May 2019

A Look At RESHOOT-R:Let The Shooting Begin

RESHOOT-R has been in the wind lately and that for a reason, it is simply one of the largest releases for the Amiga this year and yes today is the official launch day (28th of May 2019) and this is our review. RESHOOT-R is the sequel to the 2016 hit shoot ’em up game RESHOOT […]


Reshoot R - Twitch live stream

A Look At SkillGrid Deluxe Edition

It took quite some time before SkillGrid went gold, much longer than I anticipated in my last (this SkillGrid preview) article anyway. The game hasn’t changed much at all since my last article but a few bugs have been nailed and yes, this lovely big box (that I will review now) arrived at my doorstep […]


Bridge Strike – River Raid Remade

Bridge Strike came out a few weeks ago and I feel that there haven’t really been enough articles and blogs about the game itself and more so the physical floppy and CD releases, well, I certainly felt that I couldn’t find all the information I wanted at least.  AmigaGuru’s to the rescue it is then… […]


A Rather Special Interview With Peter Molyneux

It’s not often that we do videos here on the blog and even more so interviews, but this one is worth it and that goes for the whole concept of the channel too. The team behind this is People Make Games and with just a few videos so far they have shown that they do […]


SkillGrid - new vertical shoot'em up game for Amiga!

Amiga games developers are pretty active these days - here's the latest release in Amiga shoot'em up games. And it's an impressive one.

"SkillGrid" is a new vertical shoot 'em up for AGA Amigas by Simone "RETREAM" Bevilacqua, who by the way is also responsible for the excellent BOH and Huenison games, among others, and has created a little gaming universe made of his creations.

GoADF! - advanced ADF utility

Krzysztof "Bitplan" Donat from Poland has just released a nice tool to handle your ADF files, and do a bit more.

GoADF! is more than just your average ADF disk writing tool. It shows information about your ADF files, like filesystem type, used/free space on disk, and more, it can extract individual files from an ADF, it can mount ADFs as a logical drive to AmigaOS, of course it can write your ADF files to floppy disk, and it does a couple of other useful things.