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Anubis 28 August 2008 21:42

The game looks really good.

Let's hope we will be able to get disk images. ;)

nujack 28 August 2008 21:47

Awesome!!! Hopefully the game is not lost.

vroom6sri 28 August 2008 23:37

Holy wow!

Retroplay 28 August 2008 23:55

That game looks friggin awesome, especially concidering that it's only 512kb.
And an Amiga game made in Iraq. :shocked :great
I'll keep my fingers crossed that this baby will turn up sooner or later.

Solid Snake 29 August 2008 17:16

Well spotted on youtube! I hope that the disk images turn up and then maybe AGTW http://agtw.abime.net/ will finally be updated?

ungi 29 August 2008 17:35

Wow! Perfect looking game!!

laser 29 August 2008 17:51

Viddi, great found but ....too late I think

that videos were uploaded to youtube 18 months ago and the author of this videos never answered any question made by the other youtube' fans

I suspect that the game on youtube is a game from another platform
that's fake.....it can't be an amiga game
smooth scroll + music + very good sound effects.......only 512k memory? ...it can't be



mmmmm....that's fake for me...it can be a non realesed PC game, SNES game or something like that

Retro-Nerd 29 August 2008 19:32

Of course it's an Amiga game. Murtadha T. Salman already confirmed that he made this game, together with his friend Rabah Shibab and Mahir Hisham.

I'm still waiting for a respone from Rabah.

Reynolds 29 August 2008 19:46

@laser: do you know the min. requirements af the Beast trilogy? It can be done.

laser 29 August 2008 19:54

[Removed by Cody]

hey Cody...why you have removed my funny post ?

Retro-Nerd 29 August 2008 19:57

Typical laser post, eh? ;)

gklinger 29 August 2008 20:11

That wasn't very nice, laser. :(

Who cares what their names are or what religion they are or where they're from? For creating a game like that the deserve major :bowdown

I sure hope Babylonian Twins gets released.

laser 29 August 2008 20:23

sincerally I really like this game and I want to play it and Im very impressed
but...this is strange

demoniac 29 August 2008 20:51

Quote:

Originally Posted by Galahad/FLT (Post 452260)
Looks pretty ace actually.

Indeed.

laser 29 August 2008 21:02

also I have discovery something strange

http://es.youtube.com/watch?v=3dft1KbC3pw

MIN 2:25

the year of the game...it says 1999 but the info on youtube says that was made on 1994...if anybody can check this please because Im old and blind



http://s2.subirimagenes.com/otros/pr...421btwins1.jpg

so...an amiga game of this quality realized on 1999 ? playlable on the A500 without expansion?....looks fake

anyways I confide on Retro-Nerd' transactions...maybe he will convince the arabs and the game emerge

Belgarath 29 August 2008 21:09

Looks to me like it says 1995.

ppill 29 August 2008 22:37

It reminds me of Arabian Nights which I loved back in my A500 days. Sure would be nice to give this one a try.

derSammler 30 August 2008 11:41

Quote:

Originally Posted by Belgarath (Post 452870)
Looks to me like it says 1995.

Exactly. It reads 1995, not 1999. No idea how someone can call that a fake. It's clearly an Amiga game, and something like this on an unexpanded A500 isn't that unique either.

Sydric 30 August 2008 14:48

I'd like to introduce myself--my name is Syd Bolton and I run the Personal Computer Museum in Brantford, ON Canada (http://www.pcmuseum.ca).

I am also the president of LEGENDARY DESIGN TECHNOLOGIES, the company that actually owns the rights to this game.

First of all, let me assure you -- the game is REAL. We never released it because the environment of the Amiga had deteriorated so badly that the game would have never made it commercially.

I do have the disk images--in fact, I remember not that long ago I definitely created an Amiga of the demo.

I am torn about releasing the full game - but the demo I most definitely would not have an issue with.

I can also assure you that this is one awesome game. Right now, the only place you can play it is at the Personal Computer Museum, which is part of the charm of coming here and trying out new things. Kids that are comfortable with Mario seem to have little difficulty, although there are some advanced tricks in this game that take time to figure out.

Anyways, sounds like there is a lot of interest---if you have any other questions, let me know.

laser 30 August 2008 15:16

Quote:

Originally Posted by Sydric (Post 453099)
I'd like to introduce myself--my name is Syd Bolton and I run the Personal Computer Museum in Brantford, ON Canada (http://www.pcmuseum.ca).

I am also the president of LEGENDARY DESIGN TECHNOLOGIES, the company that actually owns the rights to this game.

First of all, let me assure you -- the game is REAL. We never released it because the environment of the Amiga had deteriorated so badly that the game would have never made it commercially.

I do have the disk images--in fact, I remember not that long ago I definitely created an Amiga of the demo.

I am torn about releasing the full game - but the demo I most definitely would not have an issue with.

I can also assure you that this is one awesome game. Right now, the only place you can play it is at the Personal Computer Museum, which is part of the charm of coming here and trying out new things. Kids that are comfortable with Mario seem to have little difficulty, although there are some advanced tricks in this game that take time to figure out.

Anyways, sounds like there is a lot of interest---if you have any other questions, let me know.

Good NEWS !! ( I hope this is not a joke)


can you upload the demo please to aminet or any other site

we can't wait for the release...we 're desperate

btw, where you get the game? The game was made in Irak?


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