Ooze: The Escape - A great 8bit game by Andy Johns and Haplo gets a Commodore Amiga update!

If you have a Commodore Amiga you are going to love this news story that's been sent to by Saberman, as if you remember our previous announcement of Ooze; a game which was released for the ZX Spectrum by Andy Johns and then a later port by Haplo, with concept and art by Andy for the Commodore 64. Then as of today you can play the latest version of their Commodore Amiga release of Ooze: The Escape. A rather difficult platformer that has been made just that little bit easier in this new patch.

So how good is this game and is it worth a play? Well here's the game details from the website to tell you more! "Help Ooze navigate through various corridors and laboratories, using its gravity-reversing powers to overcome obstacles and avoid the robotic guards in an attempt to escape from this dangerous subterranean complex.   Collect keys and insert them in the computer terminal to gain access to further areas.  Can you escape?"

"This is a port of the Spectrum version to Commodore Amiga.  The Amiga version adds these further enhancements: Improved graphics, sprites, animations and sound effects A much bigger map (almost double the size) Two more keys to collect New enemies and hazards The minimap tracks the visited rooms, easier difficulty in the latest patch, and a couple of minor tile changes"

Links :1) Source 


  1. Wow - were samples for the music grabbed from ST-00? I love it!

  2. I've played the c64 version and it's a great game. It's definitely worth checking this out. Just wish Vice developers would implement Retroachievements functionality


All comments are moderated! Constructive criticism allowed, but abusive comments will be removed and you will be IP banned! Banned users will not show up in my comment feed, you will be gone for good as will all of your posts! - Play nice and enjoy IndieRetroNews!