Return to Monkey Island - The follow-up to a classic Adventure series shows off LeChuck!

The Secret of Monkey Island developed by Lucasfilm Games (later LucasArts) was originally released in 1990 and created by now industry legends Ron Gilbert, Tim Schafer, and Dave Grossman. It was a game that has lived on in the hearts of many retro gamers across the globe and is still played by both the young and old even today. Well if you remember Monkey Island and have been keen to see what the upcoming sequel is like called 'Return to Monkey Island', then as of today Gilbert's Terrible Toybox studio, in collaboration with Devolver Digital and Lucasfilm Games has teased the first look at the evil pirate LeChuck.

T.R.S.I. The Red Serpent Invasion - An Interactive Competition C64 Demo for the Evoke demo scene party looks damn impressive!

Throughout the years we've featured many different types of news stories, from gaming updates, to music disks and even scene demos. Well here with another eye opening news story I think you'll like, as if you have a Commodore 64, you really should check out the latest release of the T.R.S.I. The Red Serpent Invasion scene demo; An Interactive Competition entry for the Evoke demoscene party that doesn't just run smoothly ( It's really impressive ), but it also features texture walls, scalable sprites, and some would say is a very fine Wolfenstein 3D clone...Although it's still just an interactive demo.

Impossible Mission - A Commodore Plus/4 conversion of a famous game is here!

Not to be confused with Mission Impossible, of which I have done many times in the past and been reminded of :p , but we have recently been told by Tom that Impossible Mission has now arrived on the Commodore Plus/4 by none other than TCFS; the same team behind the incredible release of Bruce Lee Anniversary Edition. For those of you who don't remember this game, it was originally released on multiple systems in the 80's including the Amstrad, C64 and ZX Spectrum, and puts you in control of a secret agent infiltrating an enemy stronghold.

Black Dawn Technomage (AGA Only) - The next Amiga AGA game in the Black Dawn Saga looks incredible (Pre-Order Soon via Bitmap Soft)

We've featured many Dungeon Crawlers on Indie Retro News, from Black Dawn Rebirth which is a high grade crawler as the 7th episode of the Black Dawn Dungeon Crawler/RPG series by Colin Vella, Shaun Watters, Ten Shu and Mike Richmond. To ' The Shadows of Sergoth '; a game which blew many of us away with fast coded graphics. Well fast forward to today and do we have some great news for you! As Black Dawn TechnoMage; the next Dungeon Crawler in the Black Dawn Saga, will be available to pre-order through Bitmap Soft in association with Z-Soft as of next week (5days from this article going live)

Astrocop - Travel through space in search of lost cats in this new Amstrad CPC game by Mananuk

Check out that title screen by ERIC -TITAN- CUBIZOLLE!

Another Amstrad news story for you fine folk, as checking through our emails just before I go to bed, I have just found out that if you're looking for a family friendly Arcade game for your Amstrad CPC, then you might like check out Mananuk's brand new game of ' Astrocop '; A game that was not only released on the ZX Spectrum some time ago, but in the game you have to travel through space in search of lost cats...Meeeeeeeeeow!

Slam Siblings - A Super Smash Bros Tribute is still coming to the Commodore 64

We always try to get the best retro gaming updates for you on Indie Retro News, as we've just found out while looking through the Commodore 64/128 Facebook group, that Søren Trautner Madsen is still working on his upcoming Commodore 64 game of 'Slam Siblings'; a rather cool game which according to the creator, is clearly a tribute to the much maligned Super Smash Bros, one of Nintendo's flag ship game franchises. 

Cancelled game 'Warcraft Adventure Lord of the Clans' gets an impressive remaster!

Way back in 2016 we announced much to the surprise of the community, that after 18 years of waiting, the rather rare and cancelled Adventure game ' Warcraft Adventures - Lord of the Clans ' was finally made available for download; a game that was due for release in 1998 with hints of the games announcement in a number of classic sources and magazines. Well if you were able to download it even after a DMCA had been issued by Blizzard. You'll pleased to know that as of just recently, we've been told by liqmatrix that a remaster project of the games cutscenes has been released as version 1.0

MPAGD SHMUPKIT - Multi-Platform Arcade Game Designer project for creating vertical shoot-em ups!

