Toki - Amstrad 128k version of an Arcade classic has finally been released by AmstradGGP!

Toki was an awesome arcade shooter platformer that was released way back in 1989 by a designer by the name of Akira Sakuma for many different retro systems. In it you played as an enhanced Ape transformed from a Human that could shoot energy balls from his mouth defeating strange creatures and finally an evil Wizard. If you remember this truly great game, you'll be pleased to know that as of right now, you can finally play the eagerly awaited Amstrad 128k version which has been released by AmstradGGP via the link below.

Toki was and still is a fabulous game that came to the NES, Sega Mega Drive, Atari Lynx, Atari ST, Amiga and Commodore 64, but for the first time ever it will also be coming to the Amstrad 128k via GGP as of today. A game that will feature high quality details, smooth scrolling(hopefully), and all the arcade action you could want in an Arcade like conversion. Seriously this is one game that if you have an Amstrad CPC, you owe it yourselves to play this brilliant Arcade game.

Links :1) Website 2) Download 3) Twitter  


  1. Released at 6pm or by 6pm? as can't seem to click anything that downloads the game. Thanks in advance.

  2. After playing it I can say it is an awesome effort but the changes to level layout and enemy movements and placement tarnish the experience. It is like the developer was going off their memory of the game rather than trying to get it spot on.

  3. really impressive, game of the year for sure! patterns so big I have rarely seen that, a lot of color changes I saw wow lvl bigger than the original, well thought out and parallax well done, I want a sequel 😍


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