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Commodore 65 Prototype Retro Hardware

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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What if The Walking Dead Had an 8-Bit Game?

The Walking Dead has, no doubt, been a huge success for A&E, a surprise series considering the content this cable network usually releases.  Zombies were here to stay and the amount of support that A&E put behind The Walking Dead was obvious.  From the first episode that, for many viewers, went too far to the […]

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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 […]

Commodore 65 Prototype Retro Hardware

Prototype – Commodore 65 Found and Now on Auction Block

Ah, Commodore, the company that brought us such great and venerable computers like the 64/128 and the Amiga.  These computers really defined computer gaming in the 80’s for a lot of fans that preferred keyboards to joysticks (though both were offered).  As most computer users of the old days know, there were attachments for these […]

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Bandit Gaming: Smurf Rescue Released for Commodore Amiga

The Commodore Amiga is getting more and more popular with homebrew developers over the last year or so.  The person behind Super Ted, Mikael Persson, is back with Smurf Rescue which uses the same game engine – the Backbone Engine.  Smurf Rescue holds the distinction of being only the second Smurf game to grace the […]

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New Game: Grubz Brings Worms Style Mayhem to the Commodore 64

The Commodore line of computers (Amiga and 64) are quite prolific with the homebrew community- the fans just won’t let these platforms die.  Grubz is one such new homebrew title that fans of Worms will want to keep an eye on.  Grubz will be released by Protovision (what movie used that same name for a […]

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Bandit Gaming: It Came From the Desert Re-Imagined as First Person Shooter on Commodore Amiga

The game, It Came from the Desert, is a classic Cinemaware title that hit multiple computers platforms and the Turbo Grafx-16 CD-ROM a few decades ago.  Recently, Cinemaware announced they were going to release the Sega Genesis version (almost completely different than other versions) but that version has yet to materialize.  An enterprising fan has […]

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New Game: Love Dungeon, Starring Bruce Lee, in Development for Commodore Amiga

The Commodore Amiga is a gaming computer that simply won’t stay down as fans are more than happy to continue creating new titles for it.  One such new game is Love Dungeon by Jimmy2x2x from the English Amiga Board.  Love Dungeon has that feel of the classics such as Lode Runner where you are tasked […]

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Game Hack: Sega Genesis Shadow of the Beast Colors Corrected to Match Commodore Amiga Version

The Sega Genesis was the recipient of a ton of Commodore Amiga ports throughout its life, especially in the first couple of years.  This was facilitated by the fact that the two machines shared A LOT in common with each other under the hood.  Electronic Arts was one of the bigger companies to port many […]


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