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Tuesday, August 28, 2007
The third issue of RGCD, the freely downloadable retro discmag, is now available. Blast Arena for the GBA is its featured review this time around.

Amongst the 28 other games covered are Hurrican, Burn the Trash, Frazy and Zub for the PC, as well as Joe Gunn for the C64 and Blizzard's Rift for the Spectrum. This issue also has part one of an in-depth article about the history of the man behind Llamasoft, Jeff Minter.

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Anonymous James Monkman (RGCD) said at 8/28/2007 12:24:00 PM:  
Whoop! Thanks for the plug Prospero!

However, you failed to mention that there's a review of a game called 'Millenipede' by some guy who lives down the road from me... Have you played it? ;)
Anonymous James Monkman (RGCD) said at 8/28/2007 12:30:00 PM:  
Actually, while I'm here I may as well list the full contents:-

Featured Game:
Blast Arena Advance Cart (GBA)

Retro Reviews:
Aqua (Amstrad)
Barbie Seahorse Adventures (PC)
Blizzard's Rift (ZX Spectrum)
Burn The Trash (PC)
Daedalian Opus (MSX)
Elevators Amiss (Atari 2600)
Fraxy (PC)
Frogger '07 (VIC20)
Gangsters (Atari XE/XL)
Hurrican (PC)
Ifrit (English Translation) (PC)
Io (The Remake) (PC)
Joe Gunn (C64)
Kikstart (C64)
Lemmings DS (NDS)
Malaika - Prehistoric Quest (MSX)
Marble Logic (C64)
Millenipede (PC)
Reaxion (GBA)
Sniper (Atari XE/XL)
Spiga (PC)
Stranded 2.5 (ZX Spectrum)
Thrust Advance (GBA)
Traffic Jam (MSX)
The Rebels (C64)
Ultra Violent Worlds (Amiga)
Urban Legend (PC)
Zub (PC)

Doppelganger Preview (PC)
Lead 8K Preview (Atari 2600)
Llamasoft: The Dromedary Years (Part One) (Misc)
MMC64 (C64)
Sonic MegaMix (SMD)
Streambolt Desero (PC)
Blogger Prospero said at 8/28/2007 02:39:00 PM:  
*chuckle* Funny you should mention that, I reckon it looks quite good, must give it a try! ;)

Congrats on getting one step closer to bi-monthly-ness. Hard as it is, the mag keeps getting even better :)