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  1. 10 Best 8&16bit Intro Tunes [Home Computers] - It's a Pixel THING - Ep.#35

    Here's my personal Top 10 Intro Tunes from 8 and 16 bit home computers of late 80s and early 90s:

    [URL="https://www.youtube.com/user/ThePixelTHING"][B]10 Best 8&16bit Intro Tunes [Home Computers] - It's a Pixel THING - Ep.#35[/B][/URL]
    [video=youtube;1QL7RaN6L9Q]https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1QL7RaN6L9Q[/video]
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  2. Time for a change of focus

    Well, I have had great fun with the kids over Christmas on the miggy, and have got them into Dynablaster etc.
    The previous onset of Amiga Fever meant that the inside of my a1200 was getting rather crowded, especially in the corner with the IDE-Fix express, double CF adapter, cabling for the DVD drive, and Indy Mk2 plus fan etc. I was regularly having to open the case to reseat stuff, and so have reassessed what I want for the moment.
    I have therefore removed the DVD drive, and IDE-Fix ...
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  3. MX vs ATV Unleashed [2006, PC] Overview - It's a Pixel THING - Ep.#34

    Finally, after 6 years of waiting, Motocross Madness fans saw a proper follow up that included, out of the box, a friendly track editor: The Unleashed Editor. Let's take a look at some great stuff that fans continue to make with that awesome tool:

    [B][URL="https://www.youtube.com/user/ThePixelTHING"]MX vs ATV Unleashed [2006, PC] Overview - It's a Pixel THING - Ep.#34[/URL][/B]
    [video=youtube;OkXGE74J0tE]https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OkXGE74J0tE[/video]
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  4. Dakar 2 [2003, PS2] Playthrough - It's Play Time! - Ep.#2

    It's Dakar rally time! :)[B][URL="https://www.youtube.com/user/ThePixelTHING"]

    Dakar 2 [2003, PS2] Playthrough - It's Play Time! - Ep.#2[/URL][/B]
    [video=youtube;_AQuaLPg4oA]https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_AQuaLPg4oA[/video]
  5. Nintendo 3DS and DS Multi-player Essentials

    Though handheld consoles tend to, quite rightly, be geared towards single-player games, the onset of wireless technology meant that such machines have been able to break free of the awkward link cables of times gone by, allowing for much more convenient multi-player experiences where it's fitting to include them.

    Over time, I've found that there are some Nintendo 3DS and DS games with real multi-player sticking power, and I'm going to share them here, in no particular order.
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    Updated 4th January 2015 at 22:13 by NinjaRabbit

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