Dungeoneer Turbo - A fast paced Gauntlet inspiration for the Amiga created in just three weeks

If you remember the 1980's Arcade game of ' Gauntlet '; a fantasy hack and slash game by Atari Games that gave you the choice of playing as four different characters against a horde of ghosts, grunts, demons, sorcerers and thieves in multiple themed levels. Then you might like this latest news story! As thanks to Saberman and Per Ola Eriksson who recently contacted us, they have told us that McCheeseBob has released the Gauntlet Amiga inspiration of Dungeoneer Turbo. To coincide with this news, not only is the game available to download, but there's some new in-game footage too!

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Here is what the website says about the game "Ever wanted to play a dungeon crawling action-adventure game similar to Gauntlet, but like really fast (well at least in theory). Well you can here with Dungeoneer Turbo! This is a game made for Retro Platform Jam #4 and was created in about three weeks by McCheeseBob using the Scorpion Engine. Still certainly could use some improvements, especially in art/sound. Currently there are 3 looping levels until death, good luck!"

Runs on any Amiga with 1mb of ram (at least 512k of chip ram + whatever else), should need a joystick. Also works great in Win-UAE. Definitely benefits from faster 68020 and 030 Amigas, doesn't entirely live up to its name on 7 mhz machines (though that is the original intended target).

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