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Old 09 January 2006, 14:30   #1
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Amiga><Megadrive games?

Does anyone know where I can find a list of all the games that appeared on both the Amiga and the Megadrive (doesnt matter which version came first).

Currently there is no Amiga emu on GP2x so Ill settle for the Megadrive versions for now.

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Old 09 January 2006, 14:33   #2
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Old 09 January 2006, 14:41   #3
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Ok I found it in HOL.

Cheers Belg
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Old 09 January 2006, 16:07   #4
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Shadow of the Beast 1 & 2
Street Fighter 2 Turbo
Gods
Chaos Engine
Cannon Fodder
Double Dragon
Dune II
Fantastic Adventures of Dizzy
Genghis Khan
Ghouls n Ghosts
Golden Axe
Hard Drivin
James Pond 2 : Robocod
Jimmy Whites Snooker
Lemmings 1 & 2
Marble Madness
Mega lo Mania
Mortal Kombat
Outrun
Paperboy
Pit-Fighter
Populous
Powermonger
Prince of Persia
Stormlord
Super Skidmarks
T2-Arcade
Turrican
Worms
Zool

Countless others.
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Old 09 January 2006, 16:09   #5
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I was quite surprised to see Jimmy Whites there. Ill defintely check that out later.
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Old 09 January 2006, 18:17   #6
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http://www.mobygames.com/game/genesi...rlwind-snooker
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Old 09 January 2006, 18:38   #7
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King's Bounty, my fave Megadrive game, appeared on Amiga as well.
Killing Game Show was released as Fatal Rewind on Megadrive.
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Old 09 January 2006, 20:08   #8
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Killing Game Show was known also as Killing Game Show on the Megadrive, I belueve Fatal Rewind was the US name.

And as I pointed out to Dast a full list of Megadrive><Amiga Games can be found on HOL.
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Thanks, Belg. I stand corrected. On the Megadrive in Europe and Genesis in USA, the names differed.
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nah no Wonderboy in Monsterland on the megadrive/genesis
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nah no Wonderboy in Monsterland on the megadrive/genesis
It is on the Master System!
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Battle Squadron is another.
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Old 14 January 2006, 14:22   #14
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Leander, but it is called Legend of Galahad on the Mega Drive. There is also an Atari ST version, needless to say the ST version was rubbish!
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Wolfchild was ported to most consoles e.g snes,megadrive and game gear
Xenon 2 I think was on megadrive it was definitely on master system.
Chuck rock 2 was on megadrive and game gear.
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Leander, but it is called Legend of Galahad on the Mega Drive. There is also an Atari ST version, needless to say the ST version was rubbish!
Thanks for the info. I didnt realise it went under a different name on MD.
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I think Megadrive games were developed on the Amiga? I mean actually coded/ported.
Am I correct? There was a devkit for the Mega on the 'Miga?
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I think Megadrive games were developed on the Amiga? I mean actually coded/ported.
Am I correct? There was a devkit for the Mega on the 'Miga?
I don't know about the MD, but the Amiga was used as the development system for the Atari Lynx. Atari weren't too happy with that situation I bet!
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Almost all megadrive games were written using a PC.

In 1991/1992 a 486dx 66 was way faster and cheaper than any Amiga for compilation.
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I don't know about the MD, but the Amiga was used as the development system for the Atari Lynx. Atari weren't too happy with that situation I bet!
Handy, as it was called then, was created by ex-Commodore game creators Epyx. As they loved their C64's and Amiga's it's not a suprise that the original devkits were commodore based.
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