Millennium Interactive Archive

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Video Game Ad of the Day: James Pond II: Codename RoboCod

James Pond II Robocod
James Pond II: Codename RoboCod sees the piscine secret agent on a quest to save Santa and his elves from the evil Dr Maybe. Popular in its time on the micros and Mega Drive, RoboCod has become a bit of a mainstay of the bargain bin with stealth re-releases on the Nintendo DS and PlayStation 2.

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Video Game Ad of the Day: The Aquatic Games

The Aquatic Games
The Aquatic Games is a parody of athletics games featuring James Pond and a group of aquatic friends called the Aquabats. Like most parody video games, it ends up emulating what it’s meant to be making fun of – The Aquatic Games is a button mash-fest.

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Video Game Ad of the Day: Defcon 5


Defcon 5 is a first person shooter released in 1995 – a largely forgotten first person shooter/strategy game hybrid that formed part of the early PlayStation lineup (along with releases on the PC and Saturn). The DEFCON system is frequently incorrectly used in popular culture – the higher the number, the lower the danger. DEFCON 5 denotes regular peace time readiness, while DEFCON 1 would mean imminent nuclear war.

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Video Game Ad of the Day: James Pond


James Pond, as the name would suggest, is an underwater parody of James Bond. The game was developed by Vectordean and Millennium Interactive for the Amiga and Atari ST, but also received considerable attention when Electronic Arts published it for the Mega Drive.