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samo79 
Storia Ancestrale: An old new italian game
Posted on 17-Nov-2007 19:49:00
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From the website

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La Storia Ancestrale - Published by Hobby & Work

The Ancestral Trail ('La Storia Ancestrale in italian) was a partwork magazine that was originally published by Marshall Cavendish in the United Kingdom, Australia and New Zealand in the early nineties. It was also translated into French, German, Italian and Spanish.

The story tells the fantasy/sci-fi filled story of a boy called Richard, who is brought against his will to a strange land known as the Ancestral World. This original 26 part series was extended, and Richard's adventures continued into a futuristic world known as the Cyber Dimension.

Hobby & Work, the Italian publisher, planned to create an interactive adventure game for MS-DOS & Amiga platforms, and assigned the development to Holodream Software. Short after I received all the issues of the story (they had to be published weekly) and started to write the game concept. I really didn't received anything else than the original story from Hobby & Work. I started from scratch and designed the games, adapting the story to four adventure games.

Raffaele Angius was the programmer for the MS-DOS version, and I was the programmer for the Amiga version. YES, it's true! There was an Amiga version, but this platform was going out of the market, so it was never published.


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Re: Storia Ancestrale: An old new italian game
Posted on 18-Nov-2007 15:40:04
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@samo79

Just down loaded this. Do I need E-Uae to run it, or can I use disc-image to mount it?

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Re: Storia Ancestrale: An old new italian game
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You need E-UAE on OS4

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