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Amiga Racer to Remind Commodore Amiga and MorphOS Fans of the 80s

With a name like Amiga Racer, it has to be good, at least on target graphically.  The team at AmigaTec.com are working on this homage to the classic arcade games, including up to date development videos.  For those of you that remember the greats such as Out Run and Rad Racer, Amiga Racer will feel […]

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Lupo Alberto Atari ST Forgotten Title Released

It is not every day that I get to write about a new game being released, well it happens often but not THAT often.  Then add up the fact that we see only a few forgotten titles finally released and it becomes even rarer.  Lupo Albtero is one such title for the Atari ST.  A […]

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Blaze Proves the Commodore Amiga Was Capable of Sonic the Hedgehog

While Sega never supported the Commodore Amiga with any games, they did later support Windows 95/98 PC’s, which did not stop Warp Software’s Keith Bugeja from taking on Sega’s mascot with a clone of his own.  Blaze is basically Sonic the Hedgehog for the Commodore line of computers, of course it is a clone and […]

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New SD Card Interface for Commodore Amiga Work in Progress

It is growing trend to see SD card adapters for classic retrogaming hardware such as the Sega Saturn and the original Playstation (or Playstation One, just for fun).  Soon we will be able to add the Commodore Amiga to this list of classic retro gaming hardware that has an SD card adapter available.  Right now […]

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Battle Squadron Sees Release on Steam

The classic overhead shooter, Battle Squadron, is now available on Steam.  For those that do not know what Battle Squadron is, it is, well, an overhead shooter that could best be described as an early “bullet hell” shooter- a good decade or so before the term was used to describe a genre.  Originally available on […]

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Work on FPGA based Commodore 65 Continues, Early 2016 Release on Schedule

The Commodore 65 was to be a major hardware upgrade to the venerable Commodore 64.  Scheduled to be called the C64DX/C65 and set for an early 90’s launch, Commodore pulled the plug rather abruptly and shelved the unit due to unforeseen rising manufacturing costs and probably due to their own success.  During the period that […]

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Revenge of the License – Flight of the Intruder

Flight of the Intruder is an interesting entry in this series. Not for being a licensed title, but rather for the story of how and when it came to be released. In the early days of video game licenses, developers generally took one of two tactics: wait and see if the film/novel became a hit […]

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Revenge of the License: Indianapolis 500: The Simulation

Every year on Memorial Day weekend, hundreds of thousands of racing fanatics descend upon the city of Indianapolis to watch thirty-three people in aerodynamically-unsafe vehicles accelerate to speeds in excess of two hundred miles per hour while making nearly continuous left turns around an oval-shaped track. I’m told this is far more exciting than this […]

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New Game: Inherit the Earth Released for the Commodore Amiga CD32

While we have covered Amiga CD32 releases over the last year or two, recently they have kind of slowed down.  This happens though, as one area slows (such as the Amiga CD32) another picks up (such as the Atari Jaguar and NES areas).  That does not mean that there are no releases whatsoever for the […]

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Bandit Gaming- Barbarian Coming to the Atari Jaguar

During the period between 2014 and 2016 there will be 50 new Atari Jaguar titles available.  That is a lot games, no matter how you slice it.  There were only 82 games for the Atari Jaguar released.  That is counting CD-ROM and cartridge releases.  That is not many at all.  In a three year period […]

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