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Retro Gaming Zone

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Retro Gaming Zone was born out of a course requirement and my love for old school video games/consoles. My personal collection of old school consoles includes an Intellivision II, Atari 2600 and 7800, NES, SNES, N64, Sega Master System, and Playstation I & II.

Sometimes I come across cheap console games for old systems, and figured it would be awesome to have a place to keep track of my collection and items on my wishlist. So I created this site.


  • User registration / authentication system
  • User dashboard complete with collection and wishlist functionality
  • Gamification feature: leaderboard for who has the most items in their collection
  • Game and console database complete with cover art


This was my first Object Oriented PHP application. It was my first time for a lot of stuff. That said: the code SUCKS. I mean it's really, really bad. Needs a full rewrite. So please don't judge me by this. This is public on github as a means to show how far I've come and how much I continue to grow.


This project was built using the SimpleMVC (Now known as Nova) PHP Framework

Future Improvements

  • Full rewrite of the codebase, moving away from Simple MVC/Nova Framework to something (anything) else
  • Add more consoles and games
  • Add more themes that look like retro consoles the way the current theme looks like the old Atari 2600
  • Reduce the number of frameworks/libraries. Simplify the codebase.

Languages Used

  • HTML
  • CSS
  • Object Oriented PHP
  • JavaScript / AJAX

Frameworks / Libraries Used

  • Foundation CSS
  • Normalize
  • Modernizr
  • Font Awesome icons
  • jQuery
  • jQuery UI
  • Google reCaptcha
  • Google Fonts
  • Basically a lot of crap I did NOT need but was a requirement for the project at the time (as this was a midterm and final project for a college PHP course)

Database Schema

Retro Gaming Zone Database Schema Note: This was my first attempt at designing and normalizing a database schema.


RETIRED: A retro video game and console collection database.



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