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..ΛRTΣTΛTΞ.. Sep 14
𝑨𝑴𝑰𝑮𝑨 in stereo by JAFFE (1988) 🇳🇴
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Retro Game Geeks 27m
GUY SPY AND THE CRYSTALS OF ARMAGEDDON: Here's the Amiga cover for the 1992 ReadySoft game. Also released for other formats this was a great looking interactive cartoon, did you ever stop Von Max from using a Doomsday Machine?
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Erik Hogan Sep 12
Finally, time for a Scorpion Engine for update. Replaced all of the graphics and sounds in the in the Alex Kidd demo with CC/free licenced replacements, in particular the "Monkey Lad" pack from OpenGameArt. Precompiled ADF at
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Toni Gálvez 2D/3D Graphics. Sep 15
That's the version, is wonderful.
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Games That Weren't (Frank Gasking) 58m
Today we present a surprise and early prototype of the cancelled Green Thang platformer that was actually intended for release on the back in 1994 by Creative Edge.
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David Motowylak Sep 17
Another shooter for the ! Banshee was inspired by classic vertical-scrolling shooters such as 1942, developed by Core Design and released for AGA only machines (Amiga 1200 and CD32) in 1994. The pixel artwork in this game is so nicely done, really a great looking game!
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RetroCollector Sep 17
A new entry for my collection 😇... Wonder who dares to eat that 30 year old popcorn now 🍿🤔...
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RetroWizzard Sep 15
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AlanLong Sep 16
It was the very first game I clapped eyes on for the . When I saw it, my first thought was that coin-op arcades would have to close down - they just don't know it yet! You finally had gaming right in your bedroom, but it came with a sadness of what was to follow.
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CommodoreBlog Sep 16
The Ranger, an early Amiga prototype.
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Mark #JUDGE DROKK# Hellewell Sep 15
A piece of history just discovered after 30 years by original ANARCHY team-member MOLE - . BTW:- I'm chronicling 7 of the biggest ANARCHY produtions in from across several issues - started in issue 11.
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Manx Retro Gamer 🕹️ Sep 17
Game: The Spy Who Loved Me Media: Magazine advert Year: 1990 Platform: Amiga | C64 | ZX Spectrum | More Buy this historic game at:
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James Hare 18h
Had a little tidy of the shelves, VHS and Amiga big box games
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V.E.D. 22h
Arcade Endings: Dragonninja If i remember right, this ending has a final screen taken from the japanese arcade version ending, rather than the world release. However it lacks everything else (credits and cast)
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Mark 24m
This has been in pieces for months waiting for me to put the final bits together. I removed the header pins and soldered the speaker / rotary encoder connections as the Dupont connectors were a bit tall.
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Coffeehound RetroSharka 🦈☕️🕹️ Sep 12
Processing now on Youtube and about to go live: a new episode of Nostalgic Nibbles! Lucky 13! In this new episode of my ongoing series, I'll be taking a look at a game I used to play quite a lot on the ; Mindscape's SciFi dungeon-crawling RPG, Captive.
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Retro32 Sep 12
This is how a loft (attic) should look. Follow us on IG theretro32uk
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Eric Schwartz Productions 10h
- 2007 (Pictured: Original '80s Amiga team circa 2007) In a bit of irony, as the influence of the IP owners shrank, the options for Amiga-style computing, both official & unofficial, grew, as well as the types of users, from serious hobbyist to retro gamer.
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Extremely Angery Trash Doggo Sep 12
Although 's chars were my proper introduction to the furry and retro computing communities, I aspire to finally own an Amiga some day and experience them the way they were always meant to be. Anyways, have a Sheila Vixen doodle!
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Salamandery Sep 15
Late to the party in 1995 but still a unique action adventure for . Odyssey has you changing into creatures and solving puzzles as you explore.
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