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Cyberpunks coder, Adrian Cummings, working on new top-down adventure Amiga game – Dungeonette

Adrian Cummings, the brains behind Cyberpunks for the Amiga, has announced his upcoming game, Dungeonette – The New Adventure – a top-down dungeon crawler type game for the Amiga. No ETA as yet, Cummings says that he “started it pretty much after CyberPunks 2 was released, so it’s a slow burner project I guess. I’m Cyberpunks coder, Adrian Cummings, working on new top-down adventure Amiga game – Dungeonette

Jeroen Domburg creates Vectrex Portable that takes carts and has a tiny CRT

Jeroen Domburg, aka Sprite_tm, is a hardware and software hacker, and has created a portable hand-held Vectrex, which he showcased at the recent Hackaday Supercon. His build, which uses FPGA board, a mini CRT (from an old video intercom), can play original Vectrex carts, as well as a range of home-brew and “back up” carts Jeroen Domburg creates Vectrex Portable that takes carts and has a tiny CRT

Not one but TWO online-enabled Dreamcast vehicular games! Driving Strikers, and the return of Daytona USA

Dreamcast owners, rejoice! You now have two more games to play online – one is new, Driving Strikers, and the other, is the return of an old friend, Daytona USA. Driving Strikers Driving Strikers is a new Rocket League-style game for Dreamcast, Windows and Linux. The game is a 2.5D car football extravaganza in a Not one but TWO online-enabled Dreamcast vehicular games! Driving Strikers, and the return of Daytona USA

Arlasoft creates version of mobile game, 2048, for a 1966 Apollo Guidance Computer

Nick Sherman of Arlasoft has created a version of the mobile game, 2048, for the computer that provided computation and electronic interfaces for guidance, navigation, and control of the Apollo spacecraft. Sherman says, “The game is written in AGC assembly, just like the Command Module and Lunar Lander software from the Apollo missions, and takes Arlasoft creates version of mobile game, 2048, for a 1966 Apollo Guidance Computer