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Dad Make Pressie For Son – Santa Vs Dinos

I saw something very special a few days ago, no it wasn’t Santa but it was almost as good as that, it was a post from Daniel Lakey that announced the release of a brand new game for the Amiga. What was so special about this was that he made this game for his son […]

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Zork 1. The Great Underground Empire Review

I’ve always been a diligent student, so my parents never complained if I was spending too much time in front of my Commodore 128. After all, it actually was the mid-’80s and I was attending a tech school to get a diploma in computer science. Other kids were not as lucky since it is indeed […]

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Leather Goddesses of Phobos Review

I’ve always been a videogame lover, possibly even before fully understanding what a computer really was. Back in those days though, mainly due to memory constraints, games mostly came in the form of platformers, maze-runners or fast-paced shooters, all genres that I never learned to master…. As a direct result, I never really played that […]

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The Amiga Calendar 2019: A Glimpse Of 1989

The good thing about Facebook and Social media groups is that you sometimes meet people that want to be creative and do something for the community/scene, size or ambition doesn’t really matter as it is all about trying to do something for our beloved machine. The Amiga Reloaded Calendar is such a creation, Martin C […]

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An Old School Platformer – Christmas Breakdown

One of the reasons why I’m not very active on the blog in these days is due to the fact that I’m spending a considerable amount of time doing researches about Commodore and Amiga‘s heyday, including how and why their era ended almost all of a sudden. So while I was meditating about what to […]

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Skill Grid – A New Amiga Shoot Em Up Out Soon

I have been very busy with various game projects lately and one of the projects is this new game from RETREAM called Skill Grid. The author (Simone Bevilacqua) of the game contacted me a while back and it didn’t take long before he sent me beta upon beta of this new creation of his.  I […]

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Centron 3D Amiga – Is It Real?

There have been a lot of new Amiga games lately and several of them have been very quiet projects where there have been next to nothing in terms of announcements, teasers or whatever so when i heard about Centron 3D the first time i wasn’t too surprised really. Centron 3D came out several years ago […]

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A Look At Apano Sin

Apano Sin is one of those games that most can’t even remember, I am one of many who only looked at this for a few minutes and thought, not for me! 18 years later and it is safe to say that I was wrong, the game plays brilliantly and it is quite the technical achievement […]

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A New Amiga Experience – FlowerPot Review

It doesn’t happen often that I publish something Amiga-related. It’s not because I don’t want to, neither because I don’t have enough time, but simply because Tony and I balanced our workload to better fit each one’s needs. Nonetheless, I’m always striving to improve my skills in the Amiga environment, so I’m constantly looking for […]

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A Look At HOI – An Amiga Classic?

In the past, HOI was often mentioned when we discussed platform games on the Amiga, for some reason the game got a silly amount of fans, and to this very day, this is something i really can’t comprehend why. HOI is, without a doubt, a high profile title that many have played either in the […]

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