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TroelsDK 06 November 2014 15:08

Not enough subscribers? I'd like to know the bar they've set. What do they expect from the Amiga community now a days?? It was the Amiga community that pushed for a release in the first place, for a game that they seemingly had forgotten about them selves :(
Must be that they never finished it, and now forgot how to finish it. Or it would take too long to do and there isn't money in it ti make it worth their precious time.

TCD 06 November 2014 15:11

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Originally Posted by TroelsDK (Post 985181)
Must be that they never finished it, and now forgot how to finish it. Or it would take too long to do and there isn't money in it ti make it worth their precious time.

I suspect the same...

15,000-30,000$ minimum for a game that they've finished already years ago? That's indeed a bit greedy.

ptyerman 06 November 2014 15:12

Just greed, they've made millions on the mobile versions so can't be arsed with the Amiga people. Considering the countries they have ended up living in, that are ruled by greed and corruption it's not really surprising!

turrican3 06 November 2014 15:13

there is a copy which runs in canada in a museum, am i wrong ?

ptyerman 06 November 2014 15:15

Yes, but owned by someone that intends to keep it for himself and his own purposes.

TCD 06 November 2014 15:18

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Originally Posted by turrican3 (Post 985187)
there is a copy which runs in canada in a museum, am i wrong ?

Nobody has confirmed it except for people directly involved with the game. If it's such a rare treasure they surely would mention it here: http://www.pcmuseum.ca/collections.a...xt&group=Amiga ?

turrican3 06 November 2014 15:25

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Originally Posted by TCD (Post 985191)
Nobody has confirmed it except for people directly involved with the game. If it's such a rare treasure they surely would mention it here: http://www.pcmuseum.ca/collections.a...xt&group=Amiga ?

Didn't see that, thanks tcd.
The only way to have for the moment is subscribing.
Perhaps they will change their minds ???
http://www.babyloniantwins.com/amiga.html

ptyerman 06 November 2014 15:28

I doubt it now. I think the only new platform your likely to see is Blackberry, try and milk it a bit more.

Crown 06 November 2014 21:46

All this is really sad. Would have been nice to play the only Amiga game from Irak (AFAIK) :(

Adrian Browne 06 November 2014 22:58

It sure looks like an Amiga game...unmistakeable.

albino 07 November 2014 16:25

From my side, i'll prefer them to keep the game for themselves, as an amiga consummer i have plenty of game much better that this one! Above all i really don't like the way they playing with you guys, my advice is to stick with what is already available on our amiga and forget about this crap.

trydowave 26 April 2015 17:29

Still no activity from their site. Is this officially dead as a Dodo then?

demoniac 23 March 2019 03:02

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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.

During the latest Commodore: The Final Years update, they mentioned that Syd Bolton has unfortunately passed away. More info is found here.

This is why preservation is important. Hopefully, the museum is still operating and the Amiga software isn't lost.

malko 23 March 2019 09:23

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Originally Posted by demoniac (Post 1312646)
During the latest Commodore: The Final Years update, they mentioned that Syd Bolton has unfortunately passed away. More info is found here. [...]

46 ! :shocked Damn, so young in regard to the average life expectancy.. RIP man.


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