Retaliate - Roku Shoot 'em up remake previewed for the C64

Blasting our way through January and already more games are coming out for the C64, as just a hint of what's to come through the rest of 2018. The first game we just had to give a shout out to, is Marcelo Cabral's brand new remake for the C64 which is called 'Retaliate', originally created by Romans I XVI. This game is a remake of the Roku shoot em up of the same name, as one of the most successful games for that platform ,which is similar to Space Invaders, Galaxian and Galaga but instead features an unusual game mechanic.

WinUAE 3.6.0 - The greatest Amiga Emulator gets another feature packed final!

Yet again after many months of beta updates with a ton of fixes and improvements, today is the day that Toni Wilen has released a brand new WinUAE version 3.6.0. Throughout last year and following on from WinUAE 3.5.0, this latest edition once again proves that this really is the best Amiga emulator you can use for playing games, watching scene demos or installing an OS ready for use on a real Amiga.

Hunter - Action/Adventure classic that's well worth playing!

Let's go back in time, right back to 1991 when Activsion released 'Hunter' for the Amiga and Atari ST. An action-adventure game that by today's view point would be classed as a Battlefield 4, Grand Theft Auto and Far Cry mix. Expansive, open worlds, a military theme, and the focus on small squads of soldiers or lone heroes. A high grade 3D game with sandbox-type game play, developed by Paul Holmes and music by Martin Walker. If you remember the title, you'll be very pleased to know that Gamesnostalgia's latest edition to its download and play on PC list is Hunter!

Silver Valley - Multi-genre game released for the Sega Master System

If you have a Sega Master System or running an emulator, then you might be interested to know a developer by the name of Enrique Ruiz has released the first version of a multi-genre game for the SMS called  ' Silver Valley '. A game which has been in development for some months now, looks to be a mash of other games such as Castlevania or Wonderboy and features not just platforming but also flying, shooting and even sailing through 64 or more levels, all contained with a story driving the action.

Saving Kong - Gabriele Amore's ZX Spectrum game features some lovin'!

It's the ZX Spectrum's time to shine this week a new game was released for the 80's system and this one is a Kong climbing shooter developed by Gabriele Amore for the ZX-DEV comp called 'Saving Kong'. Now unlike the historic film called King Kong, which this game is inspired by, you play as Helen Blond, who after feeling Mario was less of a man, decided to go off with King Kong instead. So it is down to you to put a stop to all the enemies so the two companions can share the love!

Lunar Jetman Remake - ZX Spectrum original as a fantastic PC overhaul!

We were recently contacted by Havard Spring that the faithful PC remake of the hit ZX Spectrum classic "Lunar Jetman", has been re-hosted on his website for all to enjoy. First developed by Ultimate Play The Game in 1983 and the second in the Jetman series, this was one of the most highly regarded classics of its time as you play as Jetman to locate and destroy (with the bomb) a series of alien bases on the surface of the moon. Now thanks to Havard, you will be able to experience one of the better remakes that was coded by Bastich, graphics by Invent and music by Deathboy.

Dead Space - ZX Spectrum game inspired by modern horror gets physical!

Last year we announced through our website, of a ZX Spectrum game called ' Dead Space ' that was released for the 48K Speccy and was developed by Radastan. This game which we said had inspirations from the modern horror game of the same name, with a rescue mission to save 11 survivors trapped and surrounded by an infected grew on the Omega-Six scientific station after an experiment has gone badly wrong. Has once again appeared in our news feeds but this time, the game has been released as a physical edition by Bytemaniacos!

Scourge of the Underkind - Teaser trailer for a fab upcoming Amiga game!

During 2016 and into 2017 Wayne Ashworth and Magnus had been developing a new game called ' Scourge of the Underkind ' for 1 Meg OCS Amiga's and above. It was shown off many times as a rather wicked looking top down arcade action game with coin and key collection that is very similar to that classic game Chaos Engine. Well after a good few months of silence the creators have gone all out, as not only are they now known as Eleventh Hour Games, but the game now features a whole new engine, which according to them allows for a full-screen gaming experience!

Realms of Quest V - A rather eye opening RPG for the VIC-20 gets a BIG update

As we said before way back in 2014 developer Ghislain de Blois released Realms of Quest IV for the Commodore VIC-20 through the publisher Psytronik. It was another game in the series as a fine tribute to classic style turn based, party based dungeon crawlers of the 1980‘s, with graphics reminiscent of the early Wizardry games I-IV. If however you've played those games and want something fresh for the VIC-20 you'll be pleased to know Ghislain de Blois has contacted us regarding the current development status of the next RPG in the line up as Realms of Quest V.

1942 Mini - A Shoot em up classic, mini remade in Amiga AMOS

In 1984 a great shoot em up was released for the Arcade by Capcom and that game was 1942. A game in which you shoot down enemy planes, avoided being shot out of the sky and performed awesome rolls while collecting power ups. One of the more unusual power ups was being escorted by two other planes in formation that gave you the edge. It was an awesome game and still is today, but the news of right now is, Amiten has released a 1942 Mini Demo for the Amiga, which was made in AMOS.