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Old 17 August 2004, 20:49   #1
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Question Any info on Mutantology and where to get it?

I've gained knowledge recently of a CD that was released on the Amiga called "Mutantology Collection" or somewhere along those lines. Now, I have a feeling this is a gathering of all the games made by Mutation Software, right?

I'm quite keen on checking this baby out but I'm not sure if anybody even sells it online anymore? SoftHut listed it as one of the special offers you could get if you bought Amiga Forever 6 off them (the CD would cost just $7.99), but it doesn't seem to have an entry of its own on that site, unlike most of the other 'special offers'. Help would be doodily appreciated, folks.
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Old 21 August 2004, 22:45   #2
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http://tiw-pro.web.internet.telia.co...utantology.jpg

Here's a picture of the back of the Mutantology cover.
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Old 22 August 2004, 22:48   #4
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Not sure how helpful this is, but have you asked Mutation Software? They're still around, at http://www.mutationsoftware.com/

You're right that it's a compilation of all of Mutation Software's games. Most of these games can be downloaded from BttR: http://www.back2roots.org/News/Find/?find=mutation
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25-08-04 We are sorry to announce that after 15 years in business trading as Mutation Software that we will closing down UK business in September 2004. Website operations and online store fronts, including sister sites and project development will close shortly after. To all fans of our games past an present a big 'THANK YOU' for buying and playing our games!.



Talk about bad timing or what!
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Very sad, and also a little bit strange - it was very recently announced that the PC-version of Tin Toy Adventure will be one of the first games to be released on a new budget label in the UK & Benelux-countries. So I thought that would mean some additional income for them.
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