1990 Titus Software Platform: Commodore Amiga, Atari ST and PC Commando War was to be a very ambitious title from Titus Software back in 1990, a sort of cross between Populous and Cannon Fodder. But what was particularly ambitious was … Continue reading
Category Archives: Amiga
1993-1994 Imagitec Platforms: Atari Falcon and Jaguar, Sega Mega CD, Amiga CD 32 and PC As we moved into the 1990s, games were becoming far bigger and bolder – especially with emerging new data storage options for consoles and computers. … Continue reading
Following on from the early screens from the original Silly Putty post (released as Putty), here are more, but this time from the sequel that would eventually become Putty Squad.
Thanks to Ross Sillifant, here are a few more screenshots for the unreleased Psygnosis Amiga game Superhero – which wasn’t cancelled as such, but oddly caught up in a police raid. More on that in a moment.
1992 Thalamus Restrictor was being developed by Arc Developments during the early 1990s for the Commodore Amiga (and also reportedly the C64). It was to be an original title from Arc, developed for Thalamus where you could drive and also … Continue reading
1992 Palace Software Note: This is heavily based on the original C64 archive entry. Originally starting off and named as Barbarian 3, this was originally to be a straightforward sequel to Barbarian 2, following a very similar structure. This was … Continue reading
Thanks to Ross Sillifant for bringing a number of unreleased Amiga game screens to our attention, we also spotted some early Silly Putty screens and thought we’d add them to the archive. As you can see the game was looking … Continue reading
1991-1992 System 3 Many of you will be aware of Constructor, the classic construction yard game developed by System 3 and released by Acclaim in 1997. Released on PC, and then later PlayStation and other platforms.
Yves Grolet, programmer on Amiga classics such as Agony and Unreal (so not the Epic game!) has recently archived and released remains of his Amiga hard drive and various floppy disks to the public domain. These include the full sources … Continue reading
Many of you growing up with Codemaster’s 8-bit budget games may remember a quirky title called Tilt, where you control a 3D maze and rotate it in various directions to guide a ball to an exit point, whilst avoiding a … Continue reading