Shift - An 8bit monochrome game appears on the Commodore Amiga via Haplo!

There's another Commodore Amiga game news story that's well worth a mention, as we've recently been trawling the itch io website, and have found out that Haplo, who is behind games such as Hell Beneath, Tenebra and the Amiga port of Ooze: The Escape, has released the mind bending puzzler of 'Shift' for the Commodore Amiga. A game that was released earlier this year for the Atari 8bit and Commodore 64! To coincide with this news, we've got some more information about the game, as well as a screenshot and an upcoming video from Saberman.


Here's the latest from Haplo. "Step into the monochromatic and mind-bending universe of Shift, where black and white landscapes hide more than meets the eye...where inside is outside, and light and dark don't differ! Shift contains 36 levels (plus one secret level) and is compatible with PAL and NTSC machines. Compared to the 8-bit versions, the Amiga version features enhanced graphics, new animations and 8 new levels (44 levels plus one secret level). It runs on the OCS chipset".

Credits : 
  • Graphics & SFX - Haplo
  • Graphis - Andy Johns
  • Graphics & Scripting - Marukpa
  • Based on a game by Antony Lavelle, Armor Games

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