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Thought this might be a good topic given that Mad Magazine is going to cease publishing new content. Which means probably years of reprinting Spy Vs Spy strips! I loved this back in the day. I missed the window for buying it in the 80's but played all three games during it's second wind as magazine covermounts. It's big novel thing was couch co-op edit: competitive play with one of the early examples of split screen gaming. The first one is probably the most focused of the three. Some people back in the day preferred the Speccy version as being black and white made it truer to the source material.
The Retro Games Night is back! This time with more games, consoles, bartops, competitions and more! Come and join us in the gig room at the Belgrave Music Hall in Leeds for more Retro Gaming Fun. We have approx 25 of the best retro games to play, bartop arcades including the Dreamcast Cabinet, there will be four tournaments to enter (Street Fighter 2, Street Fighter V, Super Smash Bros and Pokken Tournament) Also we will have a couple of sellers or games, and merchandise. The big screen will be up for some Street Fighter action and the beer will be flowing all night. So head on down straight after work, have a beer and a game! The Venue The Belgrave Music Hall and Canteen - Gig Room. 1 A Cross Belgrave Street Leeds LS2 8JP The Date Friday 12th August 2016 - 5pm - Midnight Admission £2 Check out the Website http://retrogamesnight.co.uk Join our facebook group https://www.facebook.com/RetroEventsLeeds and check out our other events coming up too! Tell us you are coming on the facebook event page: https://www.facebook.com/events/636637899817162 Follow us on Twitter: https://twitter.com/RetEvents Come along and join in the fun and get some great stuff for the collection too!!
Rollercoaster Tycoon 2. The best in the series. Made by one man in assembly language. Impressive. The problem is due to that it's never been ported. Well now some nice devs have started converting the game to C++. This has allowed all sorts of cool things. From proper HD support, better buttons & controls in game, built in twitch streaming and multiplayer. Yep, multiplayer. I was playing it last night, 10 of us on our server building a giant park together. It's really stable considering it's nowhere near finished: That's not from my game, but there are a couple of people playing there. You can communicate with the built in chat client. How do you play this? Easy. Install RCT2 (I have the GOG version). Get the OpenRCT2 launcher: https://openrct2.org/downloads (Usually best to get the latest build) Install and point it to your RCT2 installation. Run the game from the new OpenRCT2 icon It's that easy. I'll be on this evening if anyone fancies a game.