Amishion Impossible for Amiga Release at Seven Day First Person Shooter Jam

Amiga community is on the move! Amiga demoscene is active, indie Amiga game developers delivers stunning new games for the platform and now Amiga users also challenge other platforms by joining various Game Jams. Finally it feels like Amiga is Reborn.

Amishion Impossible for Amiga Release at Seven Day First Person Shooter Jam

A new 3D FPS game out for AGA Amiga.

Amishion Impossible got released at 2018 Seven Day First Person Shooter Jam

The 2018 Seven Day First Person Shooter Jam is a contest where a group of people got the task to develop a 3D FPS game within seven days and so Amishion Impossible got released.

This new free Amiga 3D FPS game was released as a entry into the itch.io 2018 Seven Day First Person Shooter Jam. This whole 3DFPS game for Amiga was coded entirely between the 20th and 27th of October. Which is really amazing!

Originally this game was made in Unity Web that was released at the 2014 7FPS Jam. But these team of amazing Amiga users managed to recoded and  reimagined the whole game concept from the ground up for the Amiga platform.

No 3D textured ground or floor made it into Amishion Impossible

The engine that is used in Amishion Impossible is deliberately limited without walls or ground texture but that’s not needed. The team decided to do so in order for the game to be enjoyed at full framerate on a stock Amiga CD32, Amiga 1200 and Amiga 4000.

The “Story”
By the year 2004, the Y2K Wars have been waged for four years. The appliances reign supreme, and only those that were wise enough to shun them remain free.

As a humble Amish living on your farm on the outskirts of Philadelphia, you’ve managed to remain out of the war. But the machines remain restless, and now they’ve set their eyes on your land.

You’re not going to go down without a fight!

Requirements
Any AGA Amiga should run this fine. It is very Chip RAM heavy, so you may need to play in No-Startup-Sequence mode.

Download the game. Have fun, but remember that it requires lots of Chip RAM to work. Other than that it works on a 68020 Amiga AGA machine or higher.

Amishion Impossible for Amiga Release at Seven Day First Person Shooter Jam3D FPS game made for Amiga in just Seven Days

Don’t expect to play the most advanced 3D FPS game for the Amiga. But look at it as a very awesome game that is made within 7 days only. That achievement is really something.

Amitopia wants to send a huge thanks to all that is mentioned on the website for helping getting Amishion Impossible to be known around the world. Alpine 9000, Per-Ola, Neil, Steve, Damien, AmigaBill, AmigaJay, English Amiga Board and Indie Retro News! Salute to you.

If you wonder about the steering controls in the game. They are all mentioned on the site where you can download Amishion Impossible.

 

 

Source: Earok, Itch.io

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