This is no obligation to buy, I just need to know how many people would be interested in purchasing the print edition of Retrocade Magazine's premiere issue Winter 2012.
Our target price is $8.99 USD plus shipping
in the US and abroad for 108 pages of classic gaming goodness
. I know there are people that have expressed interest all over the world for a print edition.If you are interested
, please go to the following URL and fill out the Contact Form: http://www.retrocade...com/contact.htm
When pre-orders are open, I will send out a mass email with instructions as well as post to this forum.We have two previews available:
Preview #1 is available from http://www.retrocademagazine.com/
and it contains a full article along with sample content that you would expect to find in the magazine.
Preview #2 is available for members of the Retrocade Magazine forums exclusively. That preview contains a full article as well and sample content found in the magazine. Forum registration is free and you can link to the forums from the RetrocadeMagazine.com www site.The digital edition is on sale now.Here's why you should be reading Retrocade Magazine:Retrocade Magazine (aka R'cade Mag) is a niche magazine
that focuses on what people consider to be truly classic: from the origins of video gaming up until the mid 1980s. We will cover everything from Tennis For Two up to the NES and will be the only classic gaming magazine out today to do so. Why is that special? Because you will not be reading a magazine that is watered down and spread thin
through many generations of arcade and console games.
R'cade Mag is the only classic gaming magazine out today that has comprehensive classic gaming live tournament coverage
with final scores, photographs and interviews.
R'cade Mag is the only classic gaming magazine today to offer online electronic scoreboards and tournaments for forum members
and subsequently publishes all of those scores. All three tournaments
on the R'cade Mag forums thus far have been a huge success
R'cade Mag is the only classic gaming magazine out today that offers free advertising to arcades
. As a matter of fact, all the advertising
found in the digital edition of R'cade Mag's premiere issue was given away for free
R'cade Mag is the first magazine
to review two hot new home brews: Moon Cresta (7800) & Vector Pilot (Vectrex).Featured content in the premiere issue
Computer SpaceA retrospective on the first coin-op video arcade game by Kevin Armstrong of ComputerSpaceFan.com
Unlocking the Cage On Donkey Kong JuniorCatherine DeSpira investigates the lost Donkey Kong Junior world record set in the early 1980s
The King of 3: George Riley Takes on Junior and the King of All KongsAn interview with George Riley (aka "homerwannabe"), the best Donkey Kong 3 player on the planet
Out Of the BoxRudy Ferretti discusses his vision of a paid (yes paid!) electronic athlete with full benefits. A topic that has drawn a heated discussion over various Internet forums, Rudy gets uninterrupted, equal time to explain how it would work.
High Scores ArcadeAn interview with Shawn & Meg Livernoche, owners of a classic arcade in Burlington, NJ
The Old Warehouse At TNT AmusementsPhotographs of TNT Amusements' former 10,000 sq feet warehouse and commentary for TNT president Todd N Tuckey regarding the arcade business' past and future. Tuckey has been in business for over 30 years.
Tron and Robotron: 30 Years Of Classic Gaming (and Counting)A review of Jeff Spega's new book and a full chapter excerpt. This is a great book that I finished in two sessions!
Destroying the RingsMy report on setting the new world record on Star Castle (Vectrex) and Twin Galaxies not accepting it.
Moon CrestaA review of the hot new home brew for the Atari 7800.
Vector PilotA review of the hot new home brew for the Vectrex - possibly the greatest title ever released for the Vectrex.
Mario Bros: How the Console Ports Stack UpR'cade Mag reviews Mario Bros. ported to the Atari 2600, 5200, 7800, ColecoVision and NES. Includes an interview with Collectorvision's J-F Dupuis and a guest review by ColecoVision multi world record holder Tom Duncan.Reviews
Over 10 pages of classic console game reviews from home brews to old brews to prototypes.
Atari 2600 vs IntellivisionComparing the hardware and software between the two consoles.
Comparing the CX-40 and Proline Joysticks
Plus:results of reader surveys, complete Retroboards scores, tournament coverage, arcade scoreboards and more!