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Old 14 January 2019, 20:42   #1
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Tales of Gorluth III - The final chapter

Hi guys,

it´s time for the final chapter!

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I hope you like it!


Edit: Pre-Order Link
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Old 14 January 2019, 21:05   #2
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Where is the preorder link?
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Old 14 January 2019, 23:25   #4
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I am just curios is the 68020/2MB CHIP RAM market so much bigger than just AGA machines that it is worth it not to use AGA features?
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Looks like the graphics are jumping a notch up

One thing though; not sure about the "300 pre-orders needed"... so what does that mean exactly? If you don't reach this goal then nothing will even start? Or if started, then canned?

€8400 just in pre-orders is quite a lot of money; would just be nice to get some clarification on how this works.

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I am just curios is the 68020/2MB CHIP RAM market so much bigger than just AGA machines that it is worth it not to use AGA features?
Games written in Backbone/AMOS do not support AGA and have an appetite for enormous amount of Chip Ram.
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Looks like the graphics are jumping a notch up

One thing though; not sure about the "300 pre-orders needed"... so what does that mean exactly? If you don't reach this goal then nothing will even start? Or if started, then canned?

€8400 just in pre-orders is quite a lot of money; would just be nice to get some clarification on how this works.
Glad you like the new gfx style.

Well, everybody knows that I´m 100% reliable.
The game is already in development and there are many Gorluth fans, that are willing to support the saga.

Some people don´t like this pre-order stuff.
But as a self-employed I simply can´t use my working time without payment.

BTW, without VAT, you can almost half the amount of money.
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Yeah, you're 100% reliable and a very hard working developer

I'm sure there many fans; and obviously they will purchase this anyway in order to complete the series; I'll be one of those... even though if I'm totally honest, I didn't think much of HOG. No offense intended, personally I just found the collision in levels after the first one were pretty bad.

I guess, as you do have many fans, that's why I thought it a bit strange to ask for pre-orders given that you've released 3 games; so probably have a good idea already about the sales / outcome anyway.
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BTW, production costs, postage, VAT, translation, gfx...all this stuff...
Think about it.

This is still made with love and passion...and pre-orders are signs of appreciation from every single Amigan and a great contribution and encouragement.
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I will appreciate your work as soon as I return from my business trip (I do not want to send money from hotel wifi)
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Thanks again for your great support!
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Supergood quality, as always...

You really have that style down, Viddi!
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New footage from the first level with sound.

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Looks beautiful, Viddi! This could be my son's Zelda. :-)

Is it necessary to play the first two parts games? Do the three parts cover a shared story? Or do they stand for their own?
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Looks beautiful, Viddi! This could be my son's Zelda. :-)

Is it necessary to play the first two parts games? Do the three parts cover a shared story? Or do they stand for their own?

Thanks!

You can play them separately but if you know the previous games, you´ll discover connections between characters, places, epoches and so on.
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I see. Does part one also starts on a CD32?

And why don't you additionally offer a pack with all three Tales parts? I already own "Heroes", but no Tales, at least not physical (just part two through the Groupee campaign). That would be nice (if the price is ok :-) ).
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