IRIDIUM - Last day Kickstarter

The last 35 days of our Kickstarter ends tomorrow.  Still lots to do but an exciting time ahead. With the Kickstarter so close to a Nintendo Switch Port.
We still have plans for a future Amiga Port, either AmigaOS or Vampire Amigas.

It Came From The Desert Remake. Episode 2

After the game announcement and presentation, here is the second episode of the remake, directly taken (with author permission) from the official web site. This second episode focuses on exploring new environments at first and then deals with another minigame, this time related to the deadliest enemies of the game: the giant ants. According to the […]

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IRIDIUM 5 days to go - Kickstarter Campaign

Hello Amigans :)

It's always interesting to know if word gets out sometimes :)
Firstly, it's wonderful seeing the Amiga move forward in so many ways. New games, new hardware for both classics and NG machines. As a proud owner of an Amiga 1200 and an X5000 I enjoy seeing new developments, software, hardware, even emulation.

A Look At AmiTen’s Coco Banana

Coco Banana is AmiTen’s second full release Amiga game, it was released in December 2018, their first game (The Dream Of Rowan) was released back in December 2017. AmiTen is most likely best known for the controversy around their game releases the last few years, I won’t dwell too much into that as all I can […]

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TwittAmiga

I find social media is a very polarising medium. On one hand, its biggest strength is that it can connect you with other people over a shared interest that you may […]

It Came From The Desert Remake. Game Announcement

As you guys know, this blog is mainly about Amiga, retro gaming and Sony consoles. Nonetheless, we always keep an open-minded attitude and our “radars” on to the spot and lock-on titles that we deem closely related to our main objectives or to our common past. Just as an example, we revied articles that were […]

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Fienix

It has been a while since I posted anything regarding my experiences with Linux on my AmigaOne X5000 machine.  Regular readers of my blog will be aware that I succeeded […]

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