-playing computer programs developed by Martin Bryant, commercially available for various home computers in the 1980s.

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