Space is a dangerous place. What with alien fleets causing trouble and what not. Thankfully, space is defended by the Star-Fleet and their battle starships, and that’s where you come in with Starship Command, a 1983 release for the BBC Micro (Model B) & Acorn Electron.
A point and click adventure classic which was originally released on the Apple Mac back in 1987 but made famous with its release onto the Nintendo Entertainment System in 1989 has recently been released in a completely new re-imagined version for PC & Mac. The premise to the game is that you the player must […]
Space. The final frontier. Also home to a bunch of horrible monsters, hell bent on conquering us apparently. I remember playing this in the arcades when I was pretty young, and while it disturbed me at the time, it was also exciting. The cabinet was pretty big and the artwork and attract mode instantly drew you in. Blood! Guts! […]
Air world 2. This level of the air world has removed the horrible death pits that plagued the first and replaced them with one of the most labyrinthian level designs ever devised (this is a common complaint of the game). The objective of this level is another mace swinging purple demon (though this time garbed […]
Hello Retro readers, I’m Nic and I make very bad decisions sometimes. In writing my first piece for Retro Domination I’ve decided that, rather than simply do a review of a game that holds so much infamy, I would instead resume the hunt for the white whale of my young gaming life. Think of this […]
Star Wars Arcade for the 32X was basically a port of the popular Arcade Cockpit Version most of us would have seen or played in the early 90’s. The difference being that the 32X version included extra levels, this could be selected in the menu option under 32X mode. You could also play the original […]