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Software News   Software News : More Killer Games Released at BTTR
   posted by Alkemyst on 28-Dec-2003 8:56:54 (2335 reads)
The kind people over at Team 17 permitted us to upload three of their games: Full Contact, Project-X and Superfrog. Enjoy these games from a legendary Amiga company for free!

Source: http://www.back2roots.org/News/


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The former CEO of Extase, Boris Mechow, enabled us to put their Amiga games online. Karawane der 7. Dynastie (German RPG on 4 disks) is even an Internet premiere! Projekt Prometheus is a tricky adventure with a text interface and expressive graphics.

The UK licenseware author Andrew Campbell, maker of the popular Dawn 3D RPG series granted us permission to upload his games. We start with Legions of Dawn and Thunderdawn.

Source: http://www.back2roots.org/News/
    

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Re: More Killer Games Relased at BTTR
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Well done Bobic and Hippie 2000! And thanks Team 17.

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Yay! Superfrog!

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Yap, downloading superfrog right now Thx for all the work!!


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Hmm, no AGA version.
Can someone confirm that the AGA version was similar to the ECS one but just reworked for the CD32?


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jose:cd32 version was same as ECS , but they changed controlls so it would work with more buttons (ie jumping with seperate button etc)..

anyway i honestly doesnt see how they could have improved the game more than the ecs alleready is..., imho its so slick that you could have tricked xbox users to belive it was a game from 2003 :)


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btw there never was an AGA version of superfrog , only cd32 version was made, and as i said earlier only controls was changed/added.


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Why am I not able to download Project X?

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imho its so slick that you could have tricked xbox users to belive it was a game from 2003 :)
Hehehe...that's a good one!

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Hmm... I don┤t find the games on BTTR... I searched for Superfrog but came out empty... I must be doing something wrong, I guess?

EDIT: Guess what? I searched again, and what happened... I found the games... straaange!

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