RetroMagazine World #19 – Eng – July 2023

People involved in the preparation of this issue of RetroMagazine World (in no particular order):

  • Alberto Apostolo
  • Dr. Andrea Q.
  • Carlo N. Del Mar Pirazzini
  • Daniele Brahimi
  • Mic the Biker Novarina
  • Francesco Fiorentini
  • Leonardo Miliani
  • Roberto Del Mar Pirazzini
  • Ingrid Poggiali
  • Giampaolo Moraschi
  • Giuseppe Rinella
  • Marco Pistorio
  • Michele Ugolini
  • Eugenio Rapella
  • Salvo Cristaldi
  • Germán Gómez Herrera
  • The Orbital Crew
  • Simone Camminata
  • Francesco Bizzini
  • Querino Ialongo
  • Barbara “Morgana” Murgida
  • Cover & full-page image: Giuseppe Mangini
  • Cover layout: Carlo N. Del Mar Pirazzini

Editorial by Alberto Apostolo – To Infinity and beyond…

The year 2022 is coming to a close, so it is natural to do some reflections. As if the pandemic were not enough, then a war broke out that may drag on for a long time. Finally, the fear of being left out in the cold and penniless with creeping inflation eating away at our hard-earned savings.
Let’s cling to RetroMagazine World as a providential lifeboat in a stormy sea of events.
But it is not an escape from reality. All RetroComputing enthusiasts form a worldwide community connected by the Internet, and we believe that sharing ideas, games and projects should foster brotherhood among people. Then we feel more responsible and less frivolous.
Our editor Francesco Fiorentini compared the early issues of the magazine, when they reviewed old 80s and 90s games, with the latest publications where they talk about video games made in this period. You got it right! New stuff, not just memories of the past! In addition to video games, we also publish articles where we describe how to make some repairs or how to somehow connect an old computer to modern devices (laptops, LCD monitors, memory cards, etc.).
There is no shortage of tales of historical anecdotes and educational articles that could be an inspiration and improvement in everyday work.
In addition, RetroMagazine World continues to pursue the project of forming itself into an association to which one can subscribe and wants to always be there to give voice and space to anyone who has something interesting, like a self-respecting news magazine.
In short, the journey that began 5 years ago continues, and like those brave astronauts who first saw the Earth from the Moon, the Editors of RetroMagazine World wish you a Merry Christmas, a better 2023, and may God bless all of you on dear Earth!


  • Atari VCS/2600
  • iQue – the (un)protections
  • Grundy New Brain, the renegade Sinclair
  • Commodore 64 PLA for dummies
  • Susi strikes again (for C64 and beginners)
  • Code optimization for MSX BASIC
  • Turbo Pascal + Assembly: fading text in DOS
  • May the FORTH be with us – part four
  • Atari 50: The Anniversary Celebration
  • Retro Gadgets… building up a Game Boy…
  • Assembly debugging (C64, Kick Assembler)
  • Sensible World of Soccer: a story still going on in Italy
  • Nolan Bushnell: ageless innovator
  • Japan – part 21: live in your world, play in ours
  • Zak McKracken, the B-movie game
  • ListAmiga – The 5 (+1) Amiga soccer games from Qatar World Cup
  • RM Console
  • None of us (Amiga)
  • Devil’s Temple: Son of the Kung Fu Master (Amiga)
  • Advanced Busterhawk Gley Lancer (MD)
  • Kidou Soukon Dion (SNes)
  • Star Fox Ex (Snes)
  • New Joe & Mac:Caveman Ninja (Multi)
  • Turrican II AGA (Amiga)
  • Bosconian (Atari XL/XE)
  • Duck Hunt (C64)
  • Toki (CPC 128)
  • Stevedore (MSX)
  • Alice Sisters (MD)
  • Kiki Kaikai Advance (Pocky & Rocky with Becky) (GBA)
  • Project Blue (Nes)
  • Sega’s Wonderboy (Amiga)
  • Muddy’s Racers (C64)
  • Terrestrial (C64)
  • Supercooked! (SNes)
  • Wyvern Tales (Lynx)
  • Gremlins (C64)

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