The Amiga certainly had its fair share of brilliant shooters over the years,most people mention games like Apidya, Hybris, Blood Money, Project X or Battle Squadron as their number one Amiga shoot ’em up, all splendid titles but very few people mention any of the brilliant AGA exclusive shooters like Banshee, Super Stardust, T-Zer0 and so on. Core Design made a few shoot em ups for the Amiga...
The arrival of CD-technology for personal computers caused a huge shift in software development and user experience. The added storage capacity led to a hugely increased amount of content delivered with a software title. Gone were the days of swapping floppy disks, now a single CD could deliver everything required, and much more. CD was everything and everywhere.
Posting on various Amiga Facebook groups, I am rather surprised at how little knowledge there is out there about gaming on Next Generation Amiga machines or even the existence of […]
Hands up all those who have played Grand Theft Auto? I suspect many of you reading this would have played at least one of the many games which make up […]
Apologies for the lack of posts over the last month, what with a trip to the US last month, coupled with work commitments and of course the busy Christmas period, […]
As 2017 draws to a close I wish all Amigans a very happy, prosperous and most of all, safe 2018.
AmiTen Software have been around for a while now and most Amiga people have probably heard about them in one way or another by now for sure, one of the reasons is most likely because of their upcomming game ” The Dream Of Rowan “, a game i have mentioned before on this very site even. The game started as an normal game project and then it was put on kickstarter but failed to meet its...