Minky - A lovely Amiga game is in dev by Matze1887, demo now available!

Even though Indie Retro News has been flooded with new game updates throughout this week, we have another Amiga news story to share with you all! As if you love playing high quality Amiga games that anyone can pick up and play, it might be worth your time playing the latest demo of Minky by Matze1887. An Amiga game that puts you in control of a Monkey, who must collect coins and other items while avoiding deadly enemies.

Yes indeed welcome to a new Amiga game demo from Matze1887, a demo that doesn't just feature high quality Amiga gameplay, but well designed levels (30 in full version), a loveable character, different enemy types, and as one person said in Saberman's video above "The multidirectional scrolling and size of level 4 is impressive". So yes if you want to play a decent looking game for your Amiga, it might be worth downloading the work in progress version of Minky which is available below.

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  1. Looks very polished 👌 but gameplay itself seems slow.

  2. Like a classic Amiga platform, very nice!

  3. The camera focuses behind the player WTH?
    Graphics good but music and sounds poor.

  4. Good looking platformer!

  5. Lovely game played it last night thanks

  6. It looks nice, it sounds great, the gameplay is OK! Almost perfect.
    Con section:
    - When the character reached the exit of the level, don't freeze him! Disappear, go away, or wave, whatever, but don't freeze!
    - Also, when the character starts to play, don't flash him. That's a bad habit which came from the consoles. Not a practice on the Amiga.
    - The monkey's face is not too happy. It's actually scared all time.
    - The gravity is a bit low.  :)

  7. Available on iOS also. :-)


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