Category: Indie Retro News

Amiga Power: The Album With Attitude – A tune banging retro remix Kickstarter launching this Friday!

This is seriously great news for anyone who loves retro gaming music, especially from the Amiga! As during the weekend just gone by, we were told that a new Kickstarter is launching this Friday that is sure to excite many in the Amiga community. Titled as ‘ Amiga Power: The Album […]

OpenTTD 1.9.0 RC2 – Open Source Transport Tycoon Deluxe gets a new release candidate

OpenTTD is one of the most popular open source releases on our site, and that comes as no surprise to us as it’s a constantly updated open source version of Microprose’s hit game Transport Tycoon Deluxe. A game that’s so addictive you’ll be spending hours developing your very own transport […]

AlarCity Dungeon Prototype – Formerly known as the "AlarTV" Amiga version

Even more Amiga news today as we’ve recently been informed from Earok of PixelGlass, that he has released a playable Amiga prototype of the AlarCity Dungeon, which was formly known as AlarTV. Now I know many of you are still waiting for the full game of AlarCity from PixelGlass, but […]

The Path – Illustrated text-based puzzle game also playable in your browser!

Another game released by Adventuron this month and no not a simulation, is the Illustrated Text-Based Puzzle game ‘ The Path ‘. Yes indeed it’s time to put aside the sim and look towards this rather unusual game, as in the The Path you will encounter a series of challenges, containing […]

Metaloid:Origin – Super cool fast-paced gun’n run 2D platformer coming to Steam 28th March!

If you’re looking for an upcoming game that is not a retro game but still has that retro vibe, then you’ll pleased to know as thanks to a heads up by Retro Revolution, that they will be releasing their fast-paced gun’n run 2D platformer of ‘ Metaloid:Origin ‘ on Steam 28th March. […]

RoboZZle64 – A Beta preview of a work in progress C64 Puzzle port

The image reminds me of something unspeakable… The ZX Spectrum wasn’t the only system to get a port this week, as earlier today we were contacted by the developer Richard-William Loerakker, that he had made available a beta preview of the work in progress puzzle game RoboZZle64. Now if you’ve not heard […]

GALAXY FORCE – Bullet hell shooter inspired by Scramble, playable online

In March of this year PuzCPC released a very nice side scrolling shoot em up Amstrad port of a much earlier game which was originally released way back in 1983 as Skramble developed by Darrell Etherington. The actual release name was ‘ Scramble ‘ which was also the original name […]

Bridge Strike – Modern ‘River Raid’ on the Amiga gets a digital download pre-order

As we said before in our previous article, many months ago the creators of Tanks Furry , Project R3D, released a teaser for their in development Amiga game ‘ Bridge Strike ‘, which had a backers winter demo along side the announced AmiGameJam and was awarded second place in the […]

Spectrum Addict 2.5: The Lost Tapes – Documentary film about the Sinclair ZX Spectrum Computer is a Kickstarter Success!

Andy Remic certainly knows how to please the retro community, especially through the organising, creating and releasing two incredible ZX Spectrum packed feature documentaries. Both the Memoirs of a Spectrum Addict and Spectrum Addict Load "Film 2" were crowd funded successes. Well now it looks as if he has another […]

Dragonfire ZX – Another Atari 2600 to ZX Spectrum port by Luca Bordoni

Another ZX Spectrum port to grace our speccy screens and again from Luca Bordoni using AGDX, is the Atari 2600 game Dragonfire, which was first released in 1982 as another game by Imagic. Yes indeed get ready to play another port, but unlike the other game we mentioned previously, this one puts […]

SpeedBall – Classic The Bitmap Brothers Sports brawler reviewed by DarkwyndPT

One of the most famous developer studios from the late 80s and early 90s was The Bitmap Brothers. If you had a Commodore Amiga, you know what I’m talking about. The Bitmap Brothers is one of those studios that started small but valued quality over quantity which resulted in fantastic […]