Four-rotor encryption rarity goes under the hammer
Antique Code Show Top Gun-inspired 1980s crowd pleaser
Free exhibition on 'The Enchantress of Numbers' today
Plan calls for games once Big in Japan to become small in Japan again
Antique Code Show Desktop gaming in every sense of the phrase
Video Retro-gamers rejoice: There's an Amiga emulator too
IBM Model 1401 can hash, will produce a Bitcoin some time after the Sun explodes
Elves vs. Dwarves argument among retro-devs as Men just get on and play improved game
You’d need to connect it to your Deja VDU
12-Spectrum network assembles orchestra to play Mahler symphony
Antique Code Show 'So real it hurts'
Welcome back to *kah-zzeeep* the old printer age
Antique Code Show The granddaddy of game consoles
Antique Code Show We can't vouch for the taste, but the ambience is great
Comment Are we seeing an embryonic disk SAN killer tech?
Botched bookshelf bound for Bletchley after beating scrap merchants
World's largest semiconductor kit maker says demand is back
Antique Code Show You had to be elegant then, there was no brute force option
Antique Code Show The WoW factor
Antique Code Show Take me dancing naked in the… graveyard
Monday sunshine for tech consultant
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Antique Code Show Baywatch for nerds?
Antique Code Show Soviet bloc blockbuster
Antique Code Show Fat and bloated? How dare you!
Wayback machine even shows how El Reg looked as a young vulture in the summer of '97
Ancestor to countless online worlds to be released as open source
Antique Code Show Classic Amiga and ST scroll-play gaming
You thought CSS was evil? Here's proof
Antique Code Show It's 1985’s oddest arcade release
Doctor Who @ 50 The Antique Code Show desk gets the facts
Antique Code Show Crawling chaos in the classic classic house of horrors
Antique Code Show Top-down car takin’, money makin’ action from the late 1990s
Antique Code Show The genre-defining game that made us all buy CD-ROM drives
Antique Code Show World + Fox introduced to true 3D: gaming never the same again
Antique Code Show The best single-player FPS of its generation?
Antique Code Show Prince of Persia was surely one of the most ubiquitous Dixons demo titles of the early 1990s. Mesmerised onlookers gazed at the smooth-moving, cartoon-like animation, while bewildered sales drones looked on wondering whether any of these humans would ever manage to get past level one.