The magical golden acorns are the cause of dispute between the forces of Light and Darkness. When war finally breaks out, the acorns mysteriously disappear.
The objective of the game is to find the five missing acorns and deposit them in the sacred san (...)
The Adventures of Rudolphine Rur narrates the adventures of a gnome who lives in an idyllic environment and who, due to circumstances, discovers that his brother Agostine is in a predicament, so he decides to undertake the journey in his search from the f (...)
The Amstrad PCW version has finally been preserved, thanks to Habisoft, It has fixed a boot bug to make it playable. As on other adventures of the valencian group, commanded by Andres Samudio, it has the graphics and descriptions of the 16-bit versions (...)
A thousand years after Traxtor saved us, comes a new challenge that we must face.
Following the guidelines set out in its first part, we once again have at our disposal a game that follows in the wake of 'Tetris', with its own touch, only this time it (...)
I had been wanting to comment on some of @reidrac's games for a long time, which I discovered one day on Twitter commenting on the development of a martian for MSX, to later verify that he had a prolific career in the production of games for the most dive (...)
Honestly, puzzle games have never appealed to me very much. Perhaps because they come to despair due to their monotony, head warming and in many cases, above all due to the absence of an ending, as in the mythical but desperate Tetris.
However, I must (...)
In 2021, eleven years after the release of the original version, Óscar Toledo (nanochess) has ported the game to MSX and Colecovision. You will not find any substantial difference, except the use of the sound chip. Excellent news, no doubt. (...)
In 2014, Retroworks released 1581The Charm, a swashbuckling adventure game for Spectrum 128K, with a story behind it.
And it is that the game was not an original creation, but it was a remake of an unreleased game from (...)
The work of a video game analyst must be impartial and objective, but there are times like this, in which knowing in advance that it is a Retroworks game, the body and mind are already predisposed to make a positive criticism and also, with the addition o (...)
Ninth of the thirteen installments in this series published by Hobby Press, which included various games and utilities (most in Basic) that accompanied many of us in our first steps with the Spectrum.
I must admit that I was not a big fan, the Load 'n' (...)