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The Curse Of Rabenstein Collector’s Edition Out Now

Poly.play and Steven Vogt’s studio PUDDLE is back with a brand new text adventure game for our beloved Amiga platform. Their last Amiga release was Hibernated 1 which came out last year, we reviewed it naturally and you can read all about it here. This is Poly.play’s third Amiga release (their first was Zerosphere) and […]

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A Look At Black Dawn Rebirth Box & Game

Black Dawn Rebirth from Double Sided Games have been a thing for a while now but I decided to wait with the article until I had actually given the game a proper go as normally I just do an unboxing/box review and then a review later if time permits it. It is hard for me […]

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Mutation Software Returns to The Amiga After 22 Years

Adrian Cummings and his studio Mutation Software returns to the Amiga. A new game is in the works and several of his old classics will get a re-release. The new game WIZ will launch later this year, it will be released both physical and Digitally. The planned re-releases = Tin Toy Adventure, Castle Kingdoms and […]

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Raid Over Moscow Out Now For The Amiga

I don’t know about you but Access Software certainly played a huge role in my teen’s thanks to their Beach Head games, Leaderboard Golf and Raid Over Moscow. Their games had a bit more of a rough approach than the usual stuff at the time and I guess this is what drew me towards them […]

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8-bit Vengeance – Part 4

Such a busy life, I’ve been living lately: playing like I mean it (PS4, mostly), writing about games, writing about game coding, attending fairs across Europe like the wonderful Amiga34 in Neuss (Germany) or the incredible Lucca Comics&Games, reading novels, reading mangas, studying Japanese and so on … Despite the fact that most of my […]

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The Amiga Calendar 2020: A Glimpse Of 1990

I wrote about this Calendar last year too, but back then it was covering 1989 on a 2019 Calendar, I guess that was a bit confusing but the point of the calendar is to be a real calendar for the following year but it covers the best games of 1990 and as we Amiga guys […]

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