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Announcement   Announcement : Amiga Future Issue 59 (March/April 2006) out
   posted by AndreasM on 3-Mar-2006 12:27:49 (2136 reads)
Today the issue 59 (March/April 2006) has been released. This means that all subscriptions and preorders have been brought to the postal office today. There are some goodies for you on the cover CD:

Full versions:

Defender of the Crown
Defender of the Crown 2



Pulsator unreleased material
Beneath a Steel Sky
Lure of the Temptress
Indigio

In the magazine we have besides many other articles a report about the latest update of AmigaOS 4 and a detailed review of Hollywood 2.

A deeper description of contents and some try-outs can be found using this link: http://www.amigafuture.de/forum/kb.php?mode=article&k=558

The Amiga Future can be obtained as a single issue or as a subscription directly from the editorial office and your amiga dealer (i.e. Vesalia, GGS-Data.)

http://www.amigafuture.de

http://www.apc-tcp.de

    

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Re: Amiga Future Issue 59 (March/April 2006) out
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Cool to see full games on the CD.

DOTC2 is quite nice, its justa remake for the CDTV, of the first one with better graphics and sound.


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I wish I could read German


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warez!!


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>warez!!

???

We have a licence for the games


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@AndreasM

Where do you get the images?

If it was from the Cinemaware(z) site, i wouldn't mind, i once downloaded
Sinbad from there and was surprised as it wouldn't run under WHDLoad.

It was cracked, too

I believe they couldn't find any originals for most of the Amiga versions, so
they just got as many as they could in time from wherever.

 
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A very good news for german speaking amigans.


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treblesix:

Wrong!, DOTC2 is not just a remake of the first defender of the crown.

It has quite a few enhancements but yes ...sadly..they aint much diffrent from each others except for that dotc1 has better music on the cdtv release compared to dotc 2.

Defender of the Crown Floppy version
Defender of the crown CDTV
Defender of the Crown CDTV/CD32 (released by commodore to try and promote cd32)

DOTC 1 cdtv is great, the music and speech is great.


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I never got on with DOTC on the Amiga.

I used to own it on the C64, and that version had little extra bits like health bars when you tried to raid a castle or rescue the girlie which were mysteriously missing from the Miggy version.

The jousting also had a "Bell" to say when to hit the fire button, In all these years, I do not think I have ever won the jousting playing on the Amiga!

Oh, and the "bombardment" attack type when you bought loads of catapults, there on the 64, not there on the Amiga. Shame that I managed to get greater enjoyment from an 8 bit machine when the miggy capabilities should have blown the competition to pieces!

(Just my twopenceworth, no attack on anyone intended)


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I know this is a latecomer post, but doc, would you care to back up your claim rather than posting in your usual one word fashion?


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@listat

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he jousting also had a "Bell" to say when to hit the fire button, In all these years, I do not think I have ever won the jousting playing on the Amiga!


Winning the jousting is pretty easy depending on your level at jousting as well. The general rule is to aim dead center of the X on the shield, and a majority of the time you'll be victorious.

The health bars in the raids annoyed me too as I was so used to the C64 version, that I lost many raids owing to taking too long to enter the castle as I was used to having to defeat people who has health meters.

An enjoyable alternative to this game was the lesser mentioned Joan of Arc.

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