A new Amiga PD game was released in April 2016. It is called Oubliette and was created by James Wilkinson.
I gave it spin and it was fun! 🙂 I recommend you give it a go. It’s great that people are still making games for our beloved Amiga.
Here’s what the author writes about the game:
An 8-Bit style arcade random dungeon crawl. My first completed game developed with AMOS Pro, Deluxe Paint, Pro Tracker. Music by TobbX, additional graphics by cesarloose and Nintendo. Title Screen: Move joystick up and down to choose between 1 Player, 2 Player, Display Highscore and Quit. In game: Joystick to move, fire to attack, fire + direction to throw a fireball, stand still facing projectiles to bounce them away with your shield. Suggested Win UAE Settings: CPU & FPU Settings: CPU: 68040, MMU FPU: None CPU Emulation Speed: Approximate A500/A1200 or Cycle Exact Cycle Exact CPU Emulation Speed: CPU Frequency - Custom, 25Mhz Chipset Settings: Chipset: AGA, Cycle Exact (Full), Cycle Exact (DMA, Memory Accesses), Chipset Extra - A4000 Collision Level:: Full Advanced Chipset Settings: Compatible Settings ROM Settings: Main ROM file: Kick 3.1 RAM Settings: Chip: 8MB Slow: 1.5MB
You can download the game from here: http://aminet.net/game/actio/Oubliette.adf
As you can see from the link, it is in the .ADF format, which makes it easy to use with an emulator or Gotek.
Hope you find this new game interesting and please feel free to leave a comment about it. 🙂 Thanks for visiting my blog and hope to see you back soon!
PS: Here’s a few screenshots I took while testing the game in WinUAE:
Wow, old style is coming back! 😊
It sure is! 🙂
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Maybe one day we will wake up and we’ll discover we actually are in 1985. If only……
Thanks for playing and for your kind words about my game – I’m glad you enjoyed playing it!
Hi and thanks for visiting my blog. 🙂 Thumbs up for the game and keep up the good work. Hope you’ll make more in the future! 🙂
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I’ll have to check that out when I get a chance. Great to see people still making games for retro systems.
It’s pretty good. Hope you’ll enjoy it! 🙂
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