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    Amiga A drive to the PiStorm: Virtual Hard Drives on the Amiga A500

    If I still had my A500, I'd definitely be getting one of these. Not sure it works on the A1200.
  2. News Atari 2600 version of Shadow of the Beast finished

    Soul of the Beast is an Atari 2600 game inspired by the classic Amiga game, Shadow of the Beast. The game was previously under working title of Legacy of the Beast and was coded by Michael Christophersson (@aeriflame on Twitter.) and runs on NTSC Atari systems, as well as Stella, Gopher2600...
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    Amiga AmigaOS 3.2 for all Classic Amigas released and available

    Hyperion Entertainment CVBA is very pleased to announce the immediate availability of AmigaOS 3.2 for 68K based Amigas. AmigaOS 3.2 comes packed with well over 100 new features, dozens of updates that cover nearly all AmigaOS components and a battery of bugfixes that will undoubtedly solidify...
  4. News Protovision seeking funding for new 8-button, 9-pin controller

    Protovison, the publisher of retro homebrew games such as Soul Force and Sam’s Journey are seeking funding for a multi-button controller for Commodore 64 games, which will also work for Atari and Amiga. The controller, named the Protopad, will have 8 buttons, and joy upon joy, one of the...
  5. News two Shadow of the Beast ‘demakes’ in the works

    Shadow of the Beast is a platform game that was released for the Amiga in 1989, and ported to a variety of platforms since, including the ZX Spectrum, Atari Lynx and Mega Drive. The game was most recently remade for the PlayStation 4 in 2016. The Amiga original version Now Intellivision and...
  6. News Amiga Shmup, Golden Wing, to get physical release by Bitmap Soft

    Golden Wing, a shoot-em-up for the Amiga released by Copper Sky in 2017, is to get a physical release thanks to Bitmap Soft. The game, which takes inspiration from Asteroids and Stardust, has minimum requirements of an Amiga 500 with 512k Expansion. The Golden Wing Deluxe Edition is...
  7. News New multi-platform text-adventure, The Curse of Rabenstein, out now

    Commodore Plus/4 Version The Curse of Rabenstein is a new horror text adventure from Stefan Vogt. The game is available on multiple formats: Commodore 64, Commodore Plus/4, Amstrad CPC, ZX Spectrum, ZX Spectrum Next, Amiga, Atari ST, MS-DOS and should you wish, ‘modern PC’. Vogt has previously...
  8. Feature A/V Output, OCT 2019: Round-up of the best in Retro gaming Youtube and podcasts

    In A/V Output we take a gander at the latest podcasts and YouTube videos of interest to the retro gamer! If we’re missing your favourite podcaster or YouTuber, let us know and we’ll take a look. The First video game How do you define the first videogame? Ahoy! works it out.. What was The...
  9. Feature Our first look at Game Streaming Service: Antstream

    We first heard about Antstream last year, and it sounded right up our street! Anstream is pretty much “Netflix for retro games”, and offers you the chance to stream and play a whole bunch of retro-games on Windows, Mac, Linux and consoles for a monthly subscription (£9.99 per month, or you can...
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