A new Shoot em up project by Ilker gets its first gameplay trailer!

Shoot em ups have never gone out of fashion, there's something to be said about blasting waves of enemies on screen, while collecting wicked power ups and listening to that thumping soundtrack. Thankfully one such developer likes to keep the shoot em up goodness flowing, as Ilker Esen has recently contacted us to tell us not only is he working on a new shoot em up based around these awesome classics, but there's since been a new gameplay trailer released to whet your appetite.

Amigathon - A fantastic cause by Amigos Retro Gaming coming 20th July!

There are so many charities out there trying to gather your support that most of the time it's hard to pick the "right" one. Thankfully Amigos Retro Gaming is here to help, as from July 20th, they will be running the Amigathon: a fantastic 12 hour event that benefits Children’s Miracle Network of Hospitals. As noted by the website whereby they have raised $1,376 so far " Amigathon is a yearly Amiga-centric fundraiser hosted by the Amigos that benefits Children’s Miracle Network.

GLAZX - Multiplayer fun for the ZX Spectrum 48/128

If you've got a friend round for a beer or two, then you might be interested in playing EUGENYN's latest ZX Spectrum offering of ' GLAZX '. Yes indeed unlike the ZX Spectrum games we've featured recently, this one developed as a challenge and dev experience for the computer he played his first game sometime in 1992, can be played by up two players through multiple maps, as you aim to destroy one another using deadly ray eyeballs.

UFO: Enemy Unknown - A brilliant Strategy game reviewed by Cola Powered Gamer

When someone asks you what is the best turn-based strategy game, you can confidently say UFO: Enemy Unknown.

UFO: Enemy Unknown (or X-COM: UFO Defense as it was known in North America), released in 1994, and developed Mythos Games and published by MicroProse. UFO: Enemy Unknown was originally planned as a sequel for 1988 game Laser Squad, also developed by Julian Gollop the developer of UFO/XCOM Franchise. UFO: Enemy Unknown is an amalgamation of all of the games Gollop previously worked on, with some expanded concepts. The first games that Gollop developed were also strategy games such as Rebelstar Raiders (1984), Laser Squad (1988) and their sequels were all turn-based strategy games, so Gollop already had a solid foundation to build his next game.

Great Green Adventure 2: Prologue - A very chippy Atari 8bit game comes 1st at Lost Party 2019

If you're looking for a nice game to play with a very cool soundtrack, then you might be interested in playing Dely and Zlews latest Atari 8bit game ' Great Green Adventure 2: Prologue '. which came first in the Lost Party 2019 Wild Competition. This game according to the detailed info, puts you in control of Greg, who has just started a new job as a Ghostbuster! Help your girlfriend Shazzypants, avoid touching the deadly ghosts, and find the items needed to stop the ghosts from turning your Girlfriends home into dust.

Upcoming Streets of Rage 4 features legendary OST line up!

The news is spreading far and wide and that has come as no surprise to us, as just moments ago the publisher Dotemu and developers Lizardcube and Guard Crush Games have announced that Streets of Rage 4; an all-new continuation of SEGA’s iconic arcade brawler series known for its kick ass tunes, bare knucke fights and wonderful 16bit graphics styling. Will now feature a world class line up for the OST tracks from legends such as Yūzō Koshiro, Motohiro Kawashima, Yoko Shimomura, Hideki Naganuma and Keiji Yamagishi!

Dandy +7D - Fine and Dandy bug fixed C64 release from Hokuto Force

If you're looking for a new(ish) C64 game to play, then you might be interested in playing Hokuto Force's latest bug fixed offering in Electric Dreams 1986 game of ' Dandy '. This game released all those years ago much to the excitement of dungeon hacking fans, and in a similar vane to Gauntlet, was sadly disappointed. As not only did magazines rate it rather badly at 28% but as Neo-Rio rightly says in comments "easily the most buggy game to ever be commercially released on the 64"!

Grubs - A Worms Clone previewed for the C64!

We've been featuring the C64 a lot this month, from games such as The Shadow over Hawksmill and PRECINCT 20 Dead Strange to name but a few. But there's another game that may appeal to a much wider audience with nods to an all time favourite game, and that's Team 17s "Worms" or as the developers are calling it for the C64 'Grubs'; a Worms clone that's available as a preview based around another unreleased game from 2004 called "GrubZ".

Yamo Revenge - Action platformer featuring the protagonist from Bruce Lee (WIP)

We've certainly featured the 1984 game of Bruce Lee more than a few times this year, especially with games such as Eel Ecurb announced for the Atari XL/XE. But now we look towards something slightly different for our retro kicks, as Yaron Nir has released an early work in progress version of his upcoming game called ' Yamo Revenge '; An Atari 8bit game which features the protagonist Yamo from Bruce Lee!

The Shadow over Hawksmill - A dark C64 Cthulhu inspired game teased once more!

Argus, Organism, Sizzler, and Rocky Memphis : The Legend Of Atlantis are some truly great games created by Stuart Collier, Trevor Storey and Saul Cross, and while we wait for Dragonspire to be finished, it looks as if another game is coming that is sure to excite many in the C64 community. As thanks to another heads up from Icon64, they have given us another update to the upcoming game of The shadow over Hawksmill; a Cthulhu based C64 horror, which will be using the Legend of Atlantis engine but with far more action.

Theme Park - One of the best theme park strategy games gets a DarkwyndPT review!

Now, we’re just upping the ante, aren’t we? Still, it’s impossible to make a Bullfrog retrospective without mentioning another critical and commercial successful title, which is perhaps their most colourful game that also begun its own influential series. I’m talking about Theme Park.

Theme Park is a managerial strategy game developed by Bullfrog and published by Electronic Arts. It was originally released in 1994 for the 3DO, Commodore Amiga, DOS and Macintosh. The following year, it was ported to the Amiga CD32, FM Towns, Genesis/Megadrive, Jaguar, PC-98, Playstation, Sega Mega-CD, Sega Saturn and SNES/Super Nintendo. In 2007, it was remade for the Nintendo DS and in 2008, that remake was ported for the Playstation 3 and PSP and in 2012, it was ported for the PS Vita. In 2013, the original version was re-released for Windows and Macintosh. There’s also an iOS remake with microtransactions which was released in 2011, but it wasn’t as well received (I wonder why).

Gibbous - A Cthulhu Adventure with upwards of 70 voiced characters coming August 7th

My love of adventure games is strong, from The Secret of Monkey Island, to The Legend of Kyrandia or even the Black Mirror, there's not an adventure game I would not put aside ( Unless it has too many riddles and puzzles ). So you can see why I was just that little bit excited that not only does Stuck In Attic's upcoming game of ' Gibbous - A Cthulhu Adventure '' look like a classic Adventure we grew up with, but it now has a release date of August 7th!