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Wolfenstein 3D Commodore 64

Wolfenstein 3D for Commodore 64 Updated

Wolfenstein 3D released in 1992 to an unsuspecting PC gaming populace which quickly lapped it up, launching id Software into the stratosphere with gamers. Three years later id Software would release the source code for Wolfenstein 3D which opened gamers using it to do new things. They released the source code to the follow-up title, […]

Mikey's Land Commodore Amiga

New Commodore Amiga Endless Runner Miky’s Land Continues Development

The Commodore Amiga is still a viable platform for many gamers and developers alike. For proof just look around, there are plenty of games coming out, in development, or have been released since this computer was no longer commercially viable. Take Miky’s Land for example, an endless runner with a mix of platforming and shooting […]

Legacy Commodore Amiga

Unreleased Commodore Amiga Game Found and, Well, Released

Who doesn’t love unreleased games? Well, I mean, once they are released that is. Legacy is one such title for the Commodore Amiga. If you are not sure what this Amiga game is, don’t worry, you are not alone. There was not a lot of information available prior to this game being released. What is […]

Bandits at Zero Retrospective

Bandits at Zero is a supremely awesome horizontal shooter for the Commodore 16, released back in 1986. You fly a single plane over an area densely populated by enemy planes, which has a few different attack procedures and weapon capabilities. There are also ships on the sea below who can blast you out of the […]

Border Blast 3 Blasts onto the Commodore 64

Prolific Commodore 64 coder Alf Yngve has released his latest SEUCK game with Border Blast 3. The game, which was developed with the popular coding software SEUCK (Shoot ‘Em Up Construction Kit), is the sequel to Border War and Border Blast 2, which were released in 1989 and 1992 respectively. Arriving 25 years after its […]

The Final Attack 2017 Redux Remastered Edition Lands on the Commodore 64

This game has a fairly long and interesting history. The original version of The Final Attack, a SEUCK (Shoot’Em-Up Construction Kit) vertical shoot-’em-up, was developed by Damian Caynes (aka Slartibartfast) back in 1988. In the game, the player controls a lone space ship tasked with defending Earth against a fleet of invading alien attack ships. […]

Scourge of the Underkind

Scourge of the Underkind Brings Back Gauntlet Style Gaming to Commodore Amiga

In the world of independent homebrew releases we are usually inundated with certain styles.  Mostly puzzle games on computers and somewhat decent platform games on console.  There have been some standouts on each platform in many areas.  I have to point out Griff the Winged Lion as one that is an amazing standout- same for […]

Humble Bundle Introduces Cinemaware Collection

If you are a retro gaming fan then you know the name Cinemaware quite well.  If you don’t know that name then here is a chance to grab some of the best “ahead of their time” games released in the late 1980’s and early 1990’s.  Seriously, this is an amazing collection of great games for […]

Fort Djangos New Commodore 64 Action Game Released

The Commodore 64 is a classic computer that most of us here at Retro Gaming Magazine have fond memories of.  This little computer just keeps giving, year after year, decade after decade.  New games are being released for the C64 every day it seems.  One such new game is Fort Djangos by Dr. TerrorZ.  If […]

Body Blows the Fan Movie, Team 17 Classic Fighter Fan Base Grows

What do you do if you are a fan of a game that is over 20 years old, most popular on the Commodore Amiga and you have friends and a video camera?  Well, if your name is Daniele Spadoni you take an extremely low budget and turn that love for an old game into a […]

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