French developer and publisher DotEmu, known for their faithful ports of classic games to iOS, has just revealed their upcoming slate of titles for March and April of this year. Amongst them are a big update to Golvellius, The Valley Of Doom which ads a a brand new interface as well as Game Center Achievements. An all retro lineup kicks off with 64th Street, the next title in DotEmu’s JALECO Arcade Series.

Below are the details sent to us by DotEmu:

64th Street (March 15th, 2011)
64th Street: A Detective Story, the third game from the Jaleco Arcade series is a beat-them-all you can’t miss. 64th Street spawned the Rushing Beat games on Super NES. Choose to be one of the two heroes from the original game: Rick Anderson or Allen Tombs and try to rescue a young girl from her kidnappers. Get rid of your enemies with your fists, weapons or by throwing them into the background…

Golvellius, The Valley of Doom (March 15th, 2011 – Update)
Golvellius, The Valley Of Doom is an RPG released on Sega Master System, that deserves to be better known. You are the brave knight Kelesis and try to defeat the evil king Golvellius and its army. This MAJOR UPDATE includes a brand new interface and Game Center with more than 30 achievements to unlock.

Gobliins 2 (March 24th, 2011)
Gobliins 2, second part of the crazy point and click will be edited on iOS by BulkyPix. This raving game was also released on Amiga and Atari ST. You have been sent to rescue the King’s son with two Gobliins: Winkle and Fingus in a delirious fantasy world. Pick up and use items, resolve enigmas and defeat your enemies to get the Prince back to his father!

P-47 The Phantom Fighter (April 11th, 2011)
P-47 The Phantom Fighter, also known as P47 Thunderbolt, has been developed by Jaleco in 1988, then released on Amiga, Atari ST, Amstrad, ZX Spectrum, Commodore 64…Give life back to your memories and take control of one of the most powerful warplanes from World War Two! This amazing shoot’em’up is a video game all-time classic, to discover or rediscover.

The Astyanax (April 25th, 2011)
The Astyanax, also known as The Lord of King was first edited on arcade in 1989 then released on NES. You are Roche, a young man who handles the mystical Fire Axe. Take this opportunity to cross the six levels of the game and free your world from the evil wizard Algos!