In addition to specific games, we have a collection guide to editing software projects from the 1980s, a review of Brian Howarth’s Digital Fantasy and antasy and an overview of games made on a construction machine. We also have two other gifts: a fantastic sticker with classic Sega sprites and their iconography, and a guide to the most important Mega Drive games. We have articles on the development of Savage, RockN’ Roll Racing and EyeToy: Play, the final guide to arcade sports Konami, WEC Le Mans and a minority report on the 8-bit Atari series. Our cover story goes deeper into the technology of this 30-year-old console, and leading creators such as Mark Cherney, Trip Hawkins and Rieko Kodama give us their expertise. Retro Gamer Issue 182 was released today, and if you’re a Mega Drive fan, you won’t want to miss it. Retro Gamer is part of Future plc, a leading international media and digital publishing group. If all this makes you want to see some 16-bit hits, we’ve also reviewed the new classic Sega Mega Drive collection. And of course we also have regular favourites, including Retro Revolutions, Hardware Heaven and The Unconverted. Our interview this month with Matt Gray, the musician behind games like Last Ninja 2 and Driller. Future Publishing Limited Quay House, The Ambury, Bad BA1 1UA. Now you can buy the edition at all good kiosks for £5.99 or order it directly from us at MyFavourite Magazines. England & Wales, registration number 2008885, visit our company website. There you will also find lots of other information there.