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.
It's that time of year again, CPCRetroDev2016, where Amstrad game-writers far and wide come up with new and original games in search of glory and cash. It's a great time to be an Amstrad gamer, everyone proclaims. But, unsurprisingly, Dave Edwards finds something to complain about...
Commodore 64 coder Richard Bayliss was recently an x-force to be reckoned with. Now he's put together psychedelia and space invaders for its completely free sequel Let's Invade. Dave Edwards decides it's time to fire up his C64 emulator
Let's Invade (Commodore 64/128, The New Dimension)
You've never heard of Monument Microgames?! That's not surprising actually - they've been quiet for two years. But they're back, and Dave Edwards has got his hands on their latest, surprisingly good, Spectrum game
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)