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Barony a classic roguelike FPS
Posted on 26-Jan-2021 8:14:23
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Barony - quite a fresh indie game, which premiered on PC a few years ago now comes to Amiga!

It is a classic roguelike FPS, graphically maintained in the style of Minecraft. The game instantly won fans, also among Amiga users.

Objectively speaking, there are several advantages to be appreciated. First of all, there was no such game for AmigaOS so far. Moreover, the game uses new Amiga technologies such as Warp3D Nova. It works nicely even on the AmigaOne X1000 1.8GHz computer, although as a new product it has quite modern requirements (minimum Intel I3 3GHz + 4GB RAM, recommended I5 3.5GHz). You could probably find some more "hard evidence" to support the thesis that it deserves a place in the TOP 30.

Well, my personal preferences decided here. I must admit that I simply do not have as much time and enthusiasm as in my youth to try to hardcore survival with one life in a hostile world full of traps. However, you may enjoy playing Barons, especially if you have some time to train and refine your tactics.

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Re: Barony a classic roguelike FPS
Posted on 26-Jan-2021 12:00:47
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@Shaohao

Unusual first posting for a new user.
Can't quite decide if this is spam / an advert / other?

This came to the Amiga a few years ago.

Cheers

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@Shaohao

Can be downloaded from OS4Depot.net

http://os4depot.net/?function=showfile&file=game/roleplaying/barony.lha

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Posted on 26-Jan-2021 12:42:21
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@Shaohao

Back porting from AmigaONE/AmigaOS4.1 to Amiga/AmigaOS3.1 will be pretty impossible, and wont make lot of sense anyway, AmigaOS3.1 uses lot older 3D technology (MiniGL), and most of new Amiga clones / FPGA computers available only has 2D graphics support.

Anyway I have seen nice voxel engines, but that completely different technology.

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@Shaohao

Not bad, but Angband is more mature, has far more features, is open-source and works on next to any 16bit+ computer.

And of course...


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