Rogue Declan: Zero (Amiga) - Another addictive game from Nivrig is coming late July 2023!

Here's another great Commodore Amiga news story for all you fine retro gamers out there, as we've recently been informed via our good friend Nivrig Games, who also designed the highly enjoyable game of 'Turbo Tomato'. That at some point towards the end of July 2023 via his itch io website, you'll be able to play Nivrig's newest of creations called 'Rogue Declan : Zero'; a twin stick roguelite shooter for the Amiga which was originally started as a demonstration game to support the in-development twin-stick controller from Abstraction Games!

While the background of the game can be found (HERE), this is what the website says about the game "Rogue Declan Zero is an all-action, procedurally generated twin-stick roguelite shooter for the Classic Amiga 68k OCS/ECS platform. Delve with brave, brave Sir Declan into the demon-infested dungeons and find enough magical shards to open the final barrier to the Hellgate that is allowing the demons access to this realm. Then cast your carefully collected shards into the gate to close it and close it forever!"

"Along the way, collect gold and gems to purchase upgrades and more powerful weapons from the inexplicable Enhancement Emporiums located in each dungeon. Do battle with demons of increasing power, avoid deadly spikes and pits, and maybe you could find time to rescue a hapless trapped villager or two as well? If you're not too busy. There are billions of procedurally generated dungeons to explore. How deep can you get?"


  • 50fps 2D hell-blasting action
  • Billions of procedurally generated dungeons
  • Multiple control schemes,
  • including new Abstraction Games twin-stick controller
  • Online high score table
  • Many enemies and traps to defeat
  • Upgrades to unlock as you progress
  • Legendary artefacts to recover
  • Hapless villagers to save

System Requirements

  • Classic Amiga OCS/ECS
  • Kickstart 1.3+
  • 512Kb Chip RAM
  • 512Kb Other RAM
Links :1) Website


  1. Seems nice. Pity there are no sound effects!

  2. I don't like these games with tiny sprites, like LEGO, that shoot without sense... modern games on old platforms are very bad.

  3. It might get a paid version I suppose.

  4. It looks a good one. I wonder, how the control will work.


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