The Sensible Software 1986-1999 coffee table book will chronicle the British 16-bit gaming titan's influence on early video gaming. "With its independent, often irreverent ethos, Sensible is for many gamers the ultimate independent software house."
The Sensible Software 1986-1999 book will be the first publication from Read-Only Memory games publishers. The new publisher is raising money for its first project via a Kickstarter campaign.
The book itself will feature tons of visuals, as well as an essay about how Sensible Software rose to the top of the video gaming industry and interviews with members of the Sensible Software team.
So remember the days of Transformers and He Man when you were but a child by supporting this Kickstarter campaign and getting yourself a copy of the Sensible Software 1986-1999 coffee table book.
Retro Arcade Art Installations
Arcade Game Timepieces
Coin-Made Character Ads
Cult Classic 8-Bit Characters
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