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Fairlight’s “13:37” Takes the Crown at X2024 Demo Competition

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The X2024 demoparty, held at Someren, The Netherlands, once again proved to be a hotbed of creativity and technical wizardry. Amidst a sea of impressive entries, Fairlight’s “13:37” demo captivated all in attendance and secured the title of the best demo. If you haven’t seen it yet, do yourself a favour and check it out. It’s a demo that deserves to be experienced firsthand. …

Immortal C64 Episode 108 Released Happy Easter

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Immortal C64 Episode 108 – Happy Easter! //EMULATED SIDS// Retrograde77’s C64 has died, so the SID tunes are being emulated for now. You can support the podcast on ko-fi and follow it on Twitter at Retrograde77. It’s available in all good podcast software and directly from: http://akumadesigns.com/ic64/ Track Listing: Track Number / Start Time / Artist / Track Name /…

“Agent Wander” ver. 0.2 for Atari 8-bits | Download

Sixteen levels full of action is what “Agent Wander” offers us, a platform game written by Jacob Copsey for Atari 8-bit computers with a minimum of 48K of memory. The premise is simple: you must collect all the hearts in each stage, for which you have to dodge enemies and use teleporters. In a clear nod to Mr. Robot and…

First images of “Time Wizard Deluxe” for Atari 8-bits

Krzysztof “Amarok” Piotrowski (Poland) revealed that he has been working on an extended edition of “Time Wizard,” his renowned game for Atari 8-bit computers. Piotrowski hinted that this version will feature “the first of many new planned mechanics” for the game, such as horizontal portals. Similarly, an initial screen to choose the language will be included – currently available in…

«Ruff’n»: an Atari 8-bit masterpiece in the making | Video

Embark on an exciting journey with «Ruff’n», the latest development by Janusz “Shanti77” Chabowski for Atari 8-bit computers. This platformer and shooter game pays homage to the beloved Amiga classic «Ruff ‘n’ Tumble» (Renegade Software, 1994) while offering a fresh gaming experience. In «Ruff’n», players navigate through thrilling levels filled with running, jumping, and shooting action. Armed with a multi-projectile…

Latest Atari 8-bit games registered for NOMAM’s Ten-Liners 2024 | Download

NOMAM’s BASIC Ten-Liners 2024 is back with its thirteenth edition, featuring games programmed with just ten lines of code in BASIC for the cherished Atari 8-bit computers.

Phantomas III The Return of Brok, Commodore 64 CommodoreBlog

Phantomas 2 is an arcade platformer, originally released for the ZX Spectrum, Amstrad CPC, Commodore 64 and MSX computers way back in 1986. Crash Issue 35, Dec 1986For many years now the Planet Earth and it’s surrounding space stations have been terrorised by Count Oracular. The appearance of this gothic character in the space age year of 2987 is strange…

Huck On The Mississippi, Commodore 64 CommodoreBlog

Adventures of Huckleberry Finn is a novel by American author Mark Twain, which was first published in the United Kingdom in December 1884, and in the United States in February 1885. Huck on the Mississippi is a new Commodore 64 game by Frank Abbing which is loosely based on the original novel. Info:After a break of 35 years, I have…

“Cosmic Hero 2”: the imminent return of the hero on Atari 8-bits

Two decades after saving Earth, the protagonist of “Cosmic Hero” makes a thrilling comeback in a sequel designed for Atari XL/XE computers. “Cosmic Hero 2” follows the tradition of its predecessor, released in 2004 by Zelax Group, and pledges to immerse players in an adventure brimming with logical and arcade challenges. It retains the core mechanics of the original, inspired…

Ami-H.E.R.O. Amiga CommodoreBlog

H.E.R.O. (Helicopter Emergency Rescue Operation) is a video game designed by John Van Ryzin and published by Activision for the Atari 2600 in March 1984. Ami-H.E.R.O. is inspired by Activision’s version from the Atari 2600/XL, C64 and ColecoVision. Download it here: tukinem.itch.io