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Who Framed Roger Rabbit

Now here’s a bit of a forgotten gem… I think this was one of the first Amiga games I ever owned (it may have been bundled with the computer, I genuinely don’t remember), and it also became a game that I slightly obsessed over - especially the final level in the gag factory. I was determined to pull off each gag perfectly, but I always ran out of time. In fact, as I type this, I’m resisting the urge to fire up the emulator and try and do it all over again…

I’m selling my copy of Roger Rabbit on eBay, if anyone reading this would like to give it a good home.

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Spider-Man and the Human Torch By Mark Bagley

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It Came From The Desert

Really, what more can you say about this? It’s very definition of a classic, and the type of game they literally don’t make any more. Obviously “inspired” by Them! this game is probably single handedly responsible for firing up my love of 50’s B-Movies. Like all of the other Cinemaware games I owned, I never managed to get anywhere near completing It Came From The Desert - something which I think I’ll attempt to rectify with the emulator…

I’m selling my copy of this on eBay, if anyone reading would be interested in giving it a good home.

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Pretty great little Rogue Trooper fan film…

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Spidey & Mary Jane by Humberto Ramos.

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BombJack

Another trawl through the old computer games brings up this wee classic. For those who don’t know, BombJack was just a game where you had to leap around screens collecting bombs and… Well, that was it, really. It was a ridiculously simple game, but, man-oh-man it was just so addictive and outright playable I spent hours of my youth playing it…

It’s killing me to do this, but I’m selling my copy of BombJack on eBay, if anyone reading would like to give it a good home.

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Spider-Man, Black Cat and Hobgoblin by Arthur Adams

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