Dude, that's a lot of games. The game development scene is bustling with activity. Next round of Amiga entertainment from 2019/2020. There's no time to waste, here we go.
Looks like a new’ish browser (probably using OWB framework) with a much more recent WebKit is coming. It’s detailed in this thread –> here<–
Probably still some weeks or so away from an alpha version and the author is admitting that webinspector and possibly YouTube media playback may not be supported. That makes me sad, as YouTube support is important to me in a modern browser.
Still more 2019 games! And some 2020 gaming news, too! Yes, we're transitioning into 2020, but in many cases development dates back to 2019, or even further. Either way, more awesomeness here.
R.E.R.O. - Amiga H.E.R.O. remake
"R.E.R.O. - Rocket driven Emergency Rescue Operation" is a remake of cave exploration and rescue game "H.E.R.O. - Helicopter Emergency Rescue Operation", originally released in 1984 for Atari 2600 and ported to many 8-bit platforms.
As you know I am busy with Iridium at this time, also slowly working away on Boss Machine and Reshoot Proxima III for our Amiga Platform. The latest news for Iridium is here.
A quick teaser image below.
Another update to the AMIGA alive Web Directory - 63 new links added, now 473 websites listed!
As always, if you're looking for something specific, make sure to check the "Misc / Mixed" section, as some websites cover multiple different subjects, e.g. software authors may have created very different applications.
Have fun browsing the...
We're about to catch up with 2019's game developments for the Amiga, with another set of exciting new productions.
Announced around June 2019, "Jump!" is a conversion of AtariXE/XL game "Yoomp!". You control a ball bouncing through a tunnel made of panels, some of which can speed up your ball, or have other effects on the gameplay. It's a tactical arcade action game, similar to "Trailblazer" on the C64.
We're stretching 2019 into 2020, trying to keep up with current Amiga game developments. Lots of great stuff going on, and lots of actual releases.
Invyya playable demo
Horizontal SHMUP Inviyya is nearing completion - since we last reported about it, a playable demo has been released. There are still a few glitches, but it looks like this is gonna be a fun classic-style shooter.
This is one I’ve been watching for a few months now. It’s a small hardware project to control the LEDs with customized solors and patterns. Doesn’t seem like a major project but it appears to be really popular. Here’s a video:
The Amiga community keep on pumping out new games and I have to admit that right now it is indeed a bit hard to keep track of everything due to the number of new titles being announced all the time and yes to follow them till launch. Psytronik hasn’t done all that much yet when […]
I speculated not long ago that MorphOS may be silently supporting iMac G5 machines. If so, this would be great, as the 20″ version has one of the fastest G5’s ever made (2.1Ghz) and one of the best Radeon’s that is supported by MorphOS (X600).
Someone wrote up a guide on Morph.Zone recently. Sounds like the only real thing missing is the boot up logo page.
Check the thread –> here<–
Just a quick note, MorphOS 3.13 has rolled out.
It’s a lot of bug fixes for the 3.12 release a few months ago. I have yet to install it on my PowerMAC G4 but plan to soon.
Head over to the official website and download it today!