Neon World - An early Arcade shooter for the Amiga by cobour, with a new July build

Thanks to Saberman contacting us just moments ago through Facebook, he has told us that Cobour has made available another test build of his in progress Shoot-em-up hobby-project for the Amiga called 'Neon World'. A game that when finished, is likely to feature difficult areas to traverse, multiple enemy types, great tunes by Krzysztof Odachowski and so much more. To coincide with this news, you can see the latest footage of this work in progress game also provided by Saberman below.

Here's what was said from our previous write up about the game via the creator named above "After 30 years of not-assembly-coding I wanted to start a small project for my beloved Amiga 500. Because many games did not use the full PAL resolution (320x256), I wanted to try exactly this. For those of you wondering about the graphics used in this game, they have been provided by Invent (Kevin Saunders) who made the game assets freely available when entered into the Annual Amiga Art Contest for 2020. In this release the size of the level has increased to a massive 60 screens, with more power ups and end of level boss".

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1 comment:

  1. nice, full sized frame, super smooth scrolling.

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