Retro Video Game Night #011

Written by Aidy.

Date: 24th June 2016
Tournament: Mario Tennis - Doubles (N64)
Tournament Winner: David & Andy

This was the 2016 summer edition of the Retro Video Game Night and there's no better way to spend a summer's evening than in a dimly lit museum drinking beer and playing old video games! We got out a few classic "summer" games including Track & Field 2 on the MSX and California Games on the Sega Master System.

Ian pulled out all the stops with his doubles tournament on Mario Tennis and one lucky raffle winner walked away with a BBC Master.

An Evening With Ocean Software (14th Apr 2016)

Written by Aidy.

Simon Butler and co are making there way to Cambridge in a couple of weeks for a special one off event where they'll be talking about their life and times at Ocean Software! There will be a chance to ask questions and to get things signed and we'll also have a lot of their original titles out to play on the original systems.

For more details and tickets checkout the link below.

Tickets
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An Evening With Ocean Software

Music For Geeks (9th Apr 2016)

Written by Aidy.

We're trying something at bit different at the Centre for Computing History next month. Music For Geeks is a brand spanking new event featuring live electronic music inspired by both old and new technologies. We’ve got four very talented musicians playing a range of electronic music from chiptunes performed on original retro video game hardware to ambient electronica played using the very latest synths, laptops and tablets.

For more details and full line-up checkout the ticket link below.

Tickets
http://www.computinghistory.org.uk/det/40529/Music-For-Geeks-mpegasus-Jellica-Jake-Alone/

Music For Geeks

Retro Video Game Night #010

Written by Aidy.

Date: 11th March 2015
Tournament: Karate Champ (MAME)
Tournament Winner: Mr Jack

First Retro Video Game Night of 2016!

Unfortunately this was the first ever night that I was unable to attend but from all accounts it was a great start to the year. We'd decided the theme this particular evening around obscure fighting games and so Ian chose Karate Champ his tournament , which was won by Mr Jack.