Ever since the creation of Indie Retro News, we've always tried to keep you up to date on the latest games, either for the Amstrad, the C64 or even the ZX Spectrum. Well it's the ZX Spectrum that's getting another shoutout this week. As we've recently been informed this morning, that if you head on over to the link below, you can try out the newest of game creation software for the ZX Spectrum called the "MPAGD SHMUPKIT". A Multi-Platform Arcade Game Designer project for creating vertical shoot-em ups!

Sonic Triple Trouble 16-Bit has been released as a fan remake for Windows

Do we have some great retro gaming news for you, as that legendary game character Sonic from the Sonic the Hedgehog game series, which appeared on multiple systems such as the the Sega Master System, Sega Megadrive and Sega Game Gear.  Has been released as a fan remake for Windows called Sonic Triple Trouble 16-Bit; a fully fledged fangame re-imagining of the Game Gear game Sonic Triple Trouble in the style of the Genesis and Sega Mega Drive Sonic classics. 

Diamond - A C64 vertical scrolling Shoot 'Em Up makes an appearance via Pinov Vox

Yet another game for you to enjoy, as we've recently been informed by Per Ola Eriksson, Saberman and The New Dimension, that if you're looking for a cool Shoot 'em up to play right now, then make sure to check out Pinov Vox's Commodore 64 game of 'Diamond''; A fun arcade blaster in which piloting your Space Craft Diamond, you must fly your spaceship into the deep void of space blasting through many waves of deadly alien invaders. To coincide with this news, Saberman has done a new gameplay video which can be as always viewed below.

Party Speedway - A high speed tiny pixel sprite C64 racing game

I'm a huge top down racing fan, from games such as Micro Machines to Supercars and Indy Heat on the Amiga. Well here's another top down racing game you might like to try that was recently released on the Commodore 64, and it's 'Party Speedway' via K&A plus; A tiny sprite racing game that came 1st place at the WiLD Demo Competition at Teddy Beer C=64 Party. To coincide with this news, Saberman has done a new video where he crashes around the track a lot!

Shallow Domains - A brand new turn based strategy game for the C64 by Drmortalwombat

Even more C64 games to get through this week, as thanks to an early morning heads up via Saberman , we've been told that if you're looking to play something different, other than all the platformers and shoot 'em ups we've featured so far, it might be worth checking out Drmortalwombat's latest game of 'Shallow Domains'. A game that isn't just a turn based strategy, but the game is set in the year 2172 when a rogue piece of malware has infected next level machinery and it's down to you to put a stop to it!

Cacorm - An enjoyable 8bit game appears from Inufuto for the Atari XL/XE

If you have an Atari XL/XE or any of the other systems listed on the main website and looking for a fun game to play, then thanks to another heads up from Saberman, we've been told that Inufuto who is behind games such as ASCEND, has released a new game for the Atari XL/XE called 'Cacorm'; A game that isn't just a challenging to play, but in this rather enjoyable game you need to surround each of the stars in a Tron like way to complete the stage. To coincide with this news, Saberman has also done a view of the new game below.

Little Nippers Deluxe - A deluxe edition of the single button game Little Nippers for the C64

It was only just the other week that we featured many games that were announced via the 2022 Reset64 4kb 'Craptastic' Game Competition. Well fast forward to today and thanks to another heads up via Saberman, we've been told that one of those games called 'Little Nippers', has just been re-released as a deluxe edition by Richard Bayliss, Hugues (Ax!s) Poisseroux and Martin Piper for the C64. A new version of the game that has many more included features that couldn't be included in the original 4K compo entry. To coincide with this news, some new gameplay footage has been shown below.

Jungle Joe - A challenging yet enjoyable C64 puzzle platformer from Vector5games

If you're looking for another enjoyable C64 game to get you through the week and into the weekend, then we have just been informed by Saberman, that you can now download the C64 game of 'Jungle Joe' by Vector5games. A game that doesn't just put you in the boots of an explorer traversing dangerous landscapes to find the exit. But from the look of the game it smacks of high quality with lovely in game detail, dangerous enemies, nasty traps, and lots of challenges with a limited amount of ladders and bridges at your disposal.