Tag Archives: Renegade Software

The Chaos Engine, PC

The MS-DOS version of The Bitmap Brothers‘ classic ‘steampunk’ shooter, The Chaos Engine, was first published in 1994 by Renegade Software in Europe and WarnerActive in North America. It features overhead, scrolling gameplay for one or two players.

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Uridium 2, Amiga

Uridium 2 is the sequel to Andrew Braybrook‘s classic Commodore 64 shooter, published on the Amiga in 1993 by Renegade Software, and it really is quite excellent.

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The Chaos Engine, Megadrive/Genesis

Developed by The Bitmap Brothers and published by Renegade Software in 1993, The Chaos Engine is an overhead scrolling shooter for one or two players.

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Sensible World of Soccer, Amiga

Arguably the best version of Sensible Soccer, on any system. It has international and domestic teams, leagues, cups, friendlies, career mode, specials, and more. The level of detail is quite remarkable.

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Sensible Soccer, Atari ST

The Atari ST version of Sensible Soccer is just as good as its Amiga parent, to all intents and purposes. Even the scrolling is smooth, which is quite rare on the ST!

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Fire and Ice, Atari ST

Fire and Ice is a platform game designed and programmed by Graftgold in 1992. It features a ‘cool’ coyote traversing a range of themed platform worlds, starting off in icy worlds and moving towards warmer ones nearer the equator.

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