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Old 04 September 2014, 10:26   #139
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Originally Posted by Cpt. Hindsight View Post
I guess it was pretty unknown since Enforcer - Fullmetal Megablaster was released on a disk mag called Golden Disk in germany. It wasn't really a disk mag like CU Amiga or something like that. Most of the times it was just the disk in a 2 page Din A4 cover. The games released on Golden Disk were a mixed bag in terms of quality and surprisingly the cover neither mentioned Trenz nor Markus Siebold.
Trenz wrote Enforcer under a pseudonym although it was fairly common knowledge who "The Master" was. It was reasonably well known but, because Golden Disk didn't travel far out side Germany, the only way for most of us to get their games was as cracks so it took a while for people to get their hands on it.

Originally Posted by demolition View Post
If it was released in 92 like it says on the cover, then that could explain why it never got much attention. Pretty much everybody had moved on to other platforms like the Amiga at that time.
At that point the C64 still had several dedicated magazines and a supply of commercial games, it took a couple more years for that to dry up until it was just the indies keeping things alive.
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