Received my copy of K&A Plus #15 today. This was another magazine heavily impacted by the current Coronavirus situation but it was definitely worth the wait. As with the previous issue I paid an extra €5 for the cover disk. This issue came with a second compilation of 11 super C64 games; ‘Good Old 8-Bit Games #2’.
I have to say I really love the fantasy artwork on cover of this issue. The illustrated colour disk jacket is pretty awesome too, a really nice touch.
Even better, an extra matching jacket was included for the previous ‘Good Old 8-Bit Games #1’ disk!
There’s some superb games on the cover disk. Highlights for me are PowerGlove, Bruce Lee – Return of Fury and PO Snake. Amazing value for money for just €5!
Here’s a full rundown of what’s included…
There’s a big emphasis on gaming in this issue with game reviews galore. There’s reviews for every major Commodore system from the VIC 20, the C64 through to the Amiga and CD32. The reviews cover a mixture of old and modern games.
Of course there’s some other non-gaming stuff featured too. There’s a look at how to get a C64 emulator running on the Nintendo Wii, RayCasting on the VIC20 complete with (partial) program listings, news and lots more.
Here’s a quick look at the contents page of K&A Plus #15.
And here’s a little preview of some of the stuff in this issue:
If you’ve never come across this magazine before you might want to take a look at some of my previews of previous issues here.
If you want to find out more about K&A Plus #15 or order yourself a copy, head on over to the Komoda & Amiga Plus website. The magazine is produced in Poland but they produce an English language version too. Shipping to the UK (before COVID-19 at least) only takes a few days.