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

Scourge of the Underkind

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 […]

Blap n Bash Brings New Angles to Classic Breakout Game for Commodore 64


The Commodore 64 is the compute that just won’t die.  Fans won’t let it and personally, I am thankful that they won’t.  It is amazing that new games are constantly being released for this computer, over 30 years after it initially launched.  Not crap either like many of the Nintendo Entertainment Homebrew that I don’t […]

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 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 […]

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 […]

5 Homebrew Titles that Push Retro Hardware


While in today’s gaming world it is nothing to see super detailed, hyper animated characters and fluid gameplay. Um, well most of those anyhow. For the rest of us, the ones that grew up on Commodore and Atari and 8-Bit graphics, we just don’t feel welcome in the gaming world of today. This is not […]

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 […]

5 New Games Prove the Commodore 64 is Not Dead


The Commodore 64 was officially released in 1982, actually turning 33 years old just last month, and still has new games coming out for it.  Talk about dependable.  Even Commodore themselves kept the computer alive for nearly 12 years before calling in the horses on this one.  That is quite a long time for a […]

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