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09.Dec.2014
Exec.pl (ANF)


Ego-Shooter: 8bit Killer
The first three levels of the PC-game 8bit Killer now have been ported by Czesław 'Leon' Mnich to the Amiga using the Gloom-Deluxe-engine.

Download:
8bitkiller.lha (452 KB)
8bitkilleradf.lha (521 KB) (snx) (Translation: dr)

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05.Dec.2014



Hardware review: MCC-TV - Multiple Classic Computer
The English-language blog "Indie Retro News" has got a MCC for reviewing it. The FPGA-based, small-sized computer emulates an Amiga and a C64 and is meant for connecting it to a modern TV. (cg) (Translation: dr)

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01.Dec.2014
amiga68k.de (Webseite)


Preview video: Amiga Games Creator
Already in September a video was published on Youtube introducing a new "Amiga Games Creator" which can be used for creating games without having to have programming knowledge. According to the author a first preview version is planned for the next months. (cg) (Translation: dr)

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01.Dec.2014
Michael Jurisch (ANF)


Crowdfunding: Rocket Ranger Reloaded (update)
The current holder of the Cinemawares rights is going to release again the classic action-adventure Rocket Ranger as a "reloaded"-version and has established a crowdfunding-project at Kickstarter.

According to the publisher's own information he is going to "bring the game to as many platforms as possible" and to "make the project freely available for porting to Linux and AmigaOS by any team interested in undertaking these conversions."

Hint of the editorial staff: We do not know, if "freely" means "for free" or "free" (within the meaning of "troublefree" and so on). The last meaning would imply to make payment of licence fees which would make an Amiga-port unlikely.

Update: (04.12.2014, 18:15, cg)

In the German thread for this news item, a Cinemaware representative announces that all required materials for porting the Game to the Amiga will be made available free of charge. since Cinemaware does not expect a potential Amiga version to generate any revenue. (cg) (Translation: dr)

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