Introducing my MIST FPGA: Pictures!

Hi all,

It’s long overdue, so here’s a few pictures of my MIST FPGA setup. It’s hooked up in a corner in the living room (the retro corner) together with a VCR (VHS). If I’m not watching Duck Tales VHS films on it with my daughter, I like playing Nitro, Moonstone and other Amiga games. πŸ˜‰ It’s worth mentioning that I bought it from Amigastore in Spain, which is a shop I recommend for new Amiga stuff. Anyway, here goes!

MIST in the living room (photo by Old School Game Blog)
MIST in the living room (photo by Old School Game Blog)
MIST in the living room (photo by Old School Game Blog)
MIST in the living room (photo by Old School Game Blog)
MIST in the living room (photo by Old School Game Blog)
MIST in the living room (photo by Old School Game Blog)
MIST in the living room (photo by Old School Game Blog)
MIST in the living room (photo by Old School Game Blog)
Bonus picture - Radionette RN-995 VCR (photo by Old School Game Blog)
Bonus picture – Radionette RN-995 VCR (photo by Old School Game Blog)

7 comments

    • Hi Nick! Cool that you too remember it. πŸ™‚ It’s a fun racer for sure, especially considering all the in-game bonuses and upgrades. You can even play as “Cyber Clint Eastwood” and “Cyber James Bond”. πŸ˜€ I also enjoy driving the night-levels. Have you tried it in two-player mode?

      • I had forgotten about the cyber characters that were meant to be Bond and Clint! And the other guy was a cyber Rambo!

        I used to play this one in two-player with my brother. I don’t remember getting too far in it though – typical Psygnosis difficulty level, and I recall you had to grab cash and gasoline as you went, otherwise you would run out in later levels.

  1. Nitro was great and very easy once you remembered the route πŸ™‚ Putting your name in as MAJ gives you a load of cash to start with BTW.

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