Thanks to contributor RVO for the heads up about a couple of Amiga game concepts being posted and spotted online on Pinterest. In total, 3 very cool looking concepts in the shape of “Magic”, “Mystic Dream” and “Venturer”. A shame … Continue reading →
Thanks to ‘Lifeschool’ for the heads up, where Mark Sibly gave a quick interview to talk about Gloom. Another contributor on the forum gave details of an Australian game in development called “Stop Saddam”.
A huge thanks to both Carleton Handley and Vinny Mainolfi for passing on this abandoned prototype for us to put on the site which was for the Amiga platform. Vinny has been chatting with Carleton recently about his work, who … Continue reading →
GTW recently had an email from Andy Swann, who was one of the key programmers at Twilight back in the early 90’s, and one of the lead developers of the cool Alfred Chicken on the Amiga. Andy has been attempting … Continue reading →
A huge surprise for Amiga fans today, as System 3 have released the Amiga version of Putty Squad after being missing for almost 20 years and to mark the release of the Playstation release. The game has been preserved thanks … Continue reading →
1993 Codemasters Code – Colin Jones Graphics – Keith Ross Music – Allister Brimble (?) This game is one of the rumoured unreleased 22 Codemasters games which one day we hope to track down and bring to you, like Codemasters … Continue reading →
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1992 Bullfrog Platforms: Atari ST, Commodore Amiga and PC Code – Paul Hughes Graphics – Mark R. Cobley-Jones Music – N/A Ah ‘Flood’… The memories had with this awesome Amiga game back in the day. With its groundbreaking speech effects … Continue reading →
Head over to Amiga Games That Weren’t for four new entries! Amiga Putty Squad isnt the only version of that game which wasnt released. aGTWs detour into the world of the Playstation 2 and the unreleased Putty Squad PS2 fills … Continue reading →
Amiga Games That Werent dips into the deep pool of unreleased Wolfenstein 3D and Doom clone engines on the Amiga: Alastair M. Robinsons AMRWolf is an early texture-mapped and ray casting engine created using the Amigas Copper Chunky mode and … Continue reading →
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