Wings of Death (Commodore Amiga) Retro Game Review by@stefanopavone
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Wings of Death (Commodore Amiga) Retro Game Review

by Stefano Pavone13mOctober 19th, 2021
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The game was released for the Atari ST and Commodore Amiga 16-bit computers in 1990. The premise involves a wizard named Sagyr (pronounced “Sah-gear”) who seeks revenge on the evil witch Xandrilia for transforming him into a shapeshifting winged creature, a hybrid between a dragon, wyvern, griffin and phoenix. The player must traverse seven stages which start off hard and get increasingly difficult to the point of extreme sadism. The game consists of a unique powerup system commonplace in most shoot-em-ups (mainly Japanese bullet hell games)

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