Streaming might be the future of gaming but right now, there are still a lot of missing pieces of the puzzle to make it work (as we all know from the fall out of on-live). However, there may actually be a perfect use case for it right now. At least that is what the new Antstream… Read More Anstream – Filling the gap for retro gaming
It’s finally here! Toni Wilen, has announce over on the good old eab.abime.net forums that WinUAE 4.0 is now live on the website ready for all Amiga enthusiasts to get your teeth into! As always Toni, the hard work you do into making this emulator the best it can be is appreciated by all in… Read More WinUAE 4.0 released to public
Small update to all those Amiga lovers out there, as WinUAE has released it’s beta 12 update ahead of the final version expected to be within the next 1-2 weeks. Changes to the previous release include: – Don’t allow lagless vsync in normal windowed mode. – Hide lagless vsync slice count in GUI if lagless… Read More WinUAE 4.0 Beta 12 is released
A very exciting update (and the 2nd one I didn’t on Wednesday!) – TANGLEWOOD has gone GOLD! as before and to recap to anyone new who hasn’t heard of the game that won this years ‘Indie game of the show’ aware from the Retro Revival event, TANGLEWOOD is a brand new and original game for the… Read More Tanglewood has gone GOLD!
Flashback, the classic platform adventure game with over 2.2 million units sold, is coming back, and this time with a nifty 25th Anniversary collectors edition for the Nintendo Switch! For those of you that don’t follow gaming actively, Flashback was one of the first games to use motion capture technology for more realistic animations. This time… Read More Flashback – Collectors edition coming to Switch