Updates, Updates, and More Updates!
As Mark Twain used to say "The reports of my death have been greatly exaggerated". It's been a long time since our last update, but we're back with a whole new batch of protos for your eyeballs to take in.
First we have not one, but two protos for Halloween, the famously violent game from Wizard. Up next we take you to the core of Terra I with VentureVision's Innerspace (better known as Laser Gates). Keeping with the spirit of the Olympics, we take you tack-side with a newly discovered PAL prototype for Track and Field. We also take time to explore the Atomic Arena with Atom Smasher.
Next we take it down low with some interesting but non-playable prototypes. Presented for the glorious adoration of your eye holes is the Golf Diagnostic cart, and Amiga Power Play Arcade series of cartridges.
What you want more? Ok, how about a previously unknown Starpath game called Going-up??? We also take the time to deep dive into the Atari Peek-a-Boo prototype and discover what makes it tick (as well as how to play the darn thing!).
Still not enough? You're killing me here! Ok take the curious case Missile Command, Defender, and not one but two Surfs Up protos. All these protos are slightly different from the released versions and were found in the possession of former Video Soft founder Jerry Lawson.
What, you want blood from a stone? Alright, take this review of Donkey Kong Junior for the Atari 8-bit.
Finally we have two previously unknown children's games for the 5200: Astro Grover and Muppet Go-Round.