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software Classic   software Classic : A Kiwi's Tale - a fan-sequel to The New Zealand story (A1200/CD32)
   posted by -Sam- on 28-Dec-2018 9:52:29 (511 reads)
The Kiwi's Tale is a commercial length platformer for the CD32, A1200 and 2MB equipped Amigas (experimental version). A fan-sequel to The New Zealand story and itself an almost 1-1 conversion of a freeware PC title from the late 2000s.

Full details and download links can be found on http://eab.abime.net/showthread.php?p=1292686
    

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