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Old 14 June 2018, 09:34   #101
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Thanks God for WinUAE save states then for us not so talented game players unlike hips
Even with save states it is no cake walk
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Old 14 June 2018, 09:55   #102
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Even with save states it is no cake walk
I had to look that saying up must be more an US/Aust saying.
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Old 14 June 2018, 11:11   #103
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I had to look that saying up must be more an US/Aust saying.
I'd heard it over here before, although we tend to use 'piece of cake' more often I think
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Old 14 June 2018, 12:01   #104
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Looks good, buying as soon as it is released But why no year of release on the box ?
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Old 14 June 2018, 12:13   #105
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The game has unlimited continues and everytime you beat a level, it gets to be unlocked. This way you can continue from where you left (even if you quit the game - no manual saving or passwords required!) and you can revisit any level you have unlocked at any point. Finishing the game by level selection or if you use continues you get to see the first ending.

Now, to see the "true" ending you need to finish the game with no continues and starting from level 1. Going for perfect in every level is not a necessity but it helps with extra lives (you get +1 with every XXXX amount of points earned) and to make it through the complete the game in a single playthrough you'll do need a lot of them! Hopefully you can collect up to 20+ extra lives from in-game and another 20+ from bonus points.
That sounds supercool, I like that system a lot!!!

But how do you "save"/recognize if a level is unlocked? As for the CD32 version, do you use its internal memory?
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That sounds supercool, I like that system a lot!!!

But how do you "save"/recognize if a level is unlocked? As for the CD32 version, do you use its internal memory?
Floppy -> saves to floppy
HD -> saves to HD
CD32 -> saves to non-volatile RAM

Also saves hi-scores
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Looks good, buying as soon as it is released But why no year of release on the box ?
Heh.. I completely missed that!
The date is in the last page of the printed manual currently (so at least it's not completely absent).
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Old 14 June 2018, 12:40   #108
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Heh.. I completely missed that!
The date is in the last page of the printed manual currently (so at least it's not completely absent).
Is so fast to miss that, good idea to post here and let people help out with such small details, we all get blind when seeing a picture to many times as they say
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I agree. Only problem is this note came a bit too late -I'm afraid- as the physical copies are already in production. Next time I guess

In other news, this also means we're VERY close to actual the final announcement (so close we could start counting down hours in fact)
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Old 14 June 2018, 13:13   #110
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Awesome news!
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Yeahhh, im going to a demoscene party in july (Solskogen, Norway), is be tempting to buy 10 copies and sell them there, not to make much money but for the promotion and fun .. Looking forward !!
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Floppy -> saves to floppy
HD -> saves to HD
CD32 -> saves to non-volatile RAM

Also saves hi-scores
Woohoo, great! I also wanted to ask about the high scores. Perfect, man, perfect! SOOO looking forward to it. :-)

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In other news, this also means we're VERY close to actual the final announcement (so close we could start counting down hours in fact)
Wohooo, great (again )! What a good day. :-)
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Sorry to hijack that thread, but does the version of Tank Furry I can buy here (https://amiga.net.pl/index.php?lng=eng&kwt=10010&tms=43) is directly bootable and playable on a standard CD32? I read sth about a free update (1.2) or sth, but I would rahter like to have it that the CD I buy is bootable.
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Old 14 June 2018, 14:06   #114
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You can ask Amiga.net.pl guys directly
I'm not sure myself unfortunately.
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Old 14 June 2018, 14:42   #115
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Sorry to hijack that thread, but does the version of Tank Furry I can buy here (https://amiga.net.pl/index.php?lng=eng&kwt=10010&tms=43) is directly bootable and playable on a standard CD32? I read sth about a free update (1.2) or sth, but I would rahter like to have it that the CD I buy is bootable.
No its not bootable on a CD32, Earok made with permission an unofficial version that works, should be uploaded somewhere.
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Yes ... but ... ehm ... just ... I mean ... when I order Worthy in some hours I want to put a bit more in the cart ... well ... sorry ... I wrote to the amiga.net.pl guys

Thanks, AmigaJay!
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Cant wait for news about the release ...
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A high quality Amiga action puzzle game ' Worthy ' by PixelGlass, which was one of the top most wanted of Amiga titles on our site is available as either HD Installed, ISO or ADF depending on the Amiga system of choice.

http://www.indieretronews.com/2018/0...onpuzzler.html

IT'S OUT and we have some EXCLUSIVE screenshots
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Old 15 June 2018, 11:03   #120
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...and order placed for the digital version

Awesome work alpine9000 and Tsak
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