Atari‘s classic arcade game, Paperboy, has been converted to a wide variety of different platforms. We recently played through them all to see which were the best, and here’s our list…
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The 1983 Parker Bros. release of Gottleib‘s Q*bert was a reasonable success on the ColecoVision.
Simply: a collection of games based on the infamous 1818 Mary Shelley novel, Frankenstein; or, The Modern Prometheus.
Mike Tyson’s Punch-Out!!, NES/Famicom
Mike Tyson’s Punch-Out!! was developed by Nintendo R&D3 and was first published by Nintendo in 1987. It is considered by many to be one of the greatest boxing video games ever made, with well-animated cartoon-style characters and an intuitive and responsive control system.
Atari Jaguar Special
The Atari Jaguar is a fifth-generation video game console that was first released in North America in 1993, and Europe in 1994, and is infamous for a number of reasons.
Data East‘s classic arcade game, BurgerTime, has been converted and cloned many times since its initial release in 1982.
Games Beginning With ‘C’ Week
It’s time for another random celebration of video game goodness!
This week I’m posting grabs of games beginning with the letter ‘C’… 🙂
Here’s a full run-down of what was posted (in published order):
Chakan: The Forever Man, Megadrive/Genesis (1992)
Cadash, Arcade (1990)
Castlevania: Dracula X, Super Nintendo (1995)
Castlevania: Curse of Darkness, XBox (2005)
Chiller, Commodore 64 (1985)
Chiller, ZX Spectrum (1985)
Chiller 2, Commodore 64 (2020)
Clockwork Knight 2, Sega Saturn (1995)
Colt Canyon, PC (2020)
Crysis, PC (2007)
Championship Pool, Game Boy (1993)
Combat School, Arcade (1987)
Commando, Atari 7800 (1989)
Crash Bandicoot, PlayStation (1996)
Crime City, Arcade (1989)
The King of Grabs
Happy New Year 2023
As 2022 draws to a close we wish you a happy new year for 2023!
The King of Grabs
The King of Grabs is five years old
Today, the 21st December 2022, is the fifth birthday of this website – thekingofgrabs.com. So happy birthday to us! Here are a few facts and quotes about this website, and some links to our recent favourites…
2000AD is a famous, British science fiction comic that was first launched in 1977 (26th February 1977 to be precise), and I distinctly remember getting and reading the first issue and being hooked from that moment on. 2000AD pulled no punches, with its hard-hitting fantasy storylines and stand-out characters, and it made a big impression on anyone who read it.