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Software News   Software News : Simon the Sorceror II (OS 4)
   posted by amigakit on 10-Dec-2005 21:06:35 (2817 reads)
Enjoy Simon the Sorceror II on your AmigaOne with this package put together for specifically for OS4 users.


Simon the Sorceror II is a point and click adventure game created by Adventure Soft Publishing. Enjoy the game's detailed and colourful artwork, solve puzzles and interact with many interesting characters whilst listening to Simon's terrible humour!

The original sealed game CD comes with an Amiga-specific Installer CDROM. This allows quick and easy installation of the game and data files.

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Anonymous 
Re: Simon the Sorceror II (OS 4)
Posted on 10-Dec-2005 21:23:46
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Will order both this one and Broken Sword soon as i get money

 
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@helgis

Thanks I hope you enjoy them both - I know you certainly enjoyed Monkey Island 3!


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Hmmm now i better understand why Helgis reminds me of Guybrush Threepwood


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Re: Simon the Sorceror II (OS 4)
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@AmigaKit

I certainly did Monkey Island 3 was funny, especially the comments,
but what had me rocked for hours, was Broken Sword

I like such adventures with a lot of crime plot to slove

 
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@Helgis

Enjoying Broken Sword here...even the dodgy voice acting!


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Re: Simon the Sorceror II (OS 4)
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I've got Simon 2 running ok without ScummVM.


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Re: Simon the Sorceror II (OS 4)
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I don't understand why it is that I have no interest in games when everyone else seems to live and breath them.

I bought only one game in my nearly 20 years of computer use. I found interest in Railroad Tycoon for Amiga. It was not long before it was up on my shelf collecting dust.

What is wrong with me?

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What is wrong with me?


Maybe you just had every toy you needed when you grew up?

If you're into strategy games, give me a pm and I'll give you some game tips


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Railroad Tycoon, Sniff, what a classic.

Wish there were some more strategy/sims available for the Amiga.

I'd love Theme Hospital. Bloaty Head and Slack tongue

Theme Park, K240, RailRoad Tycoon, Settlers IV, Pirates, All classics
Shame no Settlers IV on OS4, Guess, I have to hang on to the PeeCee for a while longer.


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well, Mikey.. you always got Transport Tycoon Deluxe for OS4, Linux, Mac and Windows. That's one heck of a strategygame. :)


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I already have it


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< nitpick >
... SorcerEr ...
< /nitpick >


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@ Desolator

Quote:

well, Mikey.. you always got Transport Tycoon Deluxe for OS4, Linux, Mac and Windows. That's one heck of a strategygame. :)


I have AmigaOne and OS4. What is "Transport Tycoon Deluxe" please?

No time to devote to gaming may be my problem.

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Sorry - realised about the typo only once the Submit button was pushed


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Poster: Hondo_DK Date: 10-Dec-2005 22:02:04

Hmmm now i better understand why Helgis reminds me of Guybrush Threepwood



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@Moxee:

http://amigaworld.net/modules/features/index.php?op=r&rev_id=93&cat_id=2

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@ Mr_Capehill

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@Moxee:

http://amigaworld.net/modules/features/index.php?op=r&rev_id=93&cat_id=2


Oh, this looks very interesting and for AOS4 too. I am use to Railroad Tycoon. I hope this will pause to take breaks and return later.

Thank you for this information.

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@Moxee

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No time to devote to gaming may be my problem.



Hehe, you mean growing a beard like that takes up all your time?

Life can't be all fun. You need some time for games as well.


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@Moxee

Quote:

No time to devote to gaming may be my problem.


Hehe, you mean growing a beard like that takes up all your time?


By night it grows in leaps and bounds. By day my job takes up so much of my time.

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Life can't be all fun. You need some time for games as well.


I downloaded this Open Transport Tycoon Deluxe for AOS4 and find that it needs the data files from the original game. Sigh.

I have more links to follow and one of them I think holds these data files. I have to wait until this weekend to find out. So many women, so little time.

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