Author: IndieRetroNews

Ion Fury – An action packed first person shooter using the famous Build engine!

Don’t get me wrong I do like playing modern first person shooters such as Shadow Warrior or even  Wolfenstein, but in all honesty I prefer playing the much older types, the original early 90’s gun in hand blasters such as the original Doom or even Wolfenstein 3D. So it stands […]

Duke Nukem – Platformer classic reviewed by DarkwyndPT

I think reviewing the first titles of popular gaming franchises that still continue to nowadays has become sort of a running theme around here, hasn’t it? Then again, a lot of popular gaming characters have humble beginnings, like probably the manliest character in video-game history having started in a shareware […]

Civgen – Ambitious project to bring Civilizations to the Sega Genesis / Mega Drive.

Good evening retro gamers, have we got a special announcement for you! A gendev member by the name of SegaTim, has teased a work in progress Civilization for the Sega Genesis and Sega Mega Drive as a port of the original hit classic called Civgen! Now I’m sure many of  […]

Castle Defender – A fabulous tower defense Atari 8bit game shown at the Abbuc software contest.

Train 2 wasn’t the only game shown off at the Abbuc software contest this month, as searching through the relevant forums, we’ve come across a rather eye opening defender game called ‘ Castle Defender ‘ developed by MatoSimi. Now this game was originally a BBC Micro title, but MatoSimi in light of […]

Train 2 and 3 – The sequel to a very challenging Atari XL/XE game

If you’re looking for a challenging Atari XL/XE game then you’ve come to the right place! As thanks to a heads up by Saberman, not only can you still play BAHA SOFTWARE’s challenging game of ‘ Train 2 ‘, but as from this month they’ve also announced Train 3 for the […]

Romhacking Spotlight – The DX Edition posted by Thermoptic

This segment of the Romhacking Spotlight is all about DX! You might remember that Nintendo has re-relased a number of titles for the Gameboy with the added letters DX at the end. These were games that first were released for the original Gameboy – in its fabolous limited monochrome colors […]