This Case Turns Your iPhone’s Backside Into A Game Boy, Letting You Play Tetris And Other Classic Games

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The iPhone Game Boy case featuring Tetris and other classic games snaps onto the rear of an iPhone ranging from the iPhone 6 all the way to the iPhone X, and is a fully functioning Game Boy wannabe as it comes pre-loaded with multiple games.

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MiniDoom 2 reimagines the classic shooter as a delightfully dark 2D platformer

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It’s been 25 years since id Software first released its iconic first-person-shooter Doom, and I still can’t get enough of the dark, demon-filled universe the company’s dream team created. No wonder I’m so taken by Studio Calavera’s gorgeous 2D take on the classic, which features beautiful pixel art, a hot new soundtrack, and challenging retro platformer gameplay. Developed by a tiny team of three, MiniDoom 2 is a remake of the unofficial 2D game that brothers Felipe and Juan Carlos Porcel made a couple of years ago as part of a game programming course they taught. This version fleshes out…

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We talk to Beamdog about Siege of Dragonspear for mobile, classic D&D RPGs, and why a level editor won’t be coming any time soon

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Siege of Dragonspear is available right now on the App Store. It’s a stand-alone game that fills some of the story gaps between Baldur’s Gate and Baldur’s Gate 2. It’s also the first bit of official new content for the series in more than a decade.

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Play Joust, Robotron: 2048, and other classic games at Ready Player One’s online arcade

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A big appeal of Ernest Cline’s novel Ready Player One was its reverence toward the pop culture of the 1980s, from movies to video games. As the big-screen Steven Spielberg adaptation inches closer to theaters, the marketing masterminds at Warner Bros. have been tapping into that nostalgia with Easter egg-filled trailers, and now there’s an online arcade with a number of vintage games to play.

Ready Player One takes place nearly 30 years in the future, where the real world has fallen into dystopic disrepair, and citizens find refuge in a massive, interconnected online world known as the OASIS. When the creator of the system dies, he leaves behind a treasure hunt, where fans can solve puzzles and clues based on ‘80s pop culture in order…

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Want to start a museum? This guy is selling his computer collection that includes 80 classic Macs

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Logitech’s Craft keyboard gets new SDK, support for Adobe’s Lightroom Classic CC and core macOS apps

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Logitech this week enabled new Craft keyboard functions on the Mac for Adobe Lightroom Classic CC, Spotify, and Safari, Preview, and QuickTime.
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Vintage computer museum on sale with 80 classic Macs

Many people can’t bear to part with their old computers, and slowly build a collection of aging models in their basement. Benj Edwards has taken it to the next level; he owns at least 228 unique devices, many of them classic Apple products going back to the 1980s, and he’s put them all up for […]

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Classic SNES game Chrono Trigger gets godawful PC port


Square Enix surprised fans today by releasing Chrono Trigger on Steam, making it the first time the cult classic has been ported to PC. Fans should be cheering. Instead, they’re groaning over the game’s terrible quality. The Steam release appears to be a port of the seven-year-old mobile version of the game. Let’s just say this particular version doesn’t look good on Windows. It has the tile-based interface, intended to go hand-in-hand with touch controls, an ugly font, and buttons which stay in the corner of your screen the whole game. This looks like someone’s first attempt at an RPG Maker…

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[Classic] Weekend Poll: Do you use a custom launcher on your phone?

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Probably the single most appreciated aspect of Android is its capacity for extensive customization, and many first dip their toes into those tailor-made waters with a custom launcher. It’s been six years since we first asked this question, and we’ve come back to it regularly. But it’s time to ask it again: Do you use a custom launcher?

Every once in a while we like to revisit the same subject as an earlier poll, just to see how opinions may have changed.

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Review: Alto’s Odyssey—a worthy follow up to a classic?

Today, the endless sandboarding journey from Alto’s Adventure creators launched for iPhone, iPad and Apple TV a day early. We’ve had the last few weeks to test it out and while a lot of the mechanics the same, we found it a thoroughly satisfying follow-up to a classic.

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