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Ruff 'n Tumble

Been a while since we’ve featured an Amiga game on here, so here, have another. Ruff n Tumble is a game all about a simpler time, where kids could run around freely with semi-automatic machine guns in worlds filled with killer robots and helicopters. 243 weitere Wörter


Amiga: Phase 5 Digital Products - Back in Business?

Hello all,

Recently there has been quite a lot of discussion concerning the reappearance of an old Amiga company, namely Phase 5. They earned their fame for making superb accelerator-cards for various Amiga models, such as the Blizzard series. 147 weitere Wörter


Gaming on AmigaOS 4.1: Tuxpuck (Jacob Kroon / ToAks)

Greetings and welcome to another post on this AmigaOS 4 gaming blog. Today we’re going to have a look at a small game called Tuxpuck. It was created by Jacob Kroon and ported to AmigaOS 4 by ToAks. 382 weitere Wörter


SSPA: Dune

I’ve often thought that the genre of videogames tailor made for expansive storytelling was the point and click adventure. In its heyday, adventure games were some of the most imaginative games around. 1.909 weitere Wörter

Reality Glitch Nostalgia Trip: Leisure Suit Larry

Trying out the age protection questions at the start of Leisure Suit Larry on the Amiga for laughs (or not). No game play this time, just a nostalgia trip. 144 weitere Wörter

Amiga Gaming

Space Crusade

Space Crusade
MS-DOS, ZX Spectrum (reviewed), Amstrad CPC, Amiga, Commodore 64
Developed by Gremlin Interactive
Released in 1992

It’s only recently that I got into the… 1.228 weitere Wörter


Gaming on AmigaOS 4.1: Breakers (Clément Corde / HunoPPC)

Hello folks,

Recently I visited the excellent website of HunoPPC, who is one of the most active porters of games to AmigaOS 4. 1941 Extreme Deluxe, Zelda Mystery of Solarus XD, Hurrican and Abuse are all examples of titles he’s brought to the OS. 475 weitere Wörter