Zool The Ninja From The Nth Dimension Is Back

I basically rushed straight onto the PlayStation Store When Zool ReDimensioned got released. Always been a huge Zool fan. How is this school project remake compared to the Amiga classic then? Find out what I thought of it by visiting the Amiga Guru's Gamerblog...


Amiga38: A1222+ Pre-order From AAA Technology

Hi everyone, As many of you know, the Amiga38 event took place in Mönchengladbach, Germany, last weekend. Trevor Dickinson of A-EON Technology held a speech there, which you can watch in the video below: Visitors at the event could test the A1222+ computer at the stand of AAA Technology. They could also sign up for […]

Reshoot Proxima 3 launch today

Finally we get some news about hardcore shoot-em-up "Reshoot Proxima 3".

And it's great news. The long awaited sequel to "Reshoot R" (and "Reshoot") is ready for launch - "Spieleschreiber" Richard Loewenstein and team have just put a new trailer video on their YouTube channel:

A Look At: Devil’s Temple – Son Of The Kung-Fu Master

I was a bit involved in this game last year until it reached a certain level of completeness and then I went quiet for months, post-covid stuff made me really, really quiet which I mentioned in a dedicated post a while back.  Anyway, this game is one of them that I helped out on but never finished (sorry Geezer) the task I was asked to help out with.


Misc Amiga upgrades and new games

 To say the last month has been busy is an understatement. I have had so much to do for work, setting up a new office in Japan, and other overseas projects also in progress.

Finding time for the Amiga has been challenging, with trips overseas in August and this month meaning little time to spend on playing with them. 

Thus spoke Dave

Computer programming came into my life by pure accident. In fact, as a 14-year-old that had just finished primary school, I didn’t plan to have anything to do with computers: I wanted to study agriculture. The actual reason escapes me now; was it because I’d been in the Scouts and wanted to work close to nature? I no longer remember. Anyway, for my next round of education I chose a local secondary, which at that time was a catch-all type of school offering specializations as disparate as Agriculture, Physics, and Information Technology.