Review by James Whelan Published by Rainbow Arts Software GmbH Developed by Factor 5 GmbH Released 1991 In 1990, German developers Rainbow Arts turned the Amiga gaming world on its head with the release of Turrican, a sprawling run-and-gun shoot-‘em-up which not only pushed the Amiga’s hardware to the limit but proved that beautiful […]
Published by Renegade Software Developed by Factor 5 GmbH Released 1993 Review by James Whelan Overview Turrican’s final outing on the Amiga in Turrican 3 (making Turrican 2’s sub-title, The Final Fight, less than accurate) is something of a mixed bag. Judged on its own merits it’s a perfectly serviceable and entertaining shoot-‘em-up, once again showcasing the Amiga’s […]
Fun fact, this was one of the first games I bought for my Commodore 64, along with Renegade and OutRun, I guess I was really into the idea of arcade conversions back then. This game would have particularly grabbed my interest because all those dungeons offered a lot of depth. GET IT DEPTH COZ IT’S […]
Looking for a great looking horizontal Color Separation 16-bit shmup that comes in a truly stunning box? Well, this Disposable Hero (Amiga) eBay auction should be of interest then. The classic Amiga shoot-’em-up on offer comes in its box with disks, manual, and copy-protection wheel. Embroidery Digitising Seller ships to many places worldwide.logo Design
Embroidery digitizing services Hey I’m just happy I didn’t resort to doing some stupid Simpsons joke. Arkanoid II is a fantastic game that I played a lot on the C64 (uh, of course) and the Amiga, because of its lovely mouse integration. It felt great to move the paddle around with the mouse like that!Vector Art […]
Now it’s no secret I am not a fan of Mortal Kombat but I can at least see the appeal beyond the digitised graphics. There’s something fun in there, even though I can only catch a glimpse of it. But Pit Fighter is just garbage through and through and there’s no denying it.Vector Art But it […]
Hands up everyone who only played this game because of its awesome title, before realising that it’s a pretty pedestrian game? It’s basically the same wander around, shoot things, pick up keys seen later in Zombies At My Neighbours but less funny.