Black Dawn Technomage (AGA Only) - The next Amiga AGA game in the Black Dawn Saga is now available via Bitmap Soft!

I've always been a fan of the dungeon crawler, there's something to be said about moving through a dark underground passage, looking for loot, avoiding traps and fighting the many beasts that lurk within. In actual fact I'm more inclined to play an old retro first person grid based crawler than any top down modern one that's released today. Thankfully Bitmap Soft are here to scratch that Dungeon Crawler itch , as they are now accepting pre-orders for the eagerly awaited Dungeon Crawler of Black Dawn Technomage; the next best Dungeon Crawler in the Black Dawn Saga.

Yes indeed welcome to a new game from Shaun Watter, Tim Gilbert, Mike Richmond, Simon Phipps, Darren Doyle and Jamie Battison. A game that doesn't just feature high end graphics in glorious AGA! But new classes such as the Brawler ,Gunner and Technomage - each one with their own strengths and weaknesses, new melee and ranged combat weaponry using both guns, a rune based magic system using the full Microlite20 rpg system for a full and rich real time RPG experience, new enemies to fight, new creepy places to explore, and much much more as a fantastic and limited box through Bitmap Soft and developed by Z-Soft. (A digital version will be released after the boxed editions are out) 

Bitmap Soft in association with Z-Soft (Shaun Watters, Tim Gilbert, Mike Richmond) are delighted to present an absolutely stunning release of Black Dawn Technomage. This is for a limited Collectors Edition of 100, there will be a standard edition that will utilize the same box, but it will not be numbered and it will not have the Mouse Mat included! 

Limited to 100 

  • This superb Collectors Edition contains the following items: 
  • Professionally produced Glossy Bigbox 
  • The Game on 3 Floppy Disks. 
  • Instruction manual. 
  • Mouse Mat (flexi type) Beer Mat (Card) Large Logo Sticker 

Links :1) Website (Pre-Order) 2) Preview Stream via Amiga Bill


  1. No attempt even to have any animation while moving through the tunnels, and that on an AGA machine, very disappointing. The music is just a random track that destroys the atmosphere of the game.

  2. "high end graphics" it's like a flick screen dungeon crawler no thanks give me Ambermoon


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