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ferrels 
Legendary lost game found on Team17's Amiga!
Posted on 29-Jul-2019 17:33:00
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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ChJr6EB2oy0

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Templario 
Re: Legendary lost game found on Team17's Amiga!
Posted on 29-Jul-2019 18:36:09
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@ferrels
A rol game, wow the theme that Team 17 had missed touching.

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Re: Legendary lost game found on Team17's Amiga!
Posted on 29-Jul-2019 21:08:12
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@ferrels

This guy is way overdoing the clickbainting, IMHO. He didn't find a "lost game", he found parts of the intro animation. Still nice, but a lot less insight into the game than the official DOS based demo, which has been available all along...

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BigD 
Re: Legendary lost game found on Team17's Amiga!
Posted on 29-Jul-2019 21:58:11
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@cgutjahr

The A4000 in question was used for LightWave intro animations so what did you expect him to find in relation to the unreleased Team17 games? He has managed to recreate what it would be like to boot into the game and start playing. While not resurrecting a playable game it is valuable none the less and the fact that it had a finished soundtrack was a nice piece of info too.

Last edited by BigD on 29-Jul-2019 at 10:01 PM.

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