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Announcing 2020 games line-up

Last Saturday, Double Sided Games attended World Of Commodore 2019 organized by the Toronto Pet User Group.

We took that opportunity to reveal our 2020 games line-up! Here’s a detail of what was announced, more details and videos to come in the upcoming weeks:

Hired Sword II – Commodore 64

Hired Sword II is a top-down RPG, with a racy humour! The game is written, designed and coded by Roy Riggs, while sound and music are made by Mike Richmond. Explore Kadazanos and Glammorill through 20 maps and 9 dungeons to find the elusive elf, Ekaterina. The weapons and armour are randomly generated (1000+ combinations!).

The game will be available in March 2020 for the Commodore 64, in boxed floppy and digital format.

Don’t Break The Balls – Commodore 64

DBTB is an action / puzzle game for 1 or 2 players in co-operation or duel! It is designed and coded by Emiliano Paglia with the help of Saul Cross for graphics and music / sound.

Controlling a fan, you need to blow the bubbles up and prevent them from bursting! Of course, the fan needs energy to work and needs to be recharged often by moving it to the sides of the screen.

The game will be available later in 2020 for the Commodore 64, in boxed cartridge, boxed floppy and digital format.

Super Metal Hero – Commodore Amiga 1200

Super Metal Hero is a shooting action platformer with side scrolling combined with shoot’em up levels. The game design and graphics are made by TenShu.

The game will be available Q4 2020 for the Commodore Amiga 1200, in boxed floppy and digital format.

4 thoughts on “Announcing 2020 games line-up

  1. hi, im a music composer, and i work a long time with protracker
    feel free to contact me if you need some music for Super Metal Hero

  2. Have 👀 any tough of working for a Title for the CBM 128d, as I keep on looking 🤔 for any type of software for it, but with know luck at all. Kingdaffyd 1st

    1. so you dont longer need music for Commodore amiga 1200 game. you need someone who composes for commodore 128, is that right?

      1. Both, as my Commodore 128d is no longer working and I was starting to do some coding on it when it went bang!!! Nor is my Amiga a1200 no longer running!!!

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