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Old 90s games: Classic Star Wars games

Old 90s games: Classic Star Wars games

Gaming
Old 90s games - The Star Wars film series has had video game spin-offs nearly since its inception. The first crude adaptation was Star Wars: The Empire Strikes Back for the Atari 2600 back in 1982. But the best classic Star Wars video games didn't arrive until the 1990s, when LucasArts would pioneer platform, simulation, and arcade-style titles for the franchise. As technology improved, these types of gameplay would merge in the Star Wars video games of the 2000s. Star Wars Video Games for Classic Consoles The early 1990s, the old 90s games, saw a boom in the development of Star Wars video games, coinciding with the beginning of the Star Wars expanded universe. New Star Wars platform games, based on the original trilogy, were licensed for the major systems of the era, includin...
Retro mini games: Breeding Animals in Zoo World

Retro mini games: Breeding Animals in Zoo World

Gaming
Old 90s games - One of the most important aspects of Zoo World in the retro mini games series is the ability to breed a portion of the animals, about 20%. Like with buying the animals, breeding them progressively gets more and more expensive. The cheapest one is $2,450 and takes only 4 hours, while one of the most expensive costs a whopping $320,000 and takes 120 hours. The following assistance assumes players have not purchased any Wildlife points and/or have no intention of doing so. The Different Levels of Breeding There are four ranges of breeding in this one of the popular retro mini games: easy, medium, hard and expert. The harder it is to breed, the more Wildlife points are earned for completing a level. Yes, the all-important Wildlife points (WL) can be earned through bre...
Old 90s games: Kirby Super Star

Old 90s games: Kirby Super Star

Gaming
Old 90s games - Published by Nintendo and HAL Laboratory for the snes in 1995 and later in 2010 for the Wii's Virtual Console, Kirby Super Star had quite a legacy to live up to. The original old 90s games were whimsical treks through dreamland that exemplified a unique brand of platforming which became much beloved over the years. Kirby Super Star, sadly, falls a bit short of its predecessors. All the pieces for a great Kirby game are there, but it is cut into pieces, like an early mini game collection or party game, to the point that it loses the whimsy players fell in love with. A World Divided Kirby Super Star was a bold step forward for Nintendo. It was a precursor to the numerous mario retro game party and multiplayer N64 games which would follow in years to come, emphasizin...