Remember Disposable Hero, a Shoot Em Up released in 1993 by Gremlin? This new upcoming game Inviyya for Commodore Amiga classic looks very familiar. The game demo is still in early pre-alpha but looks promising. it’s always nice to see new games being released for classic Amiga computers in 2018. The game is created by Michael Borrmann and he hopes to finish the game in 2018. Inviyya will have several levels, big boss, dual playfield mode, and much more! The game will probably run on very low spec Commodore Amiga with just 1MB of RAM.
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