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- Summary: Vectrex Regeneration is a faithful recreation of the original Vectrex retro games console from the 1980s. Bringing a totally authentic experience, this extensive catalog of retro games will provide hours of classic gaming entertainment.**NOTE: Compatible with iPad 2 and up, and iPhone 4 and up - WILL NOT RUN ON EARLIER DEVICES. Optimised for iPhone 5 and retina iPad**FEATURES:• Get Minestorm for FREE• Access to many original titles including: Armor Attack Bedlam Bezerk Blitz Cosmic Chasm Fortress of Narzod Heads Up Hyperchase Pole Position Rip Off Scramble Solar Quest Spike Star Castle Starhawk Star Shiphip WebWars Plus more original titles coming soon • Play indie titles such as: Thrust Continuum Vector 21 War of the Robots Plus more indie titles coming soon • Original Vectrex unit, authentic sounds, game box art and history of the Vectrex• iCade compatible• Game Center support, with leaderboards, achievements and challenges!• Use additional iPhone/iPad as a controller over WiFiWays to play:• Play Minestorm and selected indie games for FREE• Buy the 'Mega Pack' to unlock all the original games, iCade and WiFi controller for just $6.99• Buy 'paid' indie games - priced individuallyNow you can take a Vectrex with you wherever you go!------------------------------------------------Get in touch with us:http://www.vectrexregeneration.comhttp://twitter.com/vectrexregen… Expand
Nov 29, 201280Vectrex Regeneration wraps that emulation in a jaunty 3D interface, offers most (soon all) of the original game library for those who like the free-download taste, and has trimmed it all with subtle touches that do make a difference. It all comes together to deliver an impressive Vectrex experience, even despite a few rough-start issues that are being presently addressed.
Dec 5, 201270It's always tough to score such retro collections because no matter how it's presented, these are 30 year old games. They're done well though and realistically. There might be a few bugs and glitches to be found, but it's still an excellent way of rounding up an important part of gaming history.