If you were looking for an opportunity to dust off your old Amiga, now is the time. A brand-new game called Worthy has released for all 1MB PAL Amiga machines (including the CD32, the A1200, the A500 and more).
The new Amiga release is called Worthy, and is a top-down maze game of sorts. It is developed by Pixelglass Games and is described as the following:
Assume the role of a fearless boy and collect the required number of diamonds in each stage in order to win the girl's heart! Travel from maze to maze, kill the baddies, avoid the traps, collect beers (your necessary "fuel" to keep you going), find the diamonds, prove to her you're WORTHY!!
Worthy boasts 40 levels to play through, 32-color pixel art, and is optimized for the Amiga 500. There's also Multiple endings, as players trawl through monster-filled dungeons in the search for jewels and treasure.
The new Amiga title can run on all of the 1MB models of Amiga machines, and is available Digitally ($10), a CD & Floppy ($22) or a Boxed CD & Floppy copy ($27). The physical versions of Worthy come with full-color manuals, Floppy disk stickers, and also a digital copy.
The Amiga 500 released in the US in October 1987 for $699. This puts it at $1500 when adjusted for inflation. The Amiga 500 was Commodore's best selling Amiga model, of which many different versions were released. The home computer saw a number of iconic video game releases, including Worms, Another World, Lemmings, and The Secret of Monkey Island.