Today I wanted to take a look at a recently released game for AmigaOS4.1 Final Edition called Prototype from Dark Castle Software and ported to AmigaOS 4.1 by Kas1e. I tried it out on my AmigaOne X5000.
Scintillatron 4096 is one of those games that just pop up under the radar and yet manages to grab me “by the balls”, yes it is another one of those titles that i simply can’t get enough of, oh and if that wasn’t enough, it is made by Amiga people and there are a lot of […]
Coco Banana is AmiTen’s second full release Amiga game, it was released in December 2018, their first game (The Dream Of Rowan) was released back in December 2017. AmiTen is most likely best known for the controversy around their game releases the last few years, I won’t dwell too much into that as all I can […]
I find social media is a very polarising medium. On one hand, its biggest strength is that it can connect you with other people over a shared interest that you may […]
Barbarian+ is actually a few months old by now and the only reason it wasn’t covered back on the release was plain and simple – I refused to play it on an Emulator only and wanted to play through it on a real Amiga. Most of you have probably heard about this game by now […]
Today I am taking a look at the relatively recently released AmiCygnix 1.4 update for AmigaOS 4.1 Final Edition on my AmigaOne X5000. Due to moving house I had to delay this blog post from December 2018 until I was set up again!
Quick update: This is the Acidic Ocean tileset work in progress.
As you guys know, this blog is mainly about Amiga, retro gaming and Sony consoles. Nonetheless, we always keep an open-minded attitude and our “radars” on to the spot and lock-on titles that we deem closely related to our main objectives or to our common past. Just as an example, we revied articles that were […]
Gunbee F-99: The Kidnapping Of Lady Akiko is the full name although many might even remember it from its original name – Amibee. The name was changed to Gunbee when they moved the game from shareware to a commercial title, this might have been something their publisher APC-TCP requested for all I know and yes […]
It has been a while since I posted anything regarding my experiences with Linux on my AmigaOne X5000 machine. Regular readers of my blog will be aware that I succeeded […]
We are very excited to let you all know we have reached 100%+ of our Kickstarter for IRIDIUM :)
Now we have our official Stretch Goals. At the moment of writing this we have raised £2803 if we can get to our first Stretch Goal, everyone who pledges £5 or more gets two posters added.