Tuesday, 17 November 2015

Putty Squad (plus awesome secret bonus!)

System 3
CD32 conversion featuring code by Psygore, Galahad and Codetapper
Cover + Control Screens: Steve
ISO Master: Earok

What a day for modern CD32 gamers!

Putty Squad is a fantastic and highly unique platformer with a one-of-a-kind history behind it. Developed for PC, Amiga, Mega Drive and SNES, the SNES was the only platform it saw a commercial release for until, decades later, it became a launch title for the PS4!

The Amiga version eventually did see a release to the public, thanks to System 3 for allowing a release and Galahad for volunteering the time, effort and skillset required to master it. However, CD32 owners were clamouring for a release of their own, which comes to you today thanks to Psygore.

Not only does the game now load on a stock CD32, but it also features a CD32 specific control scheme, trainers and high score saving to NVRAM to boot! (16 free blocks required).

BUT WAIT, there's more!

Psygore has also ported another one of John Twiddy's highly well received AGA titles to CD32, which has also received the same love and attention with CD32 specific controls and trainers, as well as our own cover, CDXL converted intro (our first AGA one) and control screen. Some of you would have already worked out the specific title already, but we won't be posting the name of it here and please don't refer to it by name in the comments - it's a secret and a surprise waiting for you in the download ;)

DOWNLOAD (Putty Squad, awesome bonus and two covers)


  1. Marvellous! I've got an A1200 but now it's my boosted CDTV that is always connected to my TV set and for AGA games, I use to play with my CD32. So what a good surprise discovering Putty Squad was finally able to land on the Commodore's AGA console system! And with adapted controls!

    And how to thank you for bringing us Aladdin? I'm always delighted to see on CD32 one of the AGA only games that has never been adapted to CD32 at the time like Slam Tilt, Killing Grounds, Breathless or Lion King.

  2. Can you please also make a CD32 version of BC Kid, also a great game.