Top Download Stuff

Here are the 100 most frequently downloaded songs, albums, apps and books purchased from the UK, US and World iTunes Music Stores. Choose a chart to begin. Links open directly into the iTunes Music Store. Updated hourly.The console was revolutionary at the time, using a 32-bit CPU and games on CD-ROM.1 The console features only 1 controller port, however, there was an additional controller port on the controller itself, allowing “daisy-chain” linking of controllers thus eliminating the need for multiplayer taps if a game requires multiple players. Also included in the system is 32Kb backup memory for save games.

Phineas and Ferb Cool Stuff

  • Full Name: 6228 – Phineas and Ferb – Quest for Cool Stuff (U) (EXiMiUS).rar
  • Filesize: 20.4 MB
  • Region: USA.
  • Genre: Unspecified.
  • File Type: WinRAR Archive.
  • File Tags: (EXiMiUS).
  • Points After: 55 (75 -20).2

3DO ROMs / ISOs

The 3DO Interactive Multiplayer was released in 1993 – a product of the 3DO Company, formed partly by Matsushita, Panasonic’s parent company. 3DO’s console was not manufactured by 3DO. Instead, the company licensed the technology to other companies such as Panasonic, Goldstar and Sanyo.

Atari 5200

The Atari 5200 SuperSystem, released in late 1982 for $270 (USA), was the direct follow-up to the highly successful Atari 2600 (VCS), and predecessor of the Atari 7800 ProSystem. Atari chose to design the 5200 around technology used in their popular Atari 400/800 8-bit computer line, but was not directly compatible, unlike Atari’s much later pastel-colored XEGS (XE Game System) console.

Coleco Colecovision

Coleco Industries was doing quite well with its Telstar pong units,3 that was until competitors jumped in on the craze and over-saturated the market with clones. The Telstar was pushed even further out of the picture when more advanced consoles with interchangeable cartridges (such as the Atari 2600 and Fairchild Channel F) were introduced. While Coleco managed to survive with its non-electronic toys.