Posts Tagged ‘amiga’

994th played so far Genre: Adventure Platform: Amiga/Atari ST/PC Year of Release: 1991 Developer: Delphine Software International Publisher: Erbe Software/Interplay Productions/U.S. Gold As I wanted to make sure I left a LucasArts adventure until the end, today’s conventional point & click adventure is Cruise for a Corpse, an interesting take on the formula that focuses […]

#185 Powermonger

Posted: 27th November 2017 by Jeroen in Games
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651st played so far Genre: Strategy Platform: Amiga Year of Release: 1990 Developer: Bullfrog Productions Publisher: Electronic Arts Selecting the order of games for the list can be tricky and mostly comes down to what I fancy at the time – for genre reasons or because I just really want to play something from a […]

#266 Gravity Power

Posted: 30th July 2016 by Jeroen in Games
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530th played so far Genre: Shoot ‘Em Up Platform: Amiga Year of Release: 1994 Developer: Bits Productions To be honest, Gravity Power seems to be a Lunar Lander ‘inspired’ game. Not too inspiring to be honest, although we’ll see. Oddly enough, this was an upgraded version of an earlier released game, initially released with a […]

#179 Speedball 2: Brutal Deluxe

Posted: 20th March 2015 by Jeroen in Games
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411th played so far Genre: Sports/Action Platform: Amiga Year of Release: 1990 Developer: The Bitmap Brothers Publisher: Image Works The Speedball series (two entries) is a sports game. Not, as the genre often implies, a sports game that is played on fields around the world right now, but instead a futuristic setup that works in […]

#167 Midwinter

Posted: 14th January 2013 by Jeroen in Games
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209th played so far Genre: Action/Role Playing Platform: PC/Amiga/Atari Year of Release: 1989 Developer: Maelstrom Games Publisher: Microplay Software Some games look and sound just a bit different – slightly off, with an interesting concept and mechanics that make you want to try them. Not necessarily a game that will become a favourite, not one […]