Deff-Ender released on Commodore 64

A Defender clone created in SEUCK? Yep, it has happened, thanks to Pavel Loda / Deff-Soft. Deff-Ender is the sixth entry into the Sideways SEUCK Compo 2011. As with the arcade classic, the player pilots a space craft across four zones, defending humans from being abducted from the ground by descending alien ships. This means super blasting action with the odd quick rescue mission. Go [... read more ...]

Commodore Free issue 51

The 51st issue of Commodore Free has just been released. The retrogaming zine covers all things Commodore related, from the VIC-20 to the Amiga, with news, reviews and interviews. This issue’s highlights include a review of the latest Commodore 64 game, The Adventures of Jim Slim in Dragonland, which is accompanied by an interview with the developers, Protovision and a look at their website. Elsewhere, [... read more ...]

Escape From the Annoying Chavs released on Commodore 64

Very probably based on true events, new Commodore 64 SEUCK based game, Escape From the Annoying Chavs, tasks the player with having to traverse the decidedly dodgy streets to his local pub. Controlling hard working Richard, the player will have to contend with the constant danger of youths who like nothing better than loitering around street corners, throwing, ahem, feces, glass bottles and generally being [... read more ...]

Forgotten Forest released on Commodore 64

The ‘Forgotten Forest’ is a dark and spooky forest full of all kinds of monsters and creatures, so you wouldn’t tend to venture through it, especially on Friday the 13th. But that’s exactly what our hero is doing, spending one full day in this hell hole of a forest. Armed with a flamethrower, your hero has to negotiate his way through the ‘Forgotten Forest’, taking [... read more ...]

Weird and Wonderful World of Retrogaming: Weird Dreams

When it comes to weird games you can’t get any weirder than the appropriately titled Weird Dreams. Developed by Herman Serrano, James Hutchby and Tony King of Rainbird Sofware for the PC in 1988, the game was ported to other formats including the Amiga, Atari ST and Commodore 64, with varying success. Weird Dreams features some of the most bizarre, outlandish scenarios and character enemies that a player could witness. The game’s plot follows on from a short novella,

Commodore Free issue 50

Commodore Free has reached its 50th issue, which is quite an achievement for a fanzine. Launched towards the end of 2006, the Commodore dedicated retrogaming zine has been published every month since, with the odd exception. In fact, things weren’t looking good when the editor was requested to remove the first three issues over copyright problems with some images used. To send this kind of [... read more ...]

The Adventures of Jim Slim in Dragonland released on C64

Protovision have just announced the release of their latest hit for the Commodore 64. The Adventures of Jim Slim in Dragonland” (aka Jim Slim) is a jump-’n’-roll platform game where you control a colourful ball named Jim who has been tasked with retrieving a magical skull from the demon Warlord Gothar. Not only that, but Jim’s girlfriend, Candy, has also been kidnapped. Jim must make [... read more ...]

Komoda issue 4

The fourth issue of Commodore 64 retrogaming zine Komoda has been released. This issue the Komoda team cover all the latest news and articles on the C64 scene as well as reviews of classic C64 games including Frankenstein, Grand Prix Circuit, Katakis and Uridium. The PDF zine can be downloaded for free from the C&A Fan website. Weblink: Komoda issue 4 webpage

Missile Madness released on Commodore 64

The second entry into the Sideways Seuck Compo 2011 is Missile Madness from legendary SEUCK coder Alf Yngve. It’s a time of war, nuclear war, and it’s your task as the Air Force Captain to manage the country’s missile defences. This means guiding the surface-to-air missiles to destroy any incoming warheads. Just make sure you aim carefully as each enemy missile that hits the ground [... read more ...]

Flawshow released on Commodore 64

Flawshow is the first entry into the Commodore 64 Sideways Seuck Compo 2011. Although Flawshow is based on the, erm, revealing kind of games like Lady Killer, this Anthony Burns production does not feature any of those game’s full on rewards. The game’s plot follows the exploits of an unfortunate programming genius who unwittingly had a swarm of sentient computer viruses invade his computer. To [... read more ...]

C&A Games issue 3

The third issue of C&A Games has been released. The spin-off from Polish publication C&A Fan is dedicated to Commodore gaming with news, reviews, interviews and more. This issue Polish readers – and others with patience to translate the articles – can look forward to reading the likes of Flimbo’s Quest, Predator, Night of the Ninja, Berzerk MMX, Final Fight, Uwol, as well as articles [... read more ...]

Commodore Free issue 49

The 49th issue of Commodore Free has just been released and is available to download for free in PDF, Text, html, Seq, D64, ePUB and mobi eBook formats. The monthly retrogaming zine covers all things Commodore related, including news, reviews, interviews and more. This month, the reader can expect to see articles on Games That Weren’t: Starglider 2, Amiga Media Center, C & A Fan [... read more ...]

Commodore Free issue 48

Commodore Free issue 48 has just been released and is available to download. The monthly ezine covers all things Commodore related, including news, reviews, articles and more. Highlights this month includes news on the Sideways SEUCK Compo 2011 Launch, an interview With MIRKOSOFT, Where Are They Now — Blackburn and Accrington, Multimedia With The CDTV, C16 Programming, Back to the Past — CF Issue 9, [... read more ...]

C&A Fan issue 7

The seventh issue of C&A Fan has been released. The Polish retrogaming ezine, which is also known as Commodore & Amiga Fan, naturally covers the Commodore and Amiga range of computers with news, articles, interviews, reviews and more. Roughly translating, you can expect to read about the History of the Amiga (part 8), Sabrina aka A600 Tower 600 Mk II, Interview with Lifter’em, Let’s play [... read more ...]

Lady Kakerlak released on C64

Lady Kakerlak has beeb released on the Commodore 64 courtesy of DATA-LAND. This is essentially an update of Lady Bug, a classic C64 Pac-Man style arcade conversion. However, this version comes with multiple levels plus an excellent editor to create your very own levels. The game is freely available to download from the CSDb, so if you’re after some old-school gaming, check it out. Weblink: [... read more ...]