Games made in Blitz Basic
Group DescriptionBlitz Basic, published by Acid Software, took over AMOS's crown as the premier game development language for amateurs on the Amiga in the nineties. It was used not only for a plethora of PD and shareware games, but also for a range of highly esteemed commercial releases, a feat few other game development languages have repeated.
Blitz2 was succeeded by BlitzMax and Blitz3D on the PC, whilst the original Blitz2 for the Amiga has been further developed into AmiBlitz.
Front cover for Super Skidmarks
Front cover for Super Skidmarks Data Disks
Front cover for Worms: The Director's Cut
Front cover for Worms
Front cover for Foundation: Gold
Screenshot from Super Skidmarks
Screenshot from Skidmarks
Screenshot from Trapezik
Screenshot from Bricky
Screenshot from Bipaire