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Old 06 February 2020, 10:44   #1
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Amiga AGA 3.5” Disk Games List

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Old 06 February 2020, 17:30   #2
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Nice list, very useful, thanks!
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Old 06 February 2020, 20:22   #3
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Going through this list makes me all warm and fuzzy inside
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Old 06 February 2020, 20:35   #4
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Alien Breed 3d II doesn't require a harddrive install?
Although saying it runs on stock hardware might be a bit of a stretch.

Also, you may be able to add Liberation to this list. I always installed to harddisk but I don't think it was required (can't see manual to verify though).
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Old 06 February 2020, 20:48   #5
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Alien Breed 3d II doesn't require a harddrive install?
Although saying it runs on stock hardware might be a bit of a stretch.

Also, you may be able to add Liberation to this list. I always installed to harddisk but I don't think it was required (can't see manual to verify though).
Re AB3DII - Doesn't say in the manual its required to be installed to HDD, although if anyone can confirm this let me know and I'll remove it from the list.

Thanks i will add Liberation, not sure how that one slip the net
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Old 06 February 2020, 21:42   #6
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Handy list. Isn't Bloodnet AGA only though?
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Old 06 February 2020, 21:49   #7
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Re AB3DII - Doesn't say in the manual its required to be installed to HDD, although if anyone can confirm this let me know and I'll remove it from the list.
No, Alien Breed 3D II: The Killing Grounds can also be run from floppy disk and doesn't require hard drive installation

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Handy list. Isn't Bloodnet AGA only though?
Nope, there are two versions available:
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Old 06 February 2020, 22:03   #8
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Still lack of some games, e.g. Tin Toy Adventure.

Edit:...or Ali Baba
This game should be in "Hall of Shame"

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Cheers @DamienD!

@solo kazuki - i’ve listed at the top some games aren’t included for various reasons, Tin Toy could only be ordered from Adrians home address. Same for Ali Baba and that didn’t even come in a box.

I think a commercial game should ‘at least’ constitute as being available from at least two different outlets (to differentiate itself from a home sold game) and of course in a box of some description.

Obviously some of the Polish or other foreign games are harder to know if they were sold from home or were sold in various resellers, any help on the list appreciated in that regard.
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I have updated the list with these changes;

Removed On The Ball - World Cup Edition and Reunion as they are HDD only games.

Updated list and put a * next to the games that were dual OCS/AGA in the same box.

Made small lists at the bottom of the first post saying which games use OCS gfx either just in-game or throughout entire game. Thus A1200 version was sold to just use extra RAM for either extra sprites/textures or SFX/Music.

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Colonization, no sign on box, manual or reviews that these use AGA in anyway.
Colonization on AGA have additional backdrop with ships and also You can use WORKBENCH switch to run on Workbench screen. Information about AGA enhancements is in readme file on disk.





Liberation: Captive II use AGA for better quality of bitmaps and enhanced palette but You need install game. During installation You have additional option to chose quality of bitmaps (low, medium, high). With high quality on AGA game have over 10MB on hard disk.


Wacus the Detective is OCS/ECS game, does not use AGA at all.


TeenAgent is also available for ECS, downloads are here (also version with speak).

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Cheers for the info Solo! I have updated the first post with your updated information.

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Old 20 February 2020, 21:01   #13
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Removed the following games from the list,

Kingpin - not AGA, 1200 enhancements just used extra memory for sampled speech + better SFX.
Get Out - was released as a magazine cover-disk game, fyi only intro used AGA.
Fields Of Battle - Bevelstone, 1995 - was a shareware game, not commercial.
Pinball Brain Damage - APC&TCP, 1997 - requires HDD

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Old 04 September 2020, 08:01   #14
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TeenAgent is also available for ECS, downloads are here (also version with speak).

Excellent, thanks for this link! It's not easy finding an English version of this game.
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