Melkhior's Mansion - In Dev Ultimate Play the Game Atic Atac inspiration looks so awesome!

Remember when we gave you the heads up that Ultimate Play the Game's famous classic Atic Atac, was not only being remade for the PC but it was also being remade for the ZX Spectrum Next? Well there's great news for this rather dank and drizzly evening! As after checking through our Twitter page, we've come across a brand new update for the work in progress 'Atic Atac' game which they are calling Melkhior's Mansion!

JORRY - Point and click Adventure horror game available on Steam

Gamers who prefer a more horror oriented Adventure will be pleased with this news, as we've recently found out the Adventure horror game of ' JORRY ', has been released on Steam for the PC by Korozif. This game according to the creator, is a game filled with horror that is inspired by the classics of the 90's including not just action, but survival game play that is intended for adult audiences. So yes you can probably die being eaten alive!

Old Tower - A great game by RetroSouls finally arrives on the C64

If you've been following RetroSouls through the last couple of years, you would've known they have released games such as GLUF, Old Tower, Twinlight, Alter Ego, and even Tourmaline for the ZX Spectrum. Well today as thanks to a heads up via their Twitter page and from our good friend Per Ola, they have announced a new(ish) game for the C64 called ' Old Tower '; a game which was previously released on the ZX Spectrum that has since been ported over to the C64.

Legacy - PDA Dungeon Crawler will be released on the Amiga by Inked Pixel Software!

It was only last week that we announced on Indie Retro News that a demo was made available of a Dungeon Crawler called 'Legacy'; a game that appeared on the PDA by Redshift in the mid 2000's featuring a huge world, dungeons, towns, NPC's and pretty much everything you could want in an old school Dungeon Crawler. Well after telling people it was never going to be released as a full version due to rights issues(?), it looks as if Inked Pixel Software has taken up the task, and will be releasing the full version of 'Legacy' this year on the Amiga!

You had one job! - A new C64 game everyone needs to try!

The last heads up from Saberman and one I think you'll agree looks like a ton of fun. Is the brand new game for the C64 called ' You had one Job!' by Xellas, KK, Traq and Denys.This game created for the C64 in assembler language, is a fun for all the family release, in which playing as a professional, you need to hide what they screwed in the house before the owner spots the mistakes.... But watch out for the cats, rats and the owner or you'll lose a life!

Moonshadow 2 Septerios Revenge - An early V2 preview sequel to a 1990's C64 game by Paolo Galimberti

Even more retro games to get through this week, as once again Saberman has contacted us, to tell us that excess has released a very early version 2 preview of Darkerror's upcoming sequel Moonshadow 2 Septerios Revenge, which is a tribute to Paolo Galimberti's Moonshadow released way back in 1990. This game is an action platformer and features multiple themed rooms, item collection and enemies to fight (Although enemies are still lacking in this preview).

AMIner - An arcade mining game for the Amiga gets a new build

Another announcement has just arrived from Saberman, as he has just told us a previous Amiga game that was released in March of last year called 'AMIner', has been updated to ver. 20_2_16, which features a number of improvements making it a worthy game to play. If you've not heard of this game before, AMiner is an Arcade title that is not only based on a Motherload flash game, but also looks like an inspiration to Mr. Driller Drill Spirits, which was originally released on the Nintendo DS.

Zombies Ate My Neighbors - A great SNES classic turned into an early DOOM II mod!

There's a game I used to love that involved blasting away monsters in a top down view, while saving as many residents as I could such as babies, old ladies and even the odd cheer leader. It just had to be the highly enjoyable and humorous game ' Zombies Ate My Neighbors '; a game that was not only developed by Lucasarts released by Konami for the SNES and Sega Mega Drive in 1993, but as of a recent heads up you can play the game as if it was a classic first person shooter thanks to Dude27th.

Scourge of the Underkind - New teaser footage for this upcoming Chaos Engine styled 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 very long time of silence due to life issues affecting one of the creators, Wayne has given us a new update showing us the game is back on track in development with a new village level!

Bonus Stage #75 - Proof of concept racing on the Amiga looks rather impressive!

I've played a lot of Arcade ports through the years, and although I'm blinded with nostalgia I can't say I remember playing any bad ports. Although I'm sure many retro gamers would say Outrun on the Amiga could've been so so much better. Well one person aims to show just how it should've be done, as Da Jormas has recently released a very impressive proof of concept on the Amiga called Bonus Stage #75; A proof of concept for arcade perfectness on the Amiga which was inspired by the various not so stellar Amiga ports from back in the day.

Legacy - PDA Dungeon Crawler was in the works for the Amiga (Demo Available)

First Person Dungeon Crawlers have a huge fan base on Indie Retro News, so many of us love games such as Dungeon Master, Eye of the Beholder, Ishar and even ones just released on the Amiga such as the great Black Dawn Rebirth published through Double Sided Games. One such game I was particularly fond of even though I had to use emulation at the time, was the PDA game 'Legacy' by Redshift in the mid 2000s. It was an addictive game featuring a huge world, dungeons, towns, NPC's and pretty much everything you could want in an old school Dungeon Crawler.

Dragon's Cache - Puzzle drop n match game coming to the Atari 7800 (First Beta Available)

A new game has surfaced for the Atari 7800, as we have just found out as thanks to a heads up on the Atari forums, that Revontuli has released the first beta for a drop n match arcade puzzle game of 'Dragon's Cache ' for the Atari 7800. This game according to the creator, pits you against mighty Dragons as they are out to greedily raid a legendary lost hoard of jewels. Play for score, race to reach a given score, or play in a battle mode!  Play solo or challenge an opponent!