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    Really impressive, although it looks a bit shitty

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    Looks better than most Speccy games with their colour clash sprites!

    If you haven't played a classic game in years, it's never too late to start!


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    Remember Dynamite Dan the colour clash man?

    I've been trying the MSX emulator and surprisingly the original version of Knight Lore runs slower than the new MSX2 version.

    I'm slowly having a run through of all these Homebrew apps for the DS.
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    The RetroWorks MSX2 remake of KnightLore is indeed very nice. The game looks great in more colour. Shame the MSX wasn't more popular in Europe.

    The same company have also remade Sir Fred for PC.

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    I forgot to update this when I found it but they also made an Alien 8 Remake although it is a lot sluggish.

    However here's a rare treat for all those who have a card for the DS. The attached 2 games have never been commercially available and do not show up on most ROM sites. The first contains Oil Panic, Donkey Kong and Green House and the second (which has some Japanese text but is perfectly playable) contains Parachute and Octopus.
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    I have a whole set of Game & Watch which includes these games.

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    Here's some piccies to show how they look on the DS.

















    Shame they didn't put Donkey Kong II on the second collection.
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    Those look great.

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    They are a bit of retro heaven. I just have to get used to the DSi controls being better than the 26 year controls on Donkey Kong. I will get a high score of 999 again.

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    Just been on the DSIWARE site and it looks like the big N are loving the G&W as they've released 3 as downloadable games. Mario's Cement Factory, Chef and Judge.
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    In a little bit of miggy related news I've found the lemmings DS site which has all 292 levels from Lemmings, Oh no more Lemmings and XMAS Lemmings '91 '92 '93 '94. All I can say is it's miggy Lemmings on the DS.
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