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Baldy

Well here it is finally, after talking about it for what seems Months now, where I talked about having to modify it so it would work from a HDD instead of a Floppy Disk, This is Baldy – The search for Missing Disks, by Paul Jenkinson Your mission here is to jump between the platforms […]

Funtris

Well what can I say about Funtris, This is a Tetris Game with a fair few positive and negative aspects to the actual gameplay thrown right in there! The usual Tetris Gameplay is present, But occasionally you get either a Wizard which usually helps out or gives you Bonuses, and an Evil guy popping up […]

Cookie

This is Cookie, by Richard Langford, a Bakery-style Game where you need to put the Ingredients into the Bowl, and Bin the Rest! You keep your Ingredients locked away until you want to cook them, this leaves them a wee bit miffed, so as soon as they can, they dash out of storage, while dragging […]

The Pyramid

This is The Pyramid by Richard Langford, Where you walk towards your spaceship and get inside, and get Ready for action! A pyramid shows your Level Progress throughout, including Score and Lives information (this screen also shows if you lose a life by touching an enemy), then you are put into the First Level The […]

Wally World

Here we have Wally World, Created by Richard Langford in 1992 – A quite awesome platformer which has some very nice Title Screen Music (Puppet on a string), along with a Great Starting Animation, and Great Gameplay throughout! When you start, You see a happy scene with Wally and a Girl dancing, then Lightning appears, […]

Matchstick Man

Here is another AMOS-Created Game, This time it is Matchstick Man by Stuart Fisher You star as Matchstick Man, and your aim is to collect the match at the far right of the screen, while the First Level is really easy, the levels get more complex over time, with several enemies who want to thwart […]

Furball

The first AMOS Game of “AMOS October” is Furball, Programmed by Darren Ithell, and this Game rightly so one of the Best AMOS-Created Games I have ever seen, in my opinion This platformer is very well designed from the outset, Nice Graphics, Great Background Music and Sound, what more could you ask for in a […]

AROS-Supported Games

I want to allow everyone to be able to play some Games from this Classic Games Collection, so I will now be marking the Games as “AROS-Compatible” (or listed as [AROS] in the Selector Menus) The Games MUST: Fully Load and Play – Have Very Minor or No Graphical or Sound Glitches – and Fully […]

Big Changes Afoot!

The WinUAE-specific Downloads (as of 2021-09-27) have now been changed from HDF files to Folder-style, this method gets past the rather pathetic 49MB HDF limitation under KS1.3 (not sure if it is a bug in WinUAE with the way it handles HDF files or if it is indeed a limitation of KS1.3 itself) All of […]

Klondike

This time it is the turn of Klondike by Peter Wiseman, which is quite a good version of Patience, as it is usually called, this version even allows you to design your own Card Decks in Deluxe Paint When picking New Game from the menu system, You are dealt cards from the left to right, […]

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