New Amiga releases aren't as plentiful as they were 20 years ago, but fans are keeping the platform's spirit alive with new titles like Retroguru's puzzle-platformer Sqrxz 2, which made its debut at the fourth Viennese Retro-Market last weekend.

Promising that players will experience "mindblasting frustration" due to its difficulty, Sqrxz 2 is compatible with OCS (original chipset) Amiga systems, including the Amiga 500, 1000, 2000, and even the CDTV and CD32. Additional downloads are available for a variety of non-Amiga platforms, ranging from the Sega Dreamcast to plain old Windows.

A sequel, Sqrxz 3, is also available across numerous supported formats.

[Thanks, Shahzad Sahaib!]