Do you fancy a 486 that (almost) fits in the palm of your hand? Do you miss LAN parties or couch gaming with your friends? Have you thought about disembodied brains that can play Pong? If any of the answers to those questions is yes or no or even if you simply like old computers/consoles/games then this is the show for you.
Stick around until the end for this week's community question of the week!
00:00 - Show Opening
09:58 - How Many Brain Cells Does It Take To Play A Game?
Story Link: https://edition.cnn.com
24:43 - Chasing The Halo High
Story Link: https://babylonbee.com
42:35 - Tiny 486/Pentium Era PC Using New Components
Story Link: https://youtu.be
The HDD Clicker: https://www.youtube.com
54:35 - Community Question of the Week
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This Week in Retro is a weekly roundup of the hottest stories from the world of retro gaming and computing, voted on by you, the listener! Hosted by Neil from RMC, Chris from 005 AGIMA and Dave. Edited by Duncan Styles.
Parts of "A quick look at the TinyLlama" courtesy of Eivind Bohler
Parts of "DOD Games On An Arduino?!" courtesy of The Rasteri
"scenes from the 5x86 PC build" by blakespot is licensed under CC BY 2.0.