Double Sided Games is very proud to announce a third game, coming up 2019! The Shadows of Sergoth is a dungeon crawler in subjective view for the Commodore Amiga 500 with 1Mb of ram. It is based on the Amstrad CPC 6128 game by Christophe Petit & Kukulcan, which gratefully agreed that we port their game!
Saul Cross (graphics and sound) and Colin Vella (code) are already active on the project and the development is moving forward! This is a huge job but thanks to the very thourough documentation left by the original authors, porting the game will be easier.
Of course, the Amiga will give us a wider range of possibilities, and we will make sure to add new features the game.
Here are the main features of the game as of now:
Rules are freely based on Microlite20, which is an extreme simplification of the Advanced Dungeon & Dragons.
3 difficulty levels
24 spells to learn
Character can level up to 20
5 races with different characteristics: human, elf, dwarf, half-Orc and human-lizard
It’s with great pride that Double Sided Games will publish the fifth installment of the well-known Computer Roleplaying Game series,Realms of Quest! It’s principal author, Ghislain de Blois was influenced by games from the 1980s such as Ultima, Wizardry, Bard’s Tale, Phantasie and Telengard. In development ever since early 2017, Realms of Quest V is already in a well-advanced stage of production and an official release is planned for the second half of 2019.
To play Realms of Quest V you will need a 32k expanded Commodore VIC-20.
The game is rich in content and is of epic proportions! it features :
Over 350 multicolor graphical images that depict the monsters, characters and scenery portraits
16 races, 16 classes, 2 genders and 3 alignments
A party can have up to 10 player characters, plus 10 summoned monsters.
An overland map that exceeds it’s predecessor by a factor of four!
Double Sided Games is a new homebrew video game publisher that will bring you new games for you old systems. We will focus on retro computers but we might support less common consoles such as the Amiga CD32 or the Amstrad GX4000 in the future.
We are situated in Canada, but our creators and developers are from all around the world.
If you have a video game project you would like to see have a physical release, being published, or simply looking for some help for the graphics/sound/coding, please contact us and we will help achieving your goals.