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We Look at 5 Amiga Games That Were Ported to the Mega Drive | YouTube Channel

Wednesday, March 27th, 2024

In our latest YouTube video we’re exploring the world of Amiga games that were ported to the Mega Drive. We take a look at 5 titles in particular and see how they stack up against their original versions:

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Unreleased Amiga Sonic Clone ‘Blaze’ Finally Released

Tuesday, November 17th, 2015


In 1993 a man called Keith Bugeja was working a new platformer for the Amiga called Blaze. The game was to be published by Warp Software but development was stopped for unknown reasons. Well, I say, “unknown” but when you look at how close the action is to the original Sonic the Hedgehog, you’ll soon come to your own conclusions.

Check out Blaze in action via the embed below:

The only existing build of Blaze has now been dumped and is available to download from Bugeja’s personal blog.

[Source: Retro Collect]

Review: Risky Woods

Thursday, March 27th, 2014

Risky Woods is a notoriously difficult Amiga game that features a fantasy setting. You must navigate the stages freeing monks from stone statues to progress whilst avoiding an unbelievably large number of enemies that consistently respawn. The Mega Drive port goes some way to try and correct these flaws but does it do enough?

Click here to be taken to the full review of Risky Woods for the Mega Drive.

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