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Old 03 July 2002, 15:55   #1
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Smile Furry videogames

The Internet really is an endless source for strange sites.
For example take a look at the
Furry Videogames database.
This site covers only videogames starring animals and other furry characters. Very weird.
The site also reviews furry games that have appeared on Amiga.
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Old 03 July 2002, 16:55   #2
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Too bad the review is for other platforms and that their listings aren't complete.

BTW I noticed inherit the earth under the amiga list. Anyone know if there was an english version of this released or of there's only the german Erben die Erde? (Or something like that anyway, I suck at german)

And what about road runner? I tried it a couple of times on arcade, it was great fun back then. Can anyone say if this was really converted to the Amiga? And maybe where to get it? Not in tosec.

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What about Midway arcade game, Trog? It's listed as an Amiga game - I don't think it was released on the Amiga.
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Obviously they've never owned a C64. How could you not include Creatures one of the greatest furry animal games of all time,(on the C64, not that pathetic Amiga conversion).
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Well, that is a nice little site (been there before), but they are just wrong on Road Runner and Trog. Tney may be experts of all things furry, but not all things Amiga.

If RR were released, or any Midway conversion, you would not expect some low-key, nearly impossible to find obscurity never spread on any pirate BBS, no demos created for, no magazine reviews for and no used copies sold anywhere on the planet in existance. A copy of "A Question of Scruples" I could see being this obscure, but not major licenses as the two aforementioned.
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