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BigD 
Forgotten Forever is remembered!
Posted on 11-Aug-2020 22:29:07
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Joined: 11-Aug-2005
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From: UK

Does anyone remember this?

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AafgZi-QDUM

While we were waiting for a C&C clone on the Amiga (I didn't give up on that happening and refused to switch to the PC despite thinking C&C was great) Forgotten Forever was the first one to hit the Amiga Press:

Amiga Nutta had an update on the game as I remember and the page is still available too!

http://cd.textfiles.com/amigama/amigama199807/WWW/AmigaNutta/forforup.html

Wow!! I remember using my friend's dial up internet to check up on updates on this! It's a shame it never amounted to a full game but Napalm fulfilled its early promise IMHO.

Last edited by BigD on 12-Aug-2020 at 02:57 PM.
Last edited by BigD on 11-Aug-2020 at 10:29 PM.

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Re: Forgotten Forever is remembered!
Posted on 14-Aug-2020 19:01:09
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@BigD

I hadn't heard of this one. Maybe it was preempted by Foundation?

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