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Retro1234 20 November 2010 17:01

Mighty Max
 
Just wondering if any of the aGTW team had any info on this? I sent Wayne a message hopefully get a reply.

s2325 20 November 2010 17:03

Is it same game? http://www.mobygames.com/game/adventures-of-mighty-max

Retro1234 20 November 2010 17:06

Yes it was meant to be released on Amiga, AGA only
http://hol.abime.net/4474

http://hol.abime.net/pic_preview/mis...4474_misc1.jpg

s2325 20 November 2010 17:22

Game have strange playability because of odd jumping.

Cammy 20 November 2010 21:55

I love playing Mighty Max on the SNES, I wish it had been released for the Amiga back in the day... or right now! It's a fun, level-exploring kind of platformer, and the controls are okay when you get used to them.

kriz 20 November 2010 22:09

I was waiting for this.. Too bad it never got released !!

Retro-Nerd 20 November 2010 22:15

There's another game preview in the German ASM issue 10-94, same page as the Mighty Max preview. A game called "Akrobats" from Catfish. Anybody heard of it?


http://www.abload.de/thumb/akrobatsa...0_asm_brp6.jpg

Retro1234 23 November 2010 16:35

Had Reply from Wayne looks like another one lost in time.
Quote:

Hi

Going back a bit here! I remember Mighty Max, we were asked to do it by Ocean but were pretty restricted on what we could do, I remember the game wasn't great (we were pretty rushed to get it done).

The Amiga version was never released, and it was by far the best version as I recall. Unfortunately nothing remains of it, I was always a bit slack at archiving my work I'm afraid.

Wayne


s2325 11 December 2011 08:14

Quote:

Originally Posted by Retro-Nerd (Post 716834)
There's another game preview in the German ASM issue 10-94, same page as the Mighty Max preview. A game called "Akrobats" from Catfish. Anybody heard of it?

screenshots: http://www.kultboy.com/index.php?site=t&id=5756

Retro-Nerd 11 December 2011 19:23

Quote:

Originally Posted by s2325 (Post 789740)

Of course, there i've read about it last year. ;)

Adropac2 12 December 2011 00:11

Quote:

Originally Posted by Boo Boo (Post 717577)
Had Reply from Wayne looks like another one lost in time.

It amazes me how someone might not be all that fussed if they lost an entire work like this. If it was the best version then surely you'd at least want to have that safe somewhere regardless if it was released or not. Yeah it was really good but oh well. Fair enough

turrican3 17 September 2013 13:06

is there someone who tried to contact Paul Hoggart ???
He is one of the coders of the game perhaps he could have keep a copy ???
If someone know how to contact him or could try to contact him, please give a try. ;)

turrican3 17 September 2013 13:18

here you can find the list of every developers of mighty max http://eager.back2roots.org/DATA/M/MIGMX.html
we should try to find them and ask if they didn't keep a copy !
edited: if someone has a photo of one of these coders it could help.

turrican3 18 September 2013 01:22

everybody lost interest for mighty max ?
we should work together to have this game !
it was finished.

Joe Maroni 28 September 2013 10:43

i can start to search him and get in contact to get more informations.
what makes you sure that the game was finished ???

turrican3 28 September 2013 10:58

I read an interview where one of the coder said it was finished and was the best version again genesis and snes....
Somebody should remember where to find this one.
But, they finished it, it's sure !

Retro-Nerd 28 September 2013 15:31

You mean this interview (page 30+31)? Sounds like a completed or nearly completed version. But look at post#8. Probably lost forever.

http://amr.abime.net/issue_358_pages

Joe Maroni 30 September 2013 18:44

sad news from Wayne Smithson:

as already read in the interview the game was finished and he had still the sources of the game. but he moved many times the last years and unfortunately lost the disks....

:crying

turrican3 30 September 2013 21:58

no one who worked on it still have a copy ?

Joe Maroni 02 October 2013 20:55

sure...Paul Hoggart is one who coded it...maybe i should find him and ask him for it...:)


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