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Zoo 2019: C64 – Official demo party results [nIGHTFALL] [[source]]

This is the official demo party results from Zoo 2019. See also the CSDB ZOO 2019 section for more informations. C64 Demo: 1 – Out of Contex by Artline Designs 2 – Void Mind 84% by Extend (*)         3 – Able Marble by Accession 4 – Metadimension by Pers’ Wastaiset Produktiot 5 – [...]

RandTown Emailer! [Plus/4 World] [[source]]

RoePipi is back again with another game in the RandTown series called RandTown Emailer. This time, you take on the exciting role of a secretary. As the town expands, you must quickly "email" the new residents by typing their initials. You win if you email 50 houses, but you must be quick, because if you miss 10, the game is over.If you enjoyed the fast-paced quirky gameplay of the other games in this series, then you'll love RandTown Emailer as well.Get to emailing!

Lynx Quest - A new Atari Lynx game preview available as v1.04 [Indie Retro News] [[source]]

Atari Lynx gamers you may be interested in this news update, as we've just been given the heads up by Saberman, that the action adventure game of ' Lynx Quest ', which was created for 30th Lynx Competition by AtariGamer, has been released as a 1.04 preview. Although the game can be downloaded as a preview version below, the team behind the game as New Generation is hoping to finalize the game

The Secret of Monkey Island - An adventure Pirate classic reviewed by Cola Powered Gamer [Indie Retro News] [[source]]

When discussing adventure games, one game will always come up, The Secret of Monkey Island. The Secret of Monkey Island or simply Monkey Island I was developed by Lucasfilm Games (later LucasArts) and released in 1990. Created by now industry legends Ron Gilbert, Tim Schafer, and Dave Grossman, it was created due to developers frustration with contemporary adventure games. Ron Gilbert

PAX Aus 2019 Highlights [Australian Retro Gamer] [[source]]

Judging by our PAX Aus Classic Gaming highlights feature, you would have been forgiven in thinking that there was nothing else to see at this year’s PAX Aus. Well, we are here to tell you that there was stacks to see and experience, from great panels, awesome cosplay, pin and badge hunts to booth raids […]

DAAD's Home! Hibernated 1 & Eight Feet Under [Plus/4 World] [[source]]

It comes from an ancient Spanish code environment to write adventure games, and it has slept for 30 years. Just the pure desire not to make it fall by the wayside has given new life to DAAD, this time in English language, this time for multiple systems. Stefan Vogt is the man who recovered, extended and translated the adventure game engine originally coded byTim Gilberts, by teaming up with him. That has been the push for him to write and release his adventures sci-fi saga: Hibernated 1 - This Place is Death, and its direct spinoff Eight Feet Under - A Hibernated 1 Addon, produced under the label of Pond Software Ltd., and already released on physical media by Both the adventures hit the 8bit game, instantly becoming a must-have among the retro-enthusiasts, gaining high scores in several reviews.And that's the part of the whole story we love the most: DAAD interpreter was still missing a Plus/4 branch, so our great friend siz came to save the day: his work about extending the DAAD to the 264 series too has allowed the original author to touch the Plus/4 shores with both the games, presented in a classy C64/Plus4 double system single D64 release. Needless to say, there's a clear smell of physical release for this.Have you ever dreamed about a journey far beyond the known regions of the universe? Close to Vega, Olivia Lund is on the trail of one of mankind's greatest secrets and a thousand-year-old mystery. After over 200 years in hypersleep, she wakes up alone on her stranded ship, the Polaris-7. The artificial intelligence Io seems to be her only remaining friend now.The author reminds to all of you that of course is advisable to play them in a logical sequence. The game is a donateware, so you can download only from the author's homepage, and name your own price.siz, Stefan: thanks guys for your effort! Hibernated 1, and Eight Feet Under: this more alive than ever!

Stela – Xbox One Review [Australian Retro Gamer] [[source]]

Get ready to set forth and fulfil your destiny in Stela, the latest title from Skybox Labs, out now on the Xbox One. Stela is a wonderful journey portrayed as a 2.5D platformer that has players traversing through an unforgiving but beautifully cinematic world and witnessing the end of an ancient civilisation. Upon awakening in […]

PAX Aus 2019 was a Classic [Australian Retro Gamer] [[source]]

Wow, PAX Aus 2019 was an absolute blast! What a great 3 days. We just wish it went for longer. The Classic Gaming area was busy with many attendees coming in and enjoying everything that was on offer; from classic gaming systems, vintage handhelds, to old school arcade and pinball machines. The Australian Pinball Museum […]

C64 Demo by FairLight (2019): The Last Truckstop 3 [Commodore Computer Club - USA] [[source]]

Check out this amazing C64 sound and graphics demo called “The Last Truckstop 3” created by FairLight for the Commodore 64 demo competition at Datastorm held August 2-4, 2019 in Gothenburg, Sweden:

After watching this demo, seeing the Amiga style graphics and hearing the C64 SID chip rock, it’s no surprise that FairLight won the competition with this demo.

You can download the demo here:

Original article: C64 Demo by FairLight (2019): The Last Truckstop 3

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Kung Fu Master - Upcoming Amiga conversion of a classic Arcade game gets an update [Indie Retro News] [[source]]

While many of you are still playing the excellent Arcade conversion of 'Rygar', there's another conversion you might be interested in playing, although not yet finished, and that's Kung Fu Master by Seko. Yes indeed this game which appeared in the 1980's in the Arcades that was later released on many different systems including the Atari 2600, Atari 7800, Amstrad CPC, Apple II, Commodore 64,

Bruce Lee RX - An enhanced ZX Spectrum Bruce Lee gets a release [Indie Retro News] [[source]]

As we said before, we've certainly featured the 1984 game of Bruce Lee more than a few times now, especially with games such as Eel Ecurb for the Atari XL/XE and Bruce Lee - Return of Fury released on the C64. But now after a weekend of retro gaming events, we are pleased to shout to the hill tops that Allan Turvey has released the Bruce Lee graphical overhaul of Bruce Lee RX for the ZX