Adrian Cummings and his studio Mutation Software returns to the Amiga. A new game is in the works and several of his old classics will get a re-release. The new game WIZ will launch later this year, it will be released both physical and Digitally. The planned re-releases = Tin Toy Adventure, Castle Kingdoms and […]
One of the interesting features of the AmigaOne X5000 is the compatibility of MorphOS 3.12 with it.
Let's take a closer look at it.
Happy New Year 2020 to all. I hope you had a great Xmas and New Years!
I got to visit the Amiga Retro Brisbane group meeting on Dec 30, 2019 while I was on holiday in Brisbane over the new year period.
It was great to meet everyone there, enjoy the Amiga systems on display and I was invited to do a presentation about NG Amiga systems too.
Creating game assets is alot of fun. Here is a speed painting showing how I created some of the destructive elements for part of the large enemies on screen.
I don’t know about you but Access Software certainly played a huge role in my teen’s thanks to their Beach Head games, Leaderboard Golf and Raid Over Moscow. Their games had a bit more of a rough approach than the usual stuff at the time and I guess this is what drew me towards them […]
I have been inactive for while since I lost my Aros partition.
it wasn’t all that long ago now since I brought up a discussion on Facebook about a game Duplication machine that I had seen back in the early 80s in my local game shop, I knew I had seen it and all (only once though) but I had no idea about the name or if […]
ScummVM is a program which allows you to run certain classic graphical point-and-click adventure games, provided you already have their data files. The clever part about this: ScummVM just replaces the executables shipped with the games, allowing you to play them on systems for which they were never designed!
Happy New Year Everyone :)
Gold Rush! Was released back in 1989 to much fanfare but like with several other good Sierra games at the time it simply didn’t get the recognition that it deserved thanks to a bunch of killer apps ( games ) released at the same time. So, it was a given that a remake would happen […]
Promoting other great Amigans :)
Another round of looking at 2019's Amiga game development scene.
In case you've missed it (like I did): On Dec. 16th a lot of technical details about the upcoming AmigaOS 3.2 have been published.
After many websites have reported about the announcements made by the developers, and a preview screenshot has been released, now we get a lot of detail information about bug fixes and new features of release 3.2.