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Amigaworld.net News   Amigaworld.net News : Amigamers interviews Thomas Hertzler (The Great Giana Sisters).
   posted by amigatronics on 27-Sep-2020 12:36:25 (592 reads)
Amigamers interviews Thomas Hertzler, the Rainbow Arts programmer who created the Amiga and Atari ST versions of The Great Giana Sisters. He will tell us about this period and his subsequent company, Blue Byte.

You can see the video ---->here<----


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