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The School Of History: Sylvester & Tweety: Breakfast on the Run

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Back in the 1990s, when Nintendo still ruled the land, there were all manner of irrelevant games that tried to tie into movies or TV shows. It seemed that if a developer had an idea but couldn’t work out how to market it, it’d just slap an instantly recognisable figure on the box and hope for the best. In 1998, Sylvester & Tweety: Breakfast on the Run was released, an isometric platformer that was fun, but lacking in both context and relevancy. Read More »

The School Of History: Vinyl Goddess from Mars

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In 1992 Epic MegaGames threw their hat into the lucrative platforming ring with Jill of the Jungle, now fondly remembered alongside the likes of Duke Nukem and Commander Keen as a fine slice of platform history. Three years later, a mildly raunchy spiritual successor to Jill called Vinyl Goddess From Mars was developed by a company that no one had ever heard of, and no one would ever hear of again. Read More »

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