If there is a title that needs no presentation not only to the Amiga fans but to any game player worldwide that is, for sure, The Secret of Monkey Island. Released in the October of 1990 for many different platforms (and many others since), this LucasFilm Games production set new standards on how a story-driven […]
Cieszyn is a quiet border town in Silesia, a historical region that now spans parts of Poland, Germany and the Czech Republic. It is in fact two towns, for fate and politics had it that after World War I and the collapse of the Austro-Hungarian Empire, Cieszyn got divided between Poland and the newly formed country of Czechoslovakia.
Although not as good as 2019 in terms of quality releases 2020 was yet again a good year for new Amiga games and quite varied too and since I am still trying to catch up with my reviews means that I am still far from close to having reviewed all boxed 2020 releases, that said, […]
I am sure you are wondering why I am looking at a PC laptop today, a Digital Equipment Corporation (DEC) HiNote VP575 laptop to be exact.
The "Amiga Art Contest 2021" has begun! There has never been a shortage of creativity on the Amiga, and once again this year Amiga artists can submit their work to 10 Minute Amiga Retro Cast's art contest.
Pixel graphics, 3d rendered graphics, photo retouche, sound modules, animation - pretty much everything "creative" is accepted as long as at least the final result has been created on an Amiga computer.
I’ve had the pleasure to work with a lot of game developers over the years and the guys behind this new game CYBERSPHERE is no different really, GDG Entertainment is partly run by one of my best friends plus he is also one of the co-writers here on this very blog. You might remember GDG […]
The Amiga scene is one of the most interesting Retro computer scenes right now.
It's that time again and if you are an Amiga Artist or Musician, please consider entering the competition that's growing every year. Best of luck.
Website of previous years entrants AmigaArtwork
As always: good news on the Amiga gaming front, lots of stuff going on. A refreshing, very cool looking, almost-3D soccer game, an arcade driving game, a new clone of a very notorious modern classic, a point-and-click adventure, and the release of a new shoot-em-up.