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Art Alive - Sega Megadrive

Become the modern day equivalent of Constable, Picasso or Da Vinci with Art Alive - the first art package ever produced for the Megadrive! You are given the digital equivalent of a blank canvas, along with the necessary binary paints and crayons ... Read More

Latest Features

The UK Arcade Scene

The UK Arcade Scene

13 Aug, 2014 - Do you remember the good old days of arcade gaming in the 80s and the 90s? Most towns would have several arcade joints, sometimes in dedicated buildings, sometimes in the halls of taxi ... Read More



Jaz Joins the Retronauts to Discuss UK Games History

15 Jul, 2014 - If you are looking for a nostalgia trip then the Retronauts podcast is always a good place to go. This week's edition of the podcast features none other than Julian 'Jazza' Rignall who ... Read More



Jaz Joins the Retronauts to Discuss UK Games History

Flash Carts - Every Retro Gamer's Dream

Flash Carts - Every Retro Gamer's Dream

08 Jul, 2014 - Back in the early '90s, if you'd have told the average Mean Machines reader that one day they'd be able to fit every single SNES game onto a piece of plastic no bigger than a postage ... Read More



Media Vault

Damien's Writing - DOS Gaming (gTM)

Before Windows 95, CD-ROMs and graphics cards came along, being a PC gamer was a hard and often brutal experience. While console gamers simply plugged in their cartridges with the minimum of effort, PC owners had to tackle the horrors of MS-DOS. ... View media item

DOS Gaming (gTM)

Staff Member Spotlight

Tony Takoushi

Tony Takoushi - Creator

The creator of the \'Mean Machines\' section of CVG. Tony has led a pretty varied and interesting career in pretty much every field to do with videogames - including developing them!

Read his biography or read the exclusive interview


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