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DaemonClaw : Origins of Nnar - BitBeamCannon needs your feedback for their upcoming Amiga, Sega Mega Drive and modern system platformer! [Indie Retro News] [[source]]

Indie Retro News has been flooded with new updates in our inbox, from new Amiga games to those released on the Amstrad, Atari XL/XE, C64 and the ZX Spectrum. But now thanks to another heads up from Walter in our Commodore Amiga Facebook group, he has told us not only has the upcoming Amiga, PC and Sega Mega Drive game of 'DaemonClaw' been teased with new footage, but the creators are looking for

Revenge of Trasmoz - This upcoming Amstrad game via Volcanobytes looks super cool! [Indie Retro News] [[source]]

In 2020 Volcanobytes, Defecto Digital, Beyker, ThePope and BitFans, with cover/box art by Dani Diez, released the fabulous ZX Spectrum game of The Curse of Trasmoz; an Arcade game in which you played as a brave hero, on a quest to break an evil curse throughout multiple areas of more than 20 challenging yet well designed levels! Well fast forward to today and thanks to Volcanobytes who contacted

Beethoven's Revenge - Play as BEETHOVEN in this rather lovely ZX Spectrum game from ZXAMAZE [Indie Retro News] [[source]]

Another ZX Spectrum game has graced our screens, as looking through the itch.io website, we've just come across a rather cool looking new ZX Spectrum game developed by ZXAMAZE called 'Beethoven's Revenge'; A game in which playing as the recently revived BEETHOVEN, you must not only break out of a musical detention camp of the future, but you also have to collect the necessary instruments to

1942 - Arcade quality port is still coming to the Amiga with new shown! [Indie Retro News] [[source]]

In 1984 a great shoot 'em up was released for the Arcades by Capcom and that game was 1942. A game in which you not only had to shoot down enemy planes including bombers, but you could also perform awesome rolls while collecting power ups. Thankfully this game which was one of the highlights of that era, is still coming to the Amiga. As thanks to a heads up from Saberman, we have been told

Knights and Slimes - In dev Arcade platformer for the C64 by Monte Boyd gets a new world map tease [Indie Retro News] [[source]]

The first announcement for the morning and one I think many will still be interested in playing when it gets an eventual release, is the upcoming game of Knights & Slimes for the C64 by Monte Boyd. Yes indeed we've just found out that not only is Monte Boyd still working on his new arcade platformer for the C64, but the creator behind the game has has recently teased some new footage which gives

Miner 2019er - HOT NEWS as the prequel to a classic 1983 title gets a C64 release! [Indie Retro News] [[source]]

Even more C64 games to get through now, as Psytronik via Facebook has just announced the previously mentioned C64 game of "Miner 2019er ", has finally been released for the C64! This game of which we did post about some time ago on Indie Retro News, is a fantastic prequel to the legendary classic of Miner 2049er. A game that was originally released way back in 1983 by Bill Hogue as a game that

TrekWar! - A new Star Trek game for the Commodore PET by Jimbo [Indie Retro News] [[source]]

Fancy a new game for the Commodore PET, then you've come to the right place! As thanks to a heads up by a good friend of ours on Facebook, we've learnt of a new game that you can play right now called 'TrekWar'; an action game which has been developed by Jimbo that is available to download for completely free for any fans of Star Trek! To coincide with this news, you can either watch the video

Scorch - A Scorched Earth clone gets another preview for the Atari XL/XE [Indie Retro News] [[source]]

This game might not look like much, with its bare backgrounds and tiny coloured objects, but this is actually a NEW preview Atari XL/XE release, that comes across very much like Scorched Tanks on the Amiga and the MS-DOS game Scorched Earth. Developed by pirx and as a multiplayer game with up to 2 players so far and a huge list of changes listed below. Your ultimate goal is to wipe out your

P4: Return to Ganymede - A new Locomotive BASIC Game for the Amstrad CPC [Indie Retro News] [[source]]

If you have an Amstrad CPC and looking for another game to play through this week, then thanks to a heads up via XeNoMoRPH, we've been told that abalore has released a new game for the Amstrad called 'P4: Return to Ganymede'; an arcade platformer developed in Locomotive BASIC in which you need to advance through the level while avoiding enemies and mines to find the main computer and deactivate

Venture - 1981 arcade game Venture for the Commodore 64! [Indie Retro News] [[source]]

Here on Indie Retro News we do like hearing about Arcade games that have been lost and found, or more recent conversions over to systems such as the Amiga, Atari, Amstrad, C64 or ZX Spectrum. Well here we are with another fine story for all you retro gamers out there. As we have recently found out through Facebook that 'Venture'; a game originally released in 1981 as a fantasy arcade game that

Tetris dotBAS - A new Tetris clone for the Amstrad CPC with a pre-release download [Indie Retro News] [[source]]

If you loved the 1984 game of Tetris or the 1989 game of Columns , you'll be pleased to know a brand new puzzle game inspired by those games has been teased as a pre-release download for the Amstrad CPC developed by Francesc Alcaucer. This game as a heads up by a good friend of ours and named as 'Tetris dotBAS', is not only a Tetris clone that's still in development made with Locomotive Basic for

1942 for the Atari 2600, developed using Batari Basic looks incredible! [Indie Retro News] [[source]]

In 1984 a great shoot 'em up was released for the Arcade by Capcom and that game was 1942. A game in which you had to shoot down enemy planes, avoid being shot out of the sky and performed awesome rolls while collecting power ups. Well if you remember this fine game ( I know I do! ), you may be interested to know that Al Nafuur has not only released a work in progress demake of the game for the

Green Beret - A retro classic for the Amiga as an Arcade(ish) conversion gets a May update [Indie Retro News] [[source]]

Green Beret(Rush n Attack) was an action arcade game released by Konami in 1985. It is remembered for its Cold War setting and its reliance on the player using a knife or even a flame thrower to dispatch enemies. Well if you remember this fine game at the Arcades or at home such as the Amstrad or C64, you'll pleased to learn that the previously announced Arcade(like) conversion of Green Beret

Dread - WIP Doom clone on the Amiga 500 & Atari ST gets new enemy footage! [Indie Retro News] [[source]]

The Amiga news still isn't done with us yet, as after already featuring games such as Devil's Temple : Son of the Kung-Fu Re-Master, EON and Jump! Here comes another Doom like announcement to keep you occupied through the rest of the week. If you remember our previous article regarding the work in progress project by KK/Altair to bring Dread to the Amiga 500 and ST, which is a clone of DOOM. Then

Devil's Temple : Son of the Kung-Fu Re-Master - Upcoming Amiga OCS/AGA Kung Fu spin off via Geezer Games gets another vid! [Indie Retro News] [[source]]

If you've been following all of our news stories in regards Geezer Games 'Devil's Temple - Son of the Kung-Fu Master'; which is an unofficial spin off from the 1980's classic game 'Kung Fu', by Cowie, Ten Shu and DJ Metune. Then you may be interested to know as thanks to a heads up our good friend Per Ola Eriksson, we've just been told the game got a brand new promotional video showing just how