As well as "classic" reviews from the magazines of yesteryear, Everygamegoing includes original reviews. At the moment, all reviews on the Everygamegoing site are written by Dave E, who writes the Retro Round Up for Micro Mart, and used to run the Electron User Group. The following list shows all of the games Dave E has reviewed. Click the title of the article to go directly to it.
Cronosoft, the long-time Spectrum publisher, is back with two new games this week. Dave Edwards has got hold of the first copies to let us know if they're good enough that you should part with your pennies
This month, almost everything "new" is a conversion or revamp of either an Eighties arcade machine (Astro Blaster, Carnival, Popeye), an Eighties icon (Boulder Dash) or an original Eighties trend-setter (Palace Of Magic). Join David Edwards as he discovers if there are more diamonds amongst them than the obvious gleam in Rockford's eyes...
Palace Of Magic 2016 (Acorn Electron, Every Game Going)
From the infeasible through the illogical to the magical and the downright painful, David Edwards continues his never-ending quest to promote the best new software for 80s machines, and warn us off the rest...
The Infeasible Game (Spectrum 48K, Ian Munro)
The Adventures Of Amy Concave (Amstrad CPC464, Ego-trip)
Flubble And Squij (Commodore 64/128, Psytronik)
Black Horse (Spectrum 48K, RetroWorks)
iLogicAll (Spectrum 128K, Ubhres)
Published in Micro Mart #1422: July 2016 Special (2016-04-21)
Dave E rounds off the year in style with a countdown of this year's best releases, a look at new games for the Nintendo and Spectrum and an announcement that heralds a new first port of call for any game you might care to name...
Alter Ego (Spectrum 48K/128K/+2/+3, RetroSouls)
Land Of Mire Mare (Spectrum 48K, AGD Homebrew Games)
Alter Ego (Nintendo (US Version), RetroSouls)
Chrimblast (Spectrum 48K/128K/+2, Dave Hughes)
Published in Micro Mart #1393: December 2015 Special (2015-12-01)
Dave E checks out two puzzle games, a malfunctioning spacecraft and a planet of death. Then he goes back to work in an office and ends up a slave to the undead. All in a day's work for the Retro Round-up
Request In Peace (Spectrum 128K, Climacus)
Cray 5 (Spectrum 128K, Monument Microgames)
Hard Hat Harry (Acorn Electron, Retro Software)
Red Planet (Spectrum 48K/128K, Salva Kantero)
The Return Of Traxtor (Spectrum 48K, Juan J. MartÃnez)
Pixel Quest (Spectrum 48K/128K/+2/+3, Einar Saukas)
Published in Micro Mart #1386: November 2015 Special (2015-10-29)
Retroland buzzes as long-thought Daffy Duck finally gets released, leading Dave Edwards to examine just why finding an unreleased masterpiece seems to garner even more respect than developing and writing your own new one...
Dreamtime (Acorn Electron, Heyley)
Dreamtime (BBC B/B+/Master 128, Heyley)
Daffy Duck: The Great Paint Caper (Commodore 64/128, Hi-Tec)
Poltergeist (Dragon 32, Radio Shack)
Published in Micro Mart #1382: October 2015 Special (2015-10-01)
The Sinclair ZX Vega hits the high street, bringing old and new Spectrum games to the masses. Along with the usual plethora of new games, Dave Edwards investigates just how much of an impact the Vega will have on the retro gaming scene...