2008 Retrogaming Calendar announced

Birmingham, England - December 5, 2007–

Do you prefer the antics of Wally Week to Master Chief?

Are you longing for bright blue skies and candy-coloured baddies?

Do you still refer to each level in a game as a‘sheet’?

Don’t fear... show your 8-bit love with a limited edition‘Twelve Months in 8-Bits’ 2008 Calendar.

Each calendar month features a unique homage to one of the greatest games from the glory days of the 1980s– including The Sentinel, Head Over Heels, Wizball and Elite–together with a host of fascinating facts and important dates from videogaming’s illustrious history.

Printed on high quality silk art paper, they are a great way to brighten up your home or workplace, and provide a great talking point to curious visitors.

All for less than the price of Chase HQ on the Commodore 64!

Calendar specifications:

• Strictly limited edition print run of just 150 copies

• Each calendar individually numbered and signed by the designer

• Contains twelve of the most fondly remembered games from the 8-bit era

• Includes hundreds of notable dates from videogame history

• A3 size (420 x 297mm) for maximum retro goodness

• Thirteen pages in glorious full colour

• Printed single sided on 160gsm silk art paper

• Wirobound on the long edge

• Board backed for extra rigidity

Print run is strictly limited so don’t delay– grab your slice of retrogaming nirvana today…

For more information or to order visit www.retrogamingcalendars.com or email simon@reverendpixel.com

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