Retro Video Game Night #017

Written by Aidy.

Date: 8th December 2017
Tournament: 2 Player Lemmings (Amiga)
Tournament Winner: Rob

The final and also busiest retro night of the year with nearly 150 people in attendance. The usual burger van pulled out at the last minute but the static one round the corner was nice enough to stay open late for us. Lord Conrad premiered a new beer and Ian introduced us to two player Lemmings. Great night, great selection of games with a selection of Christmas tunes and videos playing throughout the evening. All in all it was awesome way to round off 2017.

Jet Set Willy Music Video (Making Of)

Written by Aidy.

Did our second day of filming for the Jet Set Willy music video yesterday! So we're nearly there, Dave is now working his movie magic in the editing room , so we should have something to show for our efforts in the not too distant future.

Jet Set Willy Studio Antics

Written by Aidy.

Sick Room Studios

Just back from a weekend at Sickroom Studios where we've been hard at work on a brand new track entitled Jet Set Willy. Once it's gone through it's final tweaks then we'll work out how and when we'll release it to the world.

Jet Set Willy Rehearsals

Written by Aidy.

Jet Set Willy Rehearsals

We're all geared up to head into the studio this weekend to work on a new British IBM track entitled Jet Set Willy. Have just spent the evening in a rehearsal room in Cambridge playing through it over and over again to ensure that can actually play it as a band and now we can!

Win a signed copy of Zombies Ate Our Roadies!

Written by Aidy.

Zombies Ate Our Roadies

That's right folks! You can win your very own copy of Stuart John's Zombies Ate Our Roadies for the Acorn Electron signed by himself and the British IBM.

All you have to do is complete the game and send a screenshot of the ending to: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

First two people to do it win! It's that simple.

You can download the image from our shareware section and play it in your emulator of choice here:
http://thebritishibm.com/index.php/shareware

If you simply can't wait to own this gem of a game then head over to Stuart's site Acorn Electron Today where you can buy yourself a copy for a mere £1.99.