PLATO is the great, great, great granddaddy of the online computer network. Developing forums, email, multiplayer networked games, screen sharing, and instant messaging, it is responsible for many of the things we take for granted today. AJ and Joerg take a deep dive with IRATA.ONLINE’s Thomas Cherryhomes into why PLATO
So this time we have 2 videos from our editor Andrew (Merman) again:
1) Exploding Fish: A special behind the scenes video looking at EXPLODING FISH from Chris Stanley and Megastyle.
This video includes an unboxing of the limited edition tape version (with its Melbourne House-inspired artwork), a look at
The old classic MP3 Player Winamp has been continued!
It can be downloaded in the version 5.8 at https://www.winamp.com!
Now that winamp is continued, did you know that Scene World’s staff member nodepond did an interview with its programmer Justin Frankel 10 years ago? http://digitaltools.node3000.com/interview/170-justin-frankel-on-winamp-and-the-reaper Way to go, Martin! #Winamp
The first retrogamescon bourse in Annweiler / Gernany happens on Dec 1st!
Saturday, December 1, 2018 at 11 AM – 6 PM
Landauer Straße 1, 76855 Annweiler, Rheinland-Pfalz, Germany
And also important to mention, Nafcom of Scene World will lead the competition gaming events there! So come and meet him!
Scene World wrote on Facebook:
“the new Zzap64 (ZZAP Annual 2019) has been #unboxed by our very own Andrew Fisher ! Check it out and enjoy! :)”
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Senad Palic, a known retro scener wrote on his Facebook about his new project he is doing together with herrkaschke: LEIKKI – The Games Culture Calendar for Germany, Austria and Switzerland (in German).
Check it out at https://leikki.net
Scene World wrote: Our very own gaming expert looks at Thalamus Digital’s latest re-release (including receiving a Zzap64 Sizzler) after their successful Kickstarter:
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Scene World wrote: On our gamescom recording equipment, we have found a file thought to be lost, So if you ever wondered what NicoGrupp of Solar Powered Games looked like during the Highrisers interview at the Assemble Team booth: