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December 4, 2018 by ST Graveyard
We're back again. And today it is twice the fun. First Elite presents you the rare educational game Construction Company - Beta Version. You can download the game here.
If you're not into building things, we have taken a closer look at the last release by Thomas Ilg, Frogs. A lot has been said about this game, so I couldn't resist to share my thoughts. To spice things up, I added a little bit of history and a mini interview to the review.
December 3, 2018 by Brume
As promised, here is our third gift of the Advent Calendar. This time, this is a rare game by AVNI Inc and Atari that Marcer found in his basket. It's named Chocolate Factory and if you think the goal is to prepare chocolate and manage a factory... you're totally right!
The intro was coded by our friend Jace of ST Knights in 2005, while Evil of DHS made the demosystem. Fonts were drawn by Dieu of HMD and guess what? The great new logo was created by STS of Elite (yes, ST Survivor is a member of the team!).
Enjoy and don't forget to come back tomorrow to collect another pure gem before christmas.
Download Chocolate Factory.
December 2, 2018 by Brume
Second day, second game. This time, Elite and Atari Legend bring you Dominion, an unfinished game by Core Design.
Yes, the company behind famous hits such as Car-Vup, Rick Dangerous and Switchblade planned to release a tetris-like game in 1992. But for an unknown reason, it was never published.
Fortunately, a prototype was done. Although it lacks music, the game is fully playable. That's the version we offer to download today. Last but not least: if you like (or hate?) the game, don't hesitate to leave a comment on the game details page or on our Facebook page. See you tomorrow for another gift.
Download Dominion by Core Design.
December 1, 2018 by Brume
Christmas is coming! Elite and Atari Legend wanted to celebrate the event with a big bang. As a result, both groups teamed up to create a great advent calendar. So this year, we will offer you an unreleased or a very rare game each day.
Today Elite brings you the game Brenarvious - Aaron 2 by Top Byte. An incredible intro was coded by !Cube, who also composed a fresh, new tune. Also Prowler has drawn a great new logo for Elite. And the whole thing really rocks!
Greetings are also sent to everyone who took part in this event, especially to Mug UK who suppilied the game, and Marcer who released a great new disk!
The disk can be downloaded here. Enjoy and come back tomorrow to discover another treasure on the advent calendar!
November 5, 2018 by Brume
The Silly Venture recently held in Gdansk, Poland. This year, games of very high quality have been unveiled. Among them is the amazing r0x zero, which took first place. While we recently reviewed it (you can read the full review here), the author allowed us to distribute the full game on the site.
So here we go! You can download r0x zero in both formats:
- files format for use on hard drive
- MSA format for use directly on emulator
Also here are the requirement to play:
- STe machine
- 1 MB
- Jagpad (indispensable!)
Now let's play and don't hesitate to leave a comment on the game details page, on Facebook, on Demozoo, etc.
November 2, 2018 by ST Graveyard
Today we had a conversation with the creator of such amazing games as Crash Time Plumber and Supa Zazai Da. And let's not forget his graphical abilities, which you can behold in the awesome r0x. Check out the interview with Sébastien Lucas, and also don't forget to check out the reviews of Crash Time Plumber and Supa Zazai Da if you haven't already. Enjoy.
Around this time of the year in 1994, one of my friends generously surprised me one morning by handing me her boxed copy of Puzznic and saying "This is for you. We're getting a mac for xmas and I've decided to give you some of my games. I'll bring the rest around in a parcel on xmas day in the evening."
December 23, 2005 by SarekMore
The Atari symbol is known as the "Fuji" because of its resemblance to Mt. Fuji.
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