Showing posts from April, 2010

Star Wars With The A-Team Opening Theme Music - Really Well Done Vid

80's - How Many Do You Remember?

80's Video Showing The Great Fashion Of That Glorious Decade

The 80's were pretty wild and the fashion was even wilder. It was loud, short and big! Here are some pretty good examples of what I am talking about, and if you grew up in the 80's, you know you wore at least some of this stuff! Some of you STILL do!

Paul Daniels Chimpanzee card trick

Pontins Advert (Only fair since we showed a Butlins one)

1983 Advert For Butlins - Wheres the Dodgems?

Domino Rally - Glow In The Dark Ghost Ride Set

Birds Eye Beef Burgers Advert From The 70's

Harold Faltermeyer - B Side Of Axel-F Shoot Out

The 7th Guest Introduction - CD Rom Game

Wing Commander III The Price Of Freedom - Introduction

Intro to one of the finest games ever made

Star Trek - The Next Generation: A Final Unity - Cinematic Intro

I remember it took me ages to get this game to work. Not enough extended memory (or was it expanded memory?)

Interplay's Star Trek 25th anniversary Amiga

The amiga version of this game, it is one of the few amiga games that requires an HD install. As such I take the opportunity to show a little of Workbench for the first 60 seconds

Star Trek game Amiga by Tobias Richter

The fantastic public domain game Star Trek by the legendary Tobias Richter! I loved this game, amazing graphics and atmospheric sound effects from the series!

Sinclair ZX Spectrum Game Clips + Music!

This video features footage from various ZX Spectrum games including classics like Starquake, 3D Ant Attack, 3D Starstrike, Cybernoid, Dynamite Dan, Chuckie Egg, Manic Miner etc. etc. The video ends with the brilliant destruction of an alien city from the game 'Glass'.

The video is backed by a SUPERB remix of Martin Galway's C64 'Arkanoid' theme (remixed by Lagerfeldt). The Arkanoid tune is of course a remix of Martin's ZX Spectrum music from the Ocean game 'Cobra' which is why I chose to feature it in this music vid.

This video is also available on the Back in Time Live Showreel DVD (with much better picture quality) - (it's in the retro DVD section!) ...