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Old 06 September 2012, 20:56   #21
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Lost in mine
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a great platform puzzler with fantastic music unknown for the most amiga fans
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Old 06 September 2012, 21:44   #22
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Some music are covers of polish hits.
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Old 06 September 2012, 22:52   #23
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DeathTrap from Anco. man what a game...

Its a kind of Castlevania
Blatant lies. I spent hours striking those candlesticks and torch and never managed to get an upgrade/sub-weapon/heart out of them





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Lost in mine
http://hol.abime.net/4666
a great platform puzzler with fantastic music unknown for the most amiga fans
It is an interesting game. Just played up to level 3. Not everything is obvious at first sight, like remote-controlling that driller, but I guess it is part of the game. I have the feeling that a good part of the puzzle aspect comes from avoiding situations that make you lose too much time.

A sort of mix between the Lost Vikings and Lemmings? Anyway, worth to be tested a bit for whoever like action puzzle games.
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I had Lost in Mine on my Amiga long ago. I was disappointed with tiny hero (on small CRT TV) but liked gameplay. It was hard to understand why game with such small graphics objects needs 3 disks.
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Download the whdload installed version and do "sort by size" in Windows.
449 Kb taken by the music it seems (m0 to m5 and czolmusic). I think FDane9 is also a music file (it says tracker in the header when checking in an hex editor).
110 Kb by smpl.abk (samples I guess)

No idea what is the largest file: LIM.
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Old 07 September 2012, 01:16   #27
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Blatant lies. I spent hours striking those candlesticks and torch and never managed to get an upgrade/sub-weapon/heart out of them


anyway better than official Castlevania on Amiga.
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I had Lost in Mine on my Amiga long ago. I was disappointed with tiny hero (on small CRT TV) but liked gameplay. It was hard to understand why game with such small graphics objects needs 3 disks.
yes the hero is tiny but the game is fantastic...I finished the game
it seems the game is based on the game Benefactor done 1 year before
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This one looks very interesting.. something like a costumbrist game from the 90es

The pity is that I dont speak a word of german =(

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This one looks very interesting.. something like a costumbrist game from the 90es

The pity is that I dont speak a word of german =(

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You didn't miss a lot. It's a quite mediocre promotional game and there were a lot of them in germany at that time. The most famous(and probably best) example is Tony & Friends In Kellogg's Land by Factor 5.
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Yes, "Tony & Friends Kellogs" were very nice and very addictive!

Really I love those little german games.. "Traps&Treasures", "PPHammer", "Lethal Zone".. lovely stuff!
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