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  1. In order to satisfy my lust for Centipede I checked out the ZX Spectrum (Timex 2068) version on tape. Got a load error but managed to get it running nonetheless. It's may not be a legal port but it was produced and brought out on tape commercially back in the day. It is partly written in basic but the ZX was quite a fast machine when it came to basic so that doesn't have to be a drawback - even with arcade games. And this version really plays well and feels like the 'original'.
  2. Okay so it's the sequel. The Nes goes without the original - at least to my knowledge is does. Check it out. It plays well. The 2600 version is just as good and very similar to the Centipede game on that console.
  3. Checking out Centipede on the Mattel Intellivision.
  4. My Centipede mania continues. This game is a pleasant surprise when you haven't played it before. The gameplay is quite fast. The 'ship/pod' controls very well with precise movements possible - even more so than on the 2600 on my systems at least. The spider is as creapy as the arcade original and the animations of all the on screen baddies is amazing. This shows off the 'arcade quality graphics and gameplay' of the Colecovision.
  5. Checking out Centipede on the Atari 7800 console.
  6. Taking a look at the 1990 Capcom shmup '1941 Counter attack'. This game was originally released on the CPS-1 system that is very similar to the Megadrive, Genesis, AtariST, Amiga, Neogeo range of systems that were out there back in the day. The combo motorola 68000 and zilog Z80 is found in a lot of the systems back in the day.
  7. Capcom's 1984 shmup 1942 which was the first game int he 19xx series of shmups produced by Capcom. A lovely 8 bit game that has been ported to various home computer systems back in the day. There's an excellent port on the MSX2 I showed a couple of videos ago.
  8. The Capcom 19xx game from 1995-1996 running on the CPS-2 hardware. Portrait mode game very well executed. Still one game left in this series to show you and that is 1943 which will appear in the next review.
  9. A little video on the Capcom shmup 19xx from the golden era of Shmups. Mind you this was totally unscripted.... it should have been a little scripted as the narration is well.... kinda rough 😛 Title soundtrack by ZombieAndy1979 http://www.youtube.com/user/ZombieAndy1979
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