Post by KostaAndreadis @ 03:13pm 29/04/21 | 0 Comments
Back in the days of '80s computing, the era of the Commodore 64 and ZX Spectrum games arrived on cassette tape. Also companies backed up data to tape, on the account of hard-drives being super expensive and floppy disks only being able to store teeny tiny bits of bytes.
Anyway, Tape Recovery Simulator 96K from Caffeine Withdrawal Games might just take the crown for strangest simulation game to date. As per the description, "TRS96K brings back the lost art of loading data from tapes." Check it out.
It nails the old-school tape loading patterns whilst adding tools you'll need to use to tweak the tapes to get all of that data. And in an awesome move the data you recover will be cover things like 8-bit mini games, stories, art, software, and other relics from the era of the cassette tape.