Capcom was an earnest Nintendo licensee from the get-go, not jumping ship till well into the life of the Super Nintendo, later than many other gaming companies. They did license out some of their arcade games though, rather than releasing them on competing hardware themselves (something Konami didn’t do for years). Most of these licensed […]
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The Brainies, a title that was released on many computers half a decade earlier, is a puzzle title with a twist for the Super Nintendo. When Titus released this game on the Super Nintendo, it was quite late in the life of Nintendo’s 16-Bit console. Innovation and brain teasing challenge were being used heavily with […]
IndieGoGo is to Kickstarter as the Turbo Grafx-16 was to Genesis, the slightly less popular but still vehemently supported by it’s fans platform for crowdfunding. Sometimes there are some cool projects on IndieGoGo such as the Armiga from The Armiga Project. This is a Raspberry Pi powered platform that will dual boot a custom Amiga […]
New games for the Commodore Amiga are rare, though we mentioned a few already, but the ones that are coming out are of a slightly higher quality level than other platforms enjoy. Take Enemy 2: Missing in Action which mixes Flashback, Prince of Persia and Impossible Mission in a great looking action title.
The Commodore Amiga is one of those classic computers that just keeps on giving to the community, even decades after it was pulled from store shelves. Thanks to Night Owl Design the Commodore Amiga can rack up one more interesting game for its library, Solid Gold. Much like Giana Sisters or Turrican, both action platformers […]
What happens when game companies decide to work with the fans to create a release that would probably not have happened otherwise? We get games like Putty Squad on the Commodore Amiga from System 3. Platforming fans need to definitely check this one out.
Believe it or not, back in the day arcades were a big thing. For years, it was generally held that if you wanted that arcade experienece at home you got a NES. That was till Sega released the Sega Genesis in North America along with a slew of arcade titles that were closer to the […]