Friday, 8 February 2019

Tiger Claw Available! (Win/Mac/Linux/Amiga Download & Physical Release)


Help TIGER CLAW kick and punch his way through 24 screens of martial-arts mayhem to retrieve the four mystic scrolls before Fire Fist, Thunder Chain and Angry Tongue can reveal their true potential!

Fortunately, Master Lee has transferred some of the mystic scrolls’ power into four masks of endurance before they were stolen. Find these masks and use them wisely. As Confucius said: “He that would perfect his work must first sharpen his tools!”




TIGER CLAW is a relentless beat 'em up game developed by Lazycow and Saul Cross. Originally released exclusively on Commodore 64 cartridge by RGCD for backers of the C64 in Pixels Kickstarter (Fusion Retro Books, 2016), then ported to Windows, MacOS, Linux and the Commodore Amiga in 2018!

TIGER CLAW was initially released as an entry in the 2014 RGCD 16K C64 Game Development Competition (where it placed 2nd out of 17 entries). Taking player feedback into consideration, the game was both further expanded and refined for the 64KB final, including the addition of extra rooms, foes and features, an arcade-style training mode and a 2-4 player deathmatch arena!

In December 2018, a new version of TIGER CLAW was made available for Windows, MacOS, Linux and the Commodore Amiga (1MB RAM), both in digital format and as a physical release.

  • Kill your friends in deadly 2-4 player versus battles!
  • Smash your way through the arcade-style training mode!
  • Collect ancient masks to gain new powers!
  • Slay dozens of enemy foot soldiers, deadly ninjas, fearsome daemons, rabid hounds and birds of prey!
  • 'Classic' mode with chunky C64 graphics!
  • Full NTSC/PAL support (both on Commodore 64 and Amiga)!


The All-Important Links:

  • Visit Lazycow's web site for full details on the game!
  • Download the game HERE (itch.io) for Windows/MacOS/Linux and Commodore 64 (FREE/pay-what-you-want). Amiga version available for $2.99.
  • Buy the Amiga physical release HERE (RGCD) for £15/16.

(Yep, the C64 version of the game is now free! Enjoy!)

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