1994 Bloodhouse / Housemarque

Platform: Amiga CD32 and Amiga 1200

Thanks to Grzegorz Antosiewicz for the heads up regarding a title by the creators of Super Stardust. Aggression was to be a horizontally scrolling shooter with ray traced graphics and up to 512 colours on screen at once.

There was to be full screen multilayer scrolling and very large sprites making use of every clock cycle the Amiga had to offer. The CD32 edition would have better animation and music played directly from CD.

The game just completely disappeared from sight and hasn’t been heard of since. Although a very early demo has sneaked out and is available, the later raytraced edition has yet to surface in any shape or form. Could it be found some day and how far exactly did it get?


3 Responses to Aggression

  1. I belive that those games were internal projects made by Bloodhouse studio before they merge with Terramarque to form Housemarque. Both studios have some great games that were released and some projects in works. It is just they need more people to finish one game and made it as good as possible so they take people from other projects (and cancel them as result) that were too similar. They created Stardust, Super Stardust and Commodore was gone so they must adapt to new markets.

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