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Old 05 December 2004, 17:53   #1
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Amiga Classix 4

Hello!

www.magnussoft.de offers a new Amiga games compilation for PC and Mac called AMIGA CLASSIX 4 for just 12,95 Euro:


Join us on a trip to days long gone, when 1 MByte RAM was more memory than you would ever need and games were really fun to play. Amiga ClassiX 4 takes you back to those days and comes with more than 200 of the most popular Amiga games ever created. Play those games on your PC or Mac and relive these days once again.

Games included:
Airbus A-320 * Alien Breed 2 * Another World * Apidya?* Arkanoid * Battle Squadron * Cadaver * Cybernoid * Deliverance * Disposable Hero * Elfmania ? * Erben des Throns *?Flamingo Tours * Gods * Hannibal * Hybris *?Jaguar XJ 220 * Lemmings 2 * Lethal Xcess *? Mega Lo Mania * Nebulus * Nemac IV ? * Pinball Fantasies *?PP Hammer * