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CRASH 2022 Live Event Announced

Date: This will be confirmed mid-June - either 26th November or 19thWhere: Bescott Stadium, WalsallOnce the date is confirmed, I will create an Event page for the show here on Facebook. The Vision: 1) 40+ Sinclair systems for visitors to play - ZX81, Spectrum 48K. Spectrum +, Spectrum 128 Toastie, +2, +3, Spectrum Next, N-Go, QL and more in the CRASH section. Peripherals galore.This section will be split into sections
Commodore 64 Reviews

Little Computer People – Review

David Crane and Activision wanted to try something different in the mid-1980s, and the end result was the Little Computer People Discovery Kit containing the House On A Disk. Onscreen a side-on view of a miniature house was revealed, with each room having an activity or movement associated with it. Into this moved a Little Computer Person (LCP) and his pet dog; a unique code on each disk gave a
News ZX Spectrum

Spectrum 40 for Charity!

There is a brand new ZX Spectrum bundle on in support of Special FX. A member called Quantum Sheep has rounded up 25 Spectrum Inide devs to offer up their games for charity - what we have currently on offer is 35 Spectrum games for a measily price of $10. There are some cracking titles as part of the bundle including The Swarm is Coming, a game that recenly

Sound of Mastertronic CD and Cassette

A the last week of the Kickstarter approaches for the The Commodore 64 Collectors Guide to Mastertronic campaign, a rather special perk has just been added. The guys have teamed up with to offer a Sound of Mastertronic CD and Cassette.To get one, just pledge on the Kickstarter and the CD and Cassettes are within add-ons. Link to the campaign is: The tracks to be included within these limited perks are: SIDE 1:-
Commodore 64 Reviews


Despite the bizarre decision to name this game “Chop ‘n Drop” in the US, International Karate Plus continues System 3’s venerable ‘IK’ tradition of having well-animated and large characters going at each other with the intention to score points with well-placed single strikes. To up the stakes, IK+ makes it a free-for-all between three characters, allowing the two that scores the most points to continue. To sweeten the deal, as
Commodore 64 Reviews


The first casualty of war is innocence… Ocean secured the rights to the hit film about Vietnam and promoted the video release on its loading screen, while the packaging included a free audio tape of Smokey Robinson’s Tracks Of My Tears. Multiple game types recreate key moments from the film. First the player must hunt through the jungle to blow up a bridge and reach a village, avoiding tripwires and