The classic Spy vs. Spy from the pages of MAD Magazine is no stranger to gaming. In the distant past there were versions for the NES, Commodore computers, Atari and Apple II to name a few. This game got around on many retro platforms. Now, thanks to Chillingo, Spy vs. Spy is back, this time […]
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Doom, the iconic First Person Shooter (FPS) has gotten around over the years. It has been ported to consoles such as SNES, 3DO, 32X and Playstation to name a few, to portables and mobile devices also. Now, thanks to some crafty indie developers, Doom has hit the Commodore Vic-20, a computer platform that surely no […]
Ocean Software, the company responsible for porting Rastan to home computers, has discovered a demo for Rastan on the Atari ST. This is a unique discovery since Ocean Software were not known for their 16-Bit computer ports (they had none at the time of this release). This is a game that was originally intended to […]
The Commodore 64 is a workhorse of a computer if I have ever seen one, plain and simple. This thing just won’t quit, even decades after it has been commercially dead, new games continue to see releases. Over on The New Dimension website, where the Shoot ‘em Up Construction Kit (SUECK) competition is held, there […]
The Nintendo Entertainment System has many iconic titles available for it from the Mario series to the Mega Man games. One series that is just as iconic and also started on the NES is Konami’s Castlevania series. Today, in 1987, gamers were introduced to destroying vampires with a whip and a classic was born. Castlevania […]
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 […]
This one has been making the rounds for a fair while now but we felt it needed to be brought to our readers attention. Super Crate Box was pretty popular but how many of you knew there is a version for the Commodore 64? Yep, Super Bread Box is an official conversion to the, retail […]
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.
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