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Re: Mutation Software returns to Amiga
Posted on 9-Feb-2020 19:43:00
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Re: Mutation Software returns to Amiga
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by utri007 on 6-Feb-2020 18:18:12

@OlafS25

Wild Flying is amazing!


It sure is, still breaks my heart everytime it get mentioned, worked our ass off on that one but never got it finished thanks to not finding the graphicans needed for such a project.

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Re: Mutation Software returns to Amiga
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thanks for the headsup.

I hope to have more cool news about returning Amiga developers soon.

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Re: Mutation Software returns to Amiga
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@Toaks

that would be cool

I read in a german retro magazine a interview with Julian Eggebrecht. He talked about history of factor 5, he was one of the founder and that he still has contact to all former developers. At the end he mentioned that they got the rights of all former games and of all games of rainbow arts. He sounded like he would be interested to do something with the old games. Unfortunately I found no email on factor5.de...

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