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Babaliba is a game originally out on ZX Spectrum. In 2014 it was presented at the RetroMadrid in a beta version (check the video) still at the start. Then the development froze at a moment, but a message from one of the two developpers on the 10th February 2018 stated that the project is on the move once again and that news will be given as soon as possible.
A first teaser appeared on the 3th April on Twitter, and no it's not faked news. Toki is a work in progress by two frogs. It wwill be released first on Amstrad CPC 6128 (forget 64 Kb CPC without memory extension) then a bit later on CPC+.
Toki for Amstrad CPC wont use the hardware to the maximum but will have all graphics, monsters and levels. The sound part and programmation are well advanced.
Their twitter has messages in french, english and spanish !
I won't write eight different news, so head to OverClocked ReMix to listen to eight remix of Amstrad CPC musics : Robocop, Ghosts'n Goblins, Space Harrier, Cauldron 2, Arkanoid (2 remixes), Dizzy the adventurer and Lemmings.
The original music of the Amstrad CPC game Thrust is written by Rob Hubbard, and it is played on a synthetizer by CPC Moments.
Sadly, it is the last video by CPC moments, which are all from two years ago.
The original music of the Amstrad CPC game Prohibition is written by Charles Callet, and it is played on a synthetizer by CPC Moments.
The original music of the Amstrad CPC game Platoon is written by David Whittaker, and it is played on a synthetizer by CPC Moments.
3D Fight is a shoot them up in 3D on Amstrad CPC by Vincent Baillet (code) and Michel WINOGRADOFF (music). It's a great classic that I finished if my memory is good. You can find an interview in french in the issue 19 of Pix'n Love.
You can see two videos :
Pink Pills - Manic Moritz and the Meds for ZX Spectrum is a work in progress for Amstrad CPC by Sebastian Braunert and Uwe Geiken, with music by The Shining. AGD by Jonathan Cauldwell is used for writing the game.
The free version of Saboteur 1 and 2 (PC, MAC) has limitations (time, no saving of scores and progression). The full version costs only 2,99 €.
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