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New Amiga Book Coming On KS

Over a year ago I reviewed the outstanding book Commodore: The Inside Story,  from former Commodore UK managing director David Pleasance. Writing said a review was a kind of cathartic experience to me since, as you can learn by reading my biography here, I was “forced” to stay away from computers the exact moment their […]

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The Curse Of Rabenstein Review

In a world that is often depersonalized and where we tend to follow major brands instead of real people, it is a real pleasure to finally find someone really inspiring. As far as I am concerned, this one is Stefan Vogt, adventures writer and coder who we already introduced on these pages with Hibernated 1 […]

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A Mind Forever Voyaging

In 2031 the world is on the brink of chaos. In the United States of North America, spiraling crime and unemployment rates, decayed school systems and massive government regulations have led to a lazy, contentious society. To reverse this critical situation, government and industry leaders have developed a Plan combining the economic freedom and strong […]

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A Look At The Curse Of Rabenstein – C64 Edition

It is a fact that text adventures and semi-graphic adventures are living a second youth (or, maybe, even a third one). Here at Amigaguru, we covered the outstanding game from Pond Software more than once, with an unboxing of Hibernated 1 first, and with the game review afterward. This time we are dealing with the […]

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Hibernated1 Review

Almost a year ago we published a close insight on this game by Stefan Vogt and Pond Software. Back then the choice was made to “only” review the unboxing of the physical edition, since the game is a text-adventure and, as such, is kind of difficult to visually explain. Said physical edition was just way […]

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Agony Remake – No Magic And No Art

The original Art & Magic game AGONY is one of the best games I have ever played on my Amiga and yes that was thanks to the setting, graphics, music and the usual top-notch presentation seen in most Psygnosis games at the time and yes I find it rather amazing that neither Psygnosis or SONY […]

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A Look At Tiny Little Slug For The Amiga

Tiny Little Slug is one of those games that I have been anxiously waiting for and that for a good reason, as not only was it a new Amiga game but a rather good looking platforming game in the style of Globdule and Steg The Slug. The game comes in a big brown box and […]

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A Look At Ultracore Collector’s Edition – Hardcore Returns

It is time to go back to 1993, a time when the Amiga had AAA studios still releasing games and everything looked absolutely brilliant. Digital Illusions had just released some news about two upcoming action platformer type of games and they also reported that their last pinball game (Pinball Fantasies was just recently released for […]

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