New Commercial Amiga Game: Tales of Gorluth

New commercial Amiga game - Tales of Gorluth: The Tear Stone Saga
New commercial Amiga game – Tales of Gorluth: The Tear Stone Saga

Greetings and salutations dear visitor,

If you thought the Amiga software market was dead and buried you were wrong… very wrong indeed… ๐Ÿ˜‰ Turns out a brand new commercial game is about to be released!

The game is called Tales of Gorluth: The Tear Stone Saga. It has been developed by two guys, Patrick Nevia and Javier Alcaniz.

After what I read on, it is an action adventure offering over five hours of game-play.

If you visit their homepage, which is available here (Tales of Gorluth – Homepage), you can download a demo of the game to try it out for yourself (I’ve also included a link in this post, right here). You can also pre-order the game and the be one of the first to get it when it is released in July this summer! I know I’m going to get this one, that’s for sure. Price? Only 15 EUR including postage!

Anyone else getting this game?

Thanks for reading!


  1. It’s cool. I’ve known that Amiga still has a following ๐Ÿ™‚ People LOVE retro!

    Do you have a wordpress account?


    • Hi Eric! Thanks for commenting. ๐Ÿ™‚ Retro seems like the big thing these days – guess a lot of people are in a nostalgic mode. ๐Ÿ˜‰ Yes, have a WordPress account that I use for this blog.


  2. It kind of looks (at least from the screen shots) like Ys and the original Legend Of Zelda. You’re going to have to do a review of this game if you buy it. The website doesn’t give too much detail as to what the game’s story is about.


    • Yes, that’s true. It does look similar! I have placed a pre-order for the game, so will do a full-scale review in July with some pics and possibly video. Can’t wait to get hold of it. ๐Ÿ™‚


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