24th Dec2020

Codemasters titles coming to the Evercade!

by Phil Wheat

Blaze Entertainment have revealed the highly anticipated Codemasters Collection 1 Cartridge for Evercade; featuring some of the most renowned titles in British gaming history including Sensible Soccer, Cannon Fodder, Linus Spacehead and an unreleased title Tennis All-Stars. With 17 officially licensed games, this cartridge brings classic titles to the Evercade handheld, which also connects to your TV via HDMI.

One of the finest sports games of the era, Sensible Soccer, can now be played on the Evercade handheld wherever you are! The Codemasters Collection 1 Cartridge will also include Tennis All-Stars, which was was developed in the early 1990s by Codemasters, was unreleased in it’s original form but went on to become Pete Sampras Tennis! This previously unreleased version will be available for the first time on the Evercade Codemaster collection. The new cartridge also includes an all-time personal favourite of mine… The Ultimate Stuntman.

With over 30 years development experience, Codemasters is one of the UK’s oldest and most established game developers. They’ve gone on to cultivate a library of games that have all achieved critical and commercial success. Additionally, they were responsible for nurturing up and coming game talent including The Oliver Twins. Blaze Entertainment is delighted to be working with Codemasters and to bring some of their best 8 and 16 bit titles to the Evercade platform.

Full Games List:

  1. Sensible Soccer – International Edition
  2. Cannon Fodder
  3. Big Nose Freaks Out
  4. Tennis All-Stars
  5. Mega-Lo-Mania
  6. Big Nose the Caveman
  7. Cosmic Spacehead
  8. Psycho Pinball
  9. Bee 52
  10. MiG 29 – Soviet Fighter
  11. The Ultimate Stuntman
  12. Super Skidmarks
  13. Boomerang Kid
  14. Linus Spacehead
  15. CJ’s Elephant Antics
  16. F-16 Renegade
  17. Stunt Buggies

The Codemasters Collection 1 Cartridge for Evercade will retail for £14.99/€17.99/$19.99 and be available from the middle of 2021. Find out more at www.evercade.co.uk


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