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Slap my Imp up: Bullfrog's Dungeon Keeper

Antique Code Show Monsters need to earn a living too
Lucy Orr, 12 Sep 12:02

Happy Birthday Tetris: It's flipping 30

Antique Code Show Soviet bloc blockbuster
Giles Hill, 06 Jun 09:04

Smash 'n' grab: Fighting GODZILLA in your lounge? Read this first

Antique Code Show Fat and bloated? How dare you!
Lucy Orr, 16 May 08:32

Archive.org web trove hits FOUR HUNDRED BEEEELLION pages

Wayback machine even shows how El Reg looked as a young vulture in the summer of '97
Simon Sharwood, 12 May 04:01

Source code for world's first MUD, Essex Uni's MUD1, recovered

Ancestor to countless online worlds to be released as open source
Simon Sharwood, 02 May 07:33

Xenon: Bitmap Brothers' (mega)blast from the past

Antique Code Show Classic Amiga and ST scroll-play gaming
Giles Hill, 19 Mar 10:35

Flying Toaster screen savers return on GitHub

You thought CSS was evil? Here's proof
Simon Sharwood, 17 Mar 02:02

Vertical take-off and laughing: Space Harrier

Antique Code Show It's 1985’s oddest arcade release
Giles Hill, 18 Feb 10:03

The CURSE of WHO: WHY has there never been a decent videogame with the Doctor?

Doctor Who @ 50 The Antique Code Show desk gets the facts
Tony Smith, 07 Nov 12:12

Ding-dong, Cthulu calling: Infogrames’ 1992 Alone in the Dark

Antique Code Show Crawling chaos in the classic classic house of horrors
Giles Hill, 31 Oct 09:04

It's Grand Theft Auto 5 day: Any of you kids remember GTA the First?

Antique Code Show Top-down car takin’, money makin’ action from the late 1990s
Giles Hill, 17 Sep 13:30

Myst: 20 years of point-and-click adventuring

Antique Code Show The genre-defining game that made us all buy CD-ROM drives
Tony Smith, 03 Sep 09:03

Starwing: Nintendo, Argonaut's Brit boffinry and the Super FX chip

Antique Code Show World + Fox introduced to true 3D: gaming never the same again
Giles Hill, 15 Aug 09:03

Unreal: Epic’s would-be Doom... er... Quake killer

Antique Code Show The best single-player FPS of its generation?
Tony Smith, 16 Jul 10:05

Prince of Persia: Baggy trousers and curvy swords

Antique Code Show Jordan Mechner’s animation classic
Giles Hill, 01 Jul 11:06

Thirty-five years ago today: Space Invaders conquer the Earth

Antique Code Show Bleep Bleep PEW Bleep Bleep PEW PEW BLEEP BLEEP
Tony Smith, 05 Jun 08:30

Star Trek: The original computer game

Antique Code Show Into darkness: back to the 1970s, Basic and Ascii art
Tony Smith, 03 May 09:33

Sonic the Hedgehog

Antique Code Show Sega's spikey blue erinaceinus across platforms, across time
Giles Hill, 11 Apr 12:00

SimCity 4

Antique Code Show Well, burgher me backwards
Mike Plant, 14 Mar 12:04

SimCity 3000

Antique Code Show The massive first-person 3D city sim that never was
Mike Plant, 07 Mar 12:00

SimCity 2000

Antique Code Show Spline of the times
Mike Plant, 01 Mar 10:04

SimCity Classic

Antique Code Show Micromanage your own mock metropolis
Mike Plant, 22 Feb 10:28

Earthworm Jim

Antique Code Show Groovy!
Lucy Orr, 11 Dec 08:00

Taito's Double Dragon

Antique Code Show Works wonders?
Andy Davies, 22 Nov 08:00

LucasArts' Dark Forces

Antique Code Show Star Wars meets Doom in this classic first-person shooter from 1995
Tony Smith, 05 Nov 08:00

Valve's Half-Life

Antique Code Show Our very own Tesla Girl recalls a year in physicist Gordon Freeman's company
Lucy Orr, 17 Oct 07:00


Antique Code Show Conquest mode
Lucy Orr, 26 Sep 11:00

The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time

Antique Code Show Cucco Gank
Lucy Orr, 12 Sep 07:00


Antique Code Show Plasma TV?
Lucy Orr, 29 Aug 07:00


Antique Code Show You only live twice?
Lucy Orr, 15 Aug 11:00

Spy Hunter

Antique Code Show Captured by the game
Lucy Orr, 25 Jul 10:03

Streetfighter 2: The World Warrior

Antique Code Show 1990s beat master
Giles Hill, 18 Jul 07:00

Ten... highlights from 40 years of Atari

Antique code show Pong on...
Caleb Cox, 27 Jun 16:48

Speedball 2 Brutal Deluxe

Antique Code Show Foul play
Lucy Orr, 20 Jun 11:00


Antique Code Show Halo's forerunner
Tony Smith, 06 Jun 11:00
Return to Castle Wolfenstein

Return to Castle Wolfenstein

Antique Code Show As a nipper during the 1970s and early 80s, there can't be a war movie I haven't seen, either at the cinema or on telly on a rain Sunday afternoon. You can surely say the same of Grey Matter Interactive, because its Return to Castle Wolfenstein lets you play pretty much every famous war film scene.