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DR. MARIA - A rather nice Dr. Mario clone for the Commodore 64 [Indie Retro News] [[source]]

Another interesting news story has appeared which is well worth a mention on Indie Retro News, is the latest *Public* Commodore 64 release of 'DR MARIA' by Sysantmin. A Commodore 64 game which is not only a clone of the 1990 puzzle video game of Dr Mario; a game originally by Nintendo for the Nintendo Entertainment System, Famicom, and Game Boy. But the game features 20 levels of arcade fun with

Super Star Trek - 1970s source code of the 80 column printer terminal based simulation, converted to many 8bit systems! [Indie Retro News] [[source]]

Fancy a new game for the Acorn Electron, BBC Micro, Commodore PET, Commodore 64, Plus/4 or Vic-20, then you've come to the right place! As thanks to a heads up by a good friend of ours in our inbox, we've learnt of a classic treky game that has been released for all those systems mentioned above called 'Super Star Trek'. As in the words of electron.greg (as an example for the Commodore 64 version

Plan B 2 - Fandal and Miker have released a new(ish) game for the Atari XL/XE! [Indie Retro News] [[source]]

The A8 retro games just keep on coming throughout the weekend, as thanks to another heads up earlier today from our good friend Saberman, he has told us that Fandal and Miker have released a new(ish) game for the Atari XL/XE called Plan B 2. An Atari 8bit conversion from the BBC Micro which was originally released back in 1987 by Paul Brittan and Andrew Foord as Pan B. To coincide with this news,

Akumajou Dracula AGA - Upcoming Castlevania for the Amiga gets new demo footage! [Indie Retro News] [[source]]

We've certainly played our fare share of Castlevania inspired games over the years, especially the most impressive Castlevania Spectral Interlude by Sanchez on the ZX Spectrum. But today news is super special and well worth a mention, as thanks to another heads up by the Scorpion Facebook page, we've been shown some brand new footage of the upcoming Castlevania demo of 'Akumajou Dracula AGA'; An

Herisferix - An enhanced Shoot 'em up for your Commodore 64 by TND [Indie Retro News] [[source]]

The Commodore 64 news just keeps on coming this week, as earlier today we were informed by our good friend and Youtubber Saberman, that TND has released a new C64 game called 'Herisferix'; An enhanced version of a SEUCK game that according to the team behind the game features "pretty cool enhancements, such as enemy firing intelligence, some power ups and no SEUCK slowdown syndrome". To coincide

Toki C64 Remastered is in development, early footage shown! [Indie Retro News] [[source]]

Toki was and still is an awesome arcade shooter platformer that was released way back in 1989 by a designer by the name of Akira Sakuma for many different systems such as the NES, Sega Mega Drive, Atari Lynx, Atari ST, Amiga and Commodore 64. In it you played as an enhanced Ape transformed from a Human that could shoot energy balls from his mouth defeating strange creatures and finally an evil

Space Taxi - An Iconic Commodore 64 game arrives on the Atari XL/XE and it's pretty decent! [Indie Retro News] [[source]]

Here we are with another interesting story that's just been sent to us by Saberman and F. Santellocco, and it's the latest release of the iconic C64 game 'Space Taxi' for the Atari XL/XE. As in the words of the email we've recently been sent " Many years ago we talked about a game release, I don't remember which one ah ah. An Italian friend of mine, Andrea Cucchetto, former A8 and Atari ST coder,

Music LED Spectrum Analyzer (Vu-Meter) [nIGHTFALL] [[source]]

I have also bought a LED spectrum analyzer, very nice and impressive but certainly not suitable for professional use, but who cares! The technical features are many and not very intuitive to be changed with just two buttons on the back. However, I’ll summarize them very briefly: Automatic detection of Microphone or Audio Input (Jack [...]

Dreamcast and GameCube Gaming On The Go [Australian Retro Gamer] [[source]]

Ever dreamed of having a portable version of Sega’s Dreamcast and/or Nintendo’s GameCube consoles? You may not need to dream anymore! We know you’ll throw the old, “but my Steam Deck (or Ayaneo or hacked PS Vita) can emulate these consoles already!”, well let us tell ya, these portable versions are a step closer to […]

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Aliens NeoPlasma - A great Aliens themed ZX Spectrum game that should be experienced on a ZX Spectrum Next! [Indie Retro News] [[source]]

It wasn't long ago now that we had the pleasure of playing the awesome game 'Aliens NeoPlasma ' on the Spectrum which was developed by Sanchez crew (Russian Federation); a horror platformer as their own take on the Aliens movie theme complete with friendly face-huggers. Well fast forward to this month however and as a great heads up by Liqmatrix in our inbox, we've been told this great game has

Galaxian500 - This Arcade conversion by JOTD and team for the Commodore Amiga looks super cool! [Indie Retro News] [[source]]

Quick Boxart by Mrv2kIt was only just the other day that we announced that JOTD was working on an Arcade to Commodore Amiga conversion of the classic game of 'Galaxian'; a game that was regarded as an Arcade hit from all the way back to 1979-1984. Well we have some interesting news that's just been sent to us by Saberman, as JOTD and team have made available a brand new beta play test; a

PETSCII Bros - A Commodore PET homage to Mario Bros, a 1983 arcade game! [Indie Retro News] [[source]]

Fancy another quality release for the Commodore PET, then you've come to the right place! As thanks to another heads up by a good friend of ours on both Facebook and Twitter, we've just learnt of a new game that you can play right now called 'PETSCII Bros' by Jimbo; an Arcade homage to that classic game of Mario Bros which was released way back in 1983. To coincide with this news, the creator has

Tony - Previously announced Amiga game by Monochrome Productions gets new footage! [ DEMO RELEASED ] [Indie Retro News] [[source]]

The Amiga news just keeps on coming! As after already featuring the latest release of Tapper and the in development Galaxian, we have recently been informed by Saberman, that a new Amiga demo has been teased for the upcoming game of 'Tony' by Monochrome Productions! While we don't have any information about the games development just yet, all we can go on is this new demo footage video provided