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26 Sep 2018
After Burner: Sega’s jet-fighting, puke-inducing arcade marvel
Antique Code Show Top Gun-inspired 1980s crowd pleaser
15 Oct 2015
The Breakfast (Table) of Champions: Micro Machines
Antique Code Show Desktop gaming in every sense of the phrase
30 Jul 2015
Shadow of the Beast: Amiga classic returns from the darkness
Antique Code Show 16-bit showcase game that was just too tough to be fun
25 Jun 2015
King's Bounty (1990): Enter the kleptomaniac dragon
Antique Code Show Employ a mighty army, locate a symbolic staff
21 May 2015
Mortal Kombat: Brawler gaming's quintessential gorefest
Antique Code Show 'So real it hurts'
21 Apr 2015
Telly behemoths: Does size matter?
Feature And in Blighty, does class matter even more?
01 Mar 2015
Drinking games: Tapper 1983, this Bud's for you...
Antique Code Show We can't vouch for the taste, but the ambience is great
12 Feb 2015
Grand Theft Auto 1997: 'Sick, deluded and beneath contempt'
Antique Code Show But oh how we love it
14 Jan 2015
Ghosts of Christmas Past: The long-ago geek gifts that made us what we are
Product Roundup ZX computers, Meccano and more
25 Dec 2014
Q*bert: The Escher-inspired platform puzzler from 1982
Antique Code Show You had to be elegant then, there was no brute force option
24 Dec 2014
Star Trek: The original computer game
Antique Code Show Into darkness: back to the 1970s, Basic and Ascii art
03 May 2013
Blighty's revolutionary Cold War teashop computer - and Nigella Lawson
Geek's Guide to Britain Nuclear missile with your sponge finger, sir?
27 Mar 2013
Laptop innovator Moggridge dies aged 69
Remember the Grid Compass?
09 Sep 2012
Symbian, The Secret History: Dark Star
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23 Nov 2010
Psion: the last computer
Special Feature Secrets of the Sony we never had
26 Jun 2007