The first Piko Interactive Collection for Evercade – which I reviewed here – is still one of my favourite Evercade cartridges overall. The second was a little disappointing – oddly, it’s entirely focused on sports games, with oddball (pun intended) platformer Soccer Kid and phenomenal racing game Top Racer (known as Top Gear in some regions) being the only highlights.

Despite that, Piko Interactive seem to have a huge range of licensed retro titles to put to good use – and, with the just annnounced Piko Interactive Collection 3, it seems that they’re back on top form again.

Not only is the 32-bit version of 3D platformer 40 Winks included, but there’s also impressive Mega Drive/Genesis FPS Zero Tolerance (still a great game to this day), addictive puzzler Super Bubble Pop, RPG Legend of Wukong and six more, nicely varied titles from a good mix of genres and consoles.

The full list of games is as follows:

  • 40 Winks (32-bit)
  • Legend of Wukong
  • Metal Mech: Man & Machine
  • Motor City Patrol
  • Punch King
  • Radikal Bikers (Previously Unreleased)
  • Stanley: The Search for Dr. Livingston
  • Super Bubble Pop
  • Sword of Sodan
  • Zero Tolerance

The Piko Interactive Collection 3 cartridge will be available for pre-order on the 17th of March 2023 – and is releasing alongside the freshly announced Team17 Amiga collection on the 31st of May 2023.

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