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"One report said that since my time on the run I've had 2,500 girlfriends. I mean you got to realize, I've been on the run for more than 30 years, I have got to have had more than that!"

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T.M.R'S WORKSTATION :: WELCOME TO THE WORKSTATION 

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Welcome to T.M.R's Workstation, the "online residence" of me, fairly commonly known as T.M.R, sometimes as The Magic Roundabout, Jason, " oy, git face!" and assorted other titles which are probably far too rude to be repeated in polite company. Or any other kind of company for that matter. This page is the latest three installments from my blog and, for the more masochistic amongst you who feel the need, click here to read the remaining drivel.

 [ Thinking about Uridium (C64) ] posted 2018-05-22T21:20:33Z 

Kim Justice recently posted a video about the just released Hyper Sentinel and its predecessor Uridium – I’ve been playing the former and have a few thoughts, but need to spend a little more time organising them for a post … Continue reading →[more]

 [ Playing The Last V8 (C64) ] posted 2018-05-19T17:05:53Z 

The end of the world has already happened and what remains of humanity ekes out an existence in fallout shelters, biding their time by monitoring the environment and, in one particular case, tearing apart a car and modifying it for … Continue reading →[more]

 [ Playing Matta Blatta (Atari 8-bit) ] posted 2018-05-12T14:39:26Z 

Published by Firebird’s Silverbird label for a couple of quid, Matta Blatta is a horizontally scrolling blaster for the Atari 8-bit from developer Shahid Ahmad who previously coded Chimera on a range of platforms. It was released in 1988, which … Continue reading →[more]

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