D/Generation 9+

West Coast Software Limited

Designed for iPad

    • 2.3 • 6 Ratings
    • Free
    • Offers In-App Purchases



D/Generation was an acclaimed game on PC, Amiga and ST back in the 1990s. Developed from the original source code by the original Amiga & ST programmer, this app has the complete game beloved of many, the first level is free with the full game available with an InApp purchase.
For newcomers to the game, you are a delivery man tasked with delivering a package to a large corporation. Once there you discover the building has been taken over by biogen weapons and there are many people that need to be rescued. You take on the task of rescuing these people and discovering what went wrong.
Played over 10 levels of interconnecting rooms, this version is the same as the version names D/Generation on Switch.

Supports MFi controllers.

What’s New

Version 1.1.2

Major improvements to the iOS controls.

Ratings and Reviews

2.3 out of 5
6 Ratings

6 Ratings

JBRM74 ,


The app that you’ve made for iPhone does not work correctly. I paid for the app and it crashes constantly. I have reached the final level and the game crashes every time I reload it. Please either come out with a patch or give me my money back

Knopantz ,


I LOVED this game when I was a kid. I avoided family members often to play it. It terrified me and frustrated me, but I was wrapped up in the puzzles, the nigh-cyberpunk feel of it. I hooted when I saw this on the app store!

The controls are hard to, well, control, as are all games that use the directional finger swipe for movement, but I’m gonna play it anyway just to go back in time.

Thank you for putting it on the app store!!!

pata2001 ,

Controls need to be rethought

This game was one of the most unique games I experienced in PC gaming. Although the graphics are true to the original, the controls on the touch screen doesn't work well. On PC, we have mechanical keys so we can immediately control the four diagonal directions quickly. Can't do that on the current implementation, and it detracts the enjoyment of the game. Hope the dev can think of a new control mechanism.

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