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Miscellaneous News   Miscellaneous News : A history of the Amiga, part 7: Game on!
   posted by Insanity on 13-May-2008 6:59:32 (2881 reads)
Part seven of Jeremy Reimer's Amiga History summary has arrived.
This time it is all about gaming, more specifically between the years 1986 and 1991.
Check it out here!

As usual all previous parts are linked from the top of part 7.

A quick reminder, Jeremy has confirmed that he wants to turn this into a book as well. *

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Re: A history of the Amiga, part 7: Game on!
Posted on 13-May-2008 10:05:20
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Another great article... thanks !


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Re: A history of the Amiga, part 7: Game on!
Posted on 14-May-2008 3:04:23
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Good article, Jeremy.

Good memories too - Defender of the Crown, Dungeon Master (ok, and EOB as well), Shadow ot the Beast of course, and others.

Hrm, now I'm wondering when Bards Tale came out..I loved that game :-0


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Re: A history of the Amiga, part 7: Game on!
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Loved EOB.

But one really annoying thing about it is that there was only one savspot. Easy to make mistakes

Never really got through eob3 though.


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Re: A history of the Amiga, part 7: Game on!
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Bards Tale came out for the C64 first, I loved BTIII which I played to death on my c64 when I finally got a disc drive for it!


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