Classic Electronic Games Celebrated In Retro Gamer

Darran Jones

Retro Gamer gets e-lec-tron-ic.

Published on Aug 10, 2012

This month’s Retro Gamer features a world exclusive feature about some of the most important electronic games to ever get released. We’ve spoken exclusively to Chris Rycroft, the co-founder of Grandstand to discover the origins behind Astro Wars, Caveman, BMX Flyer and other classic handheld games.
We also celebrate the Commodore 64’s 30th anniversary, speak to the key developers of the Amiga’s shareware scene and catch up with Andrew Braybrook to discuss the creation of his hit C64 game Uridium.
If that wasn’t enough, there’s an interview with Keith Hamilton, the lead designer of Grand Theft Auto, an exhaustive look at some of the PC Engine’s best and quirkiest games, as well as the best Nintendo games that you’ve never played.
Chris Rycroft speaks to Retro Gamer. You can read the full article in issue 106, on sale 16 August, priced £4.99. Get your copy from all good newsagents, the Imagine Shop, Zinio or iTunes.



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