Mr. Atari has released the version 2.02 of Atari LiteDOS targeting the Atari 8-bit family of computers. Formerly known as TinyDOS, the new version offers a fully-feature DOS for Atari machines using only 2k of RAM,...
Super Galax-I-Birds isn't the only game worth talking about this week, as The New Dimension has released a rather lovely C64 Shoot 'em up called ' Starfysh Remix', which was programmed and music by Richard Bayliss and graphics by Shaun Pearson. Now if you love the classic game Delta, then this game is the game for you as not only does it look like a clone of that game, but it has varied
The retro news just keeps on coming this week, as earlier today we found out that ' Sabre Wulf ' is currently being remade by Retrotechy, as a high quality isometric game which looks like it might be coming to a PC near you. This game also appeared in our news feeds recently as that same game, a classic Ultimate Play the Game Classic from 1984, is also being developed for the Atari XL/XE as a
In 1993 Bungie Software released Pathways into Darkness the most advanced and ground breaking First Person Shooter for the Macintosh that broke new ground combining adventuring with a first person shooter. This game which sadly vanished into the void after the Macintosh hardware evolved has never been featured on this site before, and as such it's with great pleasure as thanks to a heads up by
By: Jon Ritman & Bernie Drummond / Ocean Genre: Arcade Adventure Players: 1
Difficulty: Medium Featured Version: ZX Spectrum First Day Score: 824
Also Available For: Amstrad CPC, Amstrad PCW, MSX
RKS Score: 8/10
For those who had the privilege to experience videogames during the 80s and 90s (like yours truly), you probably noticed that the period between the late 80s and early 90s was probably the most prolific in terms of novelties. Basically, developers back then (but especially during that specific period) threw every idea they had at the wall to see what stuck and what not. In other words,
It writes, rates, creates, even telecommunicates. Costs less, does more – the Commodore 64:
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Original article: Advertisement: Costs less, does more – the Commodore 64
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Nobomi has made a new revision of the ARMSiD PCB which however has the same hardware features as the previous one. A new firmware update for the ARMSiD has also been released by Nobomi. Below is the changelog taken directly from the website. Differences between FW 2.8 and previous version: The start and the end [...]
Another MSX hardware project starring the v9990 GFX extension.
Another MSX hardware project starring the v9990 GFX extention.
C64 owners do you fancy playing a rather cool shoot em up where the only goal is to get the highest score against your opponent? Well look no further than Super Galax-I-Birds! A wickedly fast shoot em up by C64 Crap Debunk, that doesn't just feature a rapid onslaught of enemy bird like creatures, but there's also a brilliant fast paced soundtrack that really suits the game being played too!
Things are slowly getting back to normal on Indie Retro News after my earlier computer failure, as we are pleased to announce ReImagine Games via Earok on the EAB forums, has released an update to the LaserDisc game 'Road Avenger ' for the Commodore Amiga. This game was announced as a first for the Amiga last year, when prior to that it was both an Arcade LaserDisc game and later ported over
Micro Kids? I thought they looked small. It seems Gary Plowman may have an obsession with Spectrums - first he wrote a book of self-penned ZX Spectrum games in his ZX Spectrum Games Code Club book, now he's back again (but this time in novel form) with another book featuring the old Speccy. Though we are treated also with other notable home micros (you should have noticed the C64 on the cover
Did you enjoy playing Super Impulse’s Tiny Arcades? Want to play some classic old school games on a device this is just a tad bigger than a credit card? If you answered yes to any of the above questions, then you will be gobsmacked by Super Impulses’s new MicroArcade devices! The MicroArcade is the size […]
When Knights of Bytes released Sam's Journey for the Commodore 64 back in 2017 it was a huge hit! Indie Retro News awarded Sam's Journey game of the year 2017 as this game really surpassed all our expectations, delivering us a huge epic adventure that really pushed the limitations of the C64. Despite being a home computer title, the game has very strong console vibes to it, and it plays very
This week has been one of those weeks...The site computer all but keels over, the weather isn't that great and headaches are getting in the way! Oh well at least there's good news for this evening, as we've been told by Saberman that Climacus and Errazking's Atic Atac inspired remake of ' Tiki Taca ', is available to play right now on your ZX Spectrum via the ZX DEV MIA Remakes competition.
We chat with Matthew Smith about his exciting Amiga Power magazine-inspired remix album!
A 4th video surfaced from Vince Balla, check it out for another glimpse of 1989's Hungary, and old computers being used in classrooms.