If you own one of these Mac OS X PPC’s… well… Sqrxz 3 can now run on it too! It’s an initial port for this architecture! Thanks Xavier!
Need a new game for weekend? Sqrxz 3 hits the Nintendo 3DS. You’ll need a homebrew enable device to install and play this game. Thanks Gisberto aka nop90.
We always love Reviews, so here is the first one we have actually found :)
The guys at Flashtro apparently trained Sqrxz 3 already, so if you think the game is too hard, what about using a trainer? As Sqrxz 3 very much relies on elements of speed, precision and puzzles it’s still recommended to play as long as possible without the possibility of a trainer.
Sometimes in a while Retroguru releases for really old systems, such as yesterday for the Amiga OCS. The rewrite of Sqrxz 3 for Amiga OCS was shown at “6. Retroböre in Rosenheim” (Germany) yesterday. Before one of the visitors gets the chance to release a dump, we better make it official now :)
With the hard work of Frank Wille, our expert if it comes to Amiga Assembler, we were able to get out another fresh Amiga game in 2015. The responsible wonderful people for the graphics were Simon Butler (Sprites and Tiles), Anne Claire Riffaud Declercq (Storyline and Title-Logo) and Virgile Metier (color reducing to match the Amiga OCS requirements). Not to forget the superb chiptunes by Alexander Wiklund who cheer you up during the whole game. Denny Müller played also a big role in doing the trailer (okay that one is already a bit older, as we had the game out for Windows PC’s in 2011 already) and designing the wrapper, booklet and floppy label for the physical release. Last but not least Shahzad Sahaib is responsible for the project and kept everyone tight together to make everything reality!
The trailer shows the PC version, which only differs by background. The Amiga OCS version has a nice copper ;)
We would be pleased if you give us a hand and spread the word about this fancy new Amiga OCS game :) Certainly it works on basically all OCS/ECS/AGA Amigas with 1MB RAM (or more).
Thanks to Bruno Marie (Gameblabla) Sqrxz 3 hits your TI Nspire CX!
Yet another december weekend, yet another Wii release. Sqrxz 3 for Wii is now out for Nintendo’s Wii. Kindly note that this is homebrew software and not authorized or approved by Nintendo. You’ll need “The Homebrew Channel” to enjoy the game. Thanks to Oibaf for porting! Head over to the download section and download now :)
Along with all Sqrxz parts, we will be at the 6th Retro-Börse Vienna tomorrow, also presenting Giana’s Return and Xump for the Wii as first release. Thanks to our Wii-Porter Fabio! The homepage might not be updated immediate, so the first-release will remain exclusive for this event in Vienna.
Really a lot of effort has gone into the following video review of the Sqrxz-Quadrology made by Chris/Memories in 8Bit. Check it out and feel free to leave comments. We at Retroguru truly enjoyed it.