Paul Davies talks with Walter Day, a renaissance man who single-handedly
founded e-sports movement and established the centre of the video game
universe in a small town in Iowa. We not only talk about Walter’s love
for video game and how he founded Twin Galaxies but we also explore his
passions away from the arcade.
If you’ve ever wanted to find an episode of Retro Asylum which contains
arcades, high score tables and transcendental meditation then this is
the show for you.
Links and show notes:
Revival Solstice 2016
Twin Galaxies http://www.twingalaxies.com/
The Walter Day Collection http://thewalterdaycollection.com/
Arcade Raid- The Duke of Lancaster Ship
The King of Kong: A Fistful of Quarters
Chasing Ghosts: Beyond the Arcade
In this episode we celebrate the 25th birthday/anniversary of the first Lemmings game by taking a look at the first five games in the series. Games covered are Lemmings, Oh-No! More Lemmings, Lemmings 2 The Tribes, All New World of Lemmings, and 3D Lemmings.
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In this episode of Retro Asylum Dean Swain, Matt Wilsher & Steve Erickson discuss the newly announced ZX Spectrum Next, THE 64 & SEGA Megadrive Hub. Meanwhile Paul Davies talks to Henrique Olifiers, co-founder of Bossa Studios and co developer of the ZX Spectrum Next in our exclusive interview.