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Old 29 May 2018, 14:35   #61
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Cool game, can the music be changed?
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Old 29 May 2018, 22:40   #62
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Currently I am watching AmigaBill's on demand stream ( [ Show youtube player ]) where he plays "Worthy" (loving this dude :-) and seeing the game in action).
When I saw the "Scores" menu entry, it came to my mind, that Richard Löwensteins upcoming game "Reshoot R" has the possibility to enter your score online (see here: http://reshootr.richard-loewenstein.de). This is done by getting a specific code which is generated by the game and has the score value encrypted in it. Would something similar be possible with "Worthy"?I know, dev has come to an end, but ...

I really like the possibility to have a comparison online highscore although playing on my offline CD32.
I'm afraid at this point there's no plan to make this happen. I think with the first Reshoot this made a better sense since that game was an endless shooter with the sole goal of getting a high score in mind.
As for Worthy, who knows. Perhaps at some point we may see it in a competition like Lemon/EAB league

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Cool game, can the music be changed?
Thanks!
Music can be muted in-game. Just take note that Bill plays in that video a much older demo version of Worthy where we had not yet implemented the complete OST (just the menu music). The final game features different tunes for every level from a total of 12 tracks.
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Old 30 May 2018, 08:55   #63
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@Tsak: Thanks for your answer. Ok, we will see. :-)
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Old 30 May 2018, 09:38   #64
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looking great man. great use of color.
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Old 30 May 2018, 17:47   #65
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I’d buy that for a Euro!
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Old 30 May 2018, 18:28   #66
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What, just 1?
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Old 31 May 2018, 19:36   #67
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You forgot the [cit: Robocop] tag
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Old 03 June 2018, 07:04   #68
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Latest news!

Game testing is done and we have finished the design of all of the physical release items (as well as a few bonus digital items). It won't be long now until we are ready to release the game!

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Old 03 June 2018, 07:56   #69
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Great news Alpine! Though i hope you wont be using HD disks for the floppy version
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Great news Alpine! Though i hope you wont be using HD disks for the floppy version
Ha, yeah I don't know what kind of disks they will use to be honest. But the funny thing is, I used HD disks when testing on my Amiga 600 (with original floppy drive) and they work fine
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Ha, yeah I don't know what kind of disks they will use to be honest. But the funny thing is, I used HD disks when testing on my Amiga 600 (with original floppy drive) and they work fine
Yeah i read some drives can read them, but its more newer drives post 1992, so it would be like russian roulette if the game could be played! But obv the majority if machines were made before then.
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Yeah i read some drives can read them, but its more newer drives post 1992, so it would be like russian roulette if the game could be played! But obv the majority if machines were made before then.
The drive from my A500 also seems to read them fine, as long as they are created with xcopy.
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Old 03 June 2018, 10:44   #73
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Wooohooooooo! Great! Can't wait!
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Old 03 June 2018, 12:16   #75
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I am all the way for digital version, but that floppy looks very charming ^^
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Old 03 June 2018, 12:21   #76
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I am all the way for digital version, but that floppy looks very charming ^^
Tell me about it! Tsak and Artdrone have done some great work with the artwork for the physical release, but we have also squeezed some of their work into the digital release.
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Old 03 June 2018, 20:11   #77
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Speaking of which

Oh, and btw that disk is just an image I found and used just to see how the sticker looks like with the floppy. I'm not sure either what type of disk the real deal is gonna be.
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I have had the opportunity to play (testing) Worthy and would say this is the best new Amiga game since many years

That cover looks awesome
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Yeah, cool! But why do the have no mouth's?
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