Extra Extend your obscure gaming with everyone's favourite egg, Dizzy.
"Hello everyone. Dizzy here. You may remember me from such ZX Spectrum classics as Fantasy World Dizzy, Magic Land Dizzy and Dizzy goes to the Job Centre. Yes, I was quite the celebrity back in the eighties, regularly selling out the after-dinner speaking circuit up and down the country. Then came the sad decline. I started to believe my own hype, refusing to do more than 50 screens per game, taking all sorts of low budget action roles while that cheap copy Seymour moved in on my turf! Oh well, Daisy may have left me and I may well be reduced to jumping about for coins like some absurdly gymnastic chicken ovulation but I still have my dignity...or did I have to drop that so that I could pick up a watering can? No matter. Welcome to the section of Obsolete Worlds, where we dig out obscure secret stuff and easter eggs from beneath the shrubbery of gaming's past and examine new ways to liven up old systems. Now watch me bounce! Weee!"
Neo Geo Pocket - The Secret Screens
Watara Supervision - TV Link
Neo Pocket Flash Masta SD
Replacing the Obsolete interface of the original Flash Masta with a modern USB connector brings the Neo Geo Pocket's original flashcart somewhat into the 21st century, but is it too late to keep up with developments elsewhere? Find out in our full review.
A2Heaven returns to another of our favourite obscure handhelds with another all-in-one solution that makes duck hunting on ebay a thing of the past.
Watara Supervision Multi-Flash Cart
A true labour of love for one of obsolete gaming's most ridiculed handhelds, this new product from innovative Bulgarian techies A2Heaven, is a mightily well crafted all in one solution to the Supervision problem.
A2Heaven continues pumping out Multi-carts for obscure handhelds of yore! This time it turns its attention to the Timlex Gamate. Is this one as good as the others? Find out in our exclusive review.