Super Bagman - JOTD sets his sights on another Arcade-Amiga conversion!

A very early morning heads up for you all, as looking through the EAB forums for some game developments to feature, and we've found out that JOTD is now working on the next Arcade to Amiga conversion of 'Super Bagman'. A game which the creator says is being converted from an original Z80 disassembly from the arcade game and has 5 screens instead of 3 with difficulty going from "hard" to "brutal" in the process. To coincide with this news, you can see the latest footage of the beta version in Saberman's video below.

Here's what Arcade Museum says about the game. "Your character is a robber. Run around a mine collecting moneybags and depositing them in a wheelbarrow at the top of the screen. Climb ladders and ride elevators to avoid two angry miners. Grab pickaxes and other objects to temporarily stun your pursuers. Super Bagman was produced by Stern Electronics in 1984. Stern Electronics released 67 different machines in our database under this trade name, starting in 1977. Other machines made by Stern Electronics during the time period Super Bagman was produced include Black Beauty, Lazorlord, Gold Medal With Bruce Jenner, Speed Coin, Lazer Lord, Mazer Blazer, Cliff Hanger, Lost Tomb, Goal To Go, and Great Guns".

Links :1) Discussion 2) Download (Save link as) 3) Bagman


  1. Fanstastiic job... I think it would be better to port these legendary arcade games by making them a little bit easier than they were... don't forget than these arcade machines were built for taking our coins...!

    1. And now they are made for stealing your time ;)

  2. The game already has a brutal difficulty. One of the hardest arcade classics.


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