In «Ruff'n», players navigate through thrilling levels filled with running, jumping, and shooting action. Armed with a multi-projectile gun, you'll face off against enemies and obstacles, aiming to conquer each stage with precision and skill.




The project traces back to mid-July 2023 when Chabowski teased a video titled "Another way to use the engine from Trax", showcasing the game's early development stages. The «Trax» engine was repurposed as a side-scrolling platformer engine instead of its original use as a top-view shooter.




Originally dubbed «Unnamed Platformer», it quickly gained attention for its vibrant colors, diverse platform physics, and smooth gameplay mechanics. In September 2023, Chabowski shared another «Ruff'n» video titled "Odyn1ec's dark vision of the world". This version used the same «Trax» engine but featured graphics by Jarek "Odyn1ec" Wyszynski.

Despite using the same map as before, the background graphics and sprites were new, drawn by Odyn1ec. Chabowski noted that the darker aesthetic gave the impression of a completely different game.




Driven by a passion for innovation, Chabowski continued to refine «Ruff'n», leveraging tools like the Map/Font Editor (Antic 5) and Soft Sprite Editor to enhance the game's visuals and performance. As the project evolved, it transitioned to require 128 KB of RAM to fully utilize Atari's capabilities and ensure compatibility with NTSC systems.

«Ruff'n» was officially presented to the public during the Atari Homebrew Awards 2024, held on Saturday, February 24. Chabowski commented on the game's progress, saying: "I don't know when the boxed version will be released or when the final version will be available. It takes a lot of time to draw new... a Las noticias de retroinformática que todo amante de la informática clássica debe conocer concentradas en un solo punto de la red de redes." />

«Ruff'n»: another Atari 8-bit masterpiece in the making | Video

Embark on an exciting journey with «Ruff'n», the latest development by Janusz "Shanti77" Chabowski for Atari 8-bit computers. This platformer and shooter game pays homage to the beloved Amiga classic «Ruff 'n' Tumble» (Renegade Software, 1994) while offering a fresh gaming experience.

In «Ruff'n», players navigate through thrilling levels filled with running, jumping, and shooting action. Armed with a multi-projectile gun, you'll face off against enemies and obstacles, aiming to conquer each stage with precision and skill.




The project traces back to mid-July 2023 when Chabowski teased a video titled "Another way to use the engine from Trax", showcasing the game's early development stages. The «Trax» engine was repurposed as a side-scrolling platformer engine instead of its original use as a top-view shooter.




Originally dubbed «Unnamed Platformer», it quickly gained attention for its vibrant colors, diverse platform physics, and smooth gameplay mechanics. In September 2023, Chabowski shared another «Ruff'n» video titled "Odyn1ec's dark vision of the world". This version used the same «Trax» engine but featured graphics by Jarek "Odyn1ec" Wyszynski.

Despite using the same map as before, the background graphics and sprites were new, drawn by Odyn1ec. Chabowski noted that the darker aesthetic gave the impression of a completely different game.




Driven by a passion for innovation, Chabowski continued to refine «Ruff'n», leveraging tools like the Map/Font Editor (Antic 5) and Soft Sprite Editor to enhance the game's visuals and performance. As the project evolved, it transitioned to require 128 KB of RAM to fully utilize Atari's capabilities and ensure compatibility with NTSC systems.

«Ruff'n» was officially presented to the public during the Atari Homebrew Awards 2024, held on Saturday, February 24. Chabowski commented on the game's progress, saying: "I don't know when the boxed version will be released or when the final version will be available. It takes a lot of time to draw new...

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