☆Competition☆ - "Would You Like Your Very Own F1 Team Name In An F1 Video Game?"

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How Would You Like To Help Out An Indie Game Developer and get your creation Iimmortalized in beautiful Pixels forever!?

What Will Your Team Name Be?

Do you think you could come up with an alternative name for an existing F1 Team that the guys at Pixel F1 could use in their upcoming F1 Video Game?

If your F1 Team Name is considered to be inventive enough it will make it into the final game! 

☆Due Out near the end of 2013☆

How To Enter:

  • Take a look at the Pixel F1 cars in the pic attached to this post.

  • Concentrate on the F1 cars which have question marks against them.

  • The Teams That Need Alternative Names are:

- Williams

- Caterham

- Sauber

- Marussia

  • Try and come up with an alternative team name that incorporates a subtle reference to the real team name.

  • ☆Look at the already completed Team Names for inspiration☆

  • Go to the comments section of this post and enter the F1 Team Team Name you have thought of.

The guys at Pixel F1 will decide the winners

Closing date for entries will be 23/08/13

What have you got to lose?

Good Luck and May The F1 Be With You!


☆"Speccy Nation" - @WordPlay4Games☆ #RetroGaming

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Here's a book for those who L♡VE learning about the history of gaming and home computers like we do.


Games writer Dan Whitehead has published a C☆☆L book called Speccy Nation: A Tribute to the Golden Age of British Gaming. 

It covers the beautiful and almighty  ZX Spectrum home computer. 

Dan Whitehead takes a good look at 50 of the best and obscure ZX Spectrum games that contributed to the DNA of 'The Speccy' through the golden age of UK home gaming and bedroom coders.

The Speccy ended up with a software library of over 24,000 titles!
The Speccy was ahead of its time with a wide range of software that included programming tools, word processors, spreadsheet programs, drawing and art programs, It was the workhorse all rounder personal computer of its time.
Such is the love of the Speccy to this day, the creation of new Spectrum titles by devoted fans continues!
The game devs of the Speccy era are the stars of their day who worked with resources that were extremely limited by modern game devs standards. 
The first Speccy released in 1982 were available in two models, one with 16 Kilobytes of RAM!!
Then came the next advanced model which meant you had access to an eye watering 48 kB of RAM!!
If you want to see how the Speccy changed the face of home computers for a nation and a generation then we suggest you grab a copy pronto.

Let us know how you got on with Speccy Nation, was it a good read?

We'd Love to know your fave Gaming or Computing related reads so as we can feature your faves in future Games Freezer articles!

Richard - Reporting From The GamesFreezer Library


Games Freezer - Game Art Gallery #1 - @CalumBennett_ - #RetroGaming

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The Games Freezer Team Love To Search The Web For The Finest Game Art Around and Post It Onto Our COOL Pinterest Page

So we thought in order to showcase the finest picks of the Game Art we have found on our travels we should officially open


So in a series of showcases over the next few months we will attempt to show off some of finest exponents of Game Art on the web that we have been able to find.

So without further ado please let us introduce to you............a Friend Of The Freezer....

Calum Bennett...... +Calum Bennett @CalumBennett_

Calum has created some epic Game Art with a twist.......All of the Game Art featured here by Calum is inspired by some of the most awesome Video Games Quotes from over the years.

We love this idea and were really impressed by the simplicity of the idea and the excellent style in which it has been executed.

Before we take a look at Calum's Gallery lets hear a little bit about what inspired his Game Art and some words about the man himself....

"I care about gaming a lot and wanted to show it off.

I chose the most predominant quotes from some of my favourite games, that happen to span nearly 25 years.

I wanted to show that no matter the age of the game, the best games still have a classic, memorable moment.

I'm 23, UK I've been a gamer since before I could walk, and still game today."



Mortal Kombat



Our Favourite is the Zelda Art, what's yours - Let Us Know!

Have you worked out where in each game these quotes appear and maybe who says them?

What future Game Art would you like to see in The Freezer?

Richard - From Deep Inside The Vaults Of The Games Freezer Game Art Gallery



Games Freezer - Website Of the Day - @Retrogamer_Mag - www.RetroGamer.Net #RetroGaming

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So you wanna lose yourself in RetroGaming screenshots..........LOTS OF 'EM


Where do you go for your screenshot fix?

For us there's only one place on the World Wide Web to go and indulge this particular vice........


A visit to RetroGamer.Net is a sure fire way to lose a few hours just pawing over countless Retro screenshots from countless games

We love the Reviews and Opinions of all the "Retrobates" who post these timeless screenshots on a daily basis

The "Retrobates" community currently stands in the region of 28,000 and counting!

For us there's nothing better than scratching our heads to try and think of the name of that classic game we played on SEGA Master System and then finding a Cool Screenshot of that long forgotten gem!

That's why Retrogamer.Net is The Games Freezer Website Of The Day!

RetroGamer.Net........GET IN THE FREEZER!

Where do you go for your screenshot fix?

Let us know your fave screenshot orientated websites, we'd Love to hear from you all!

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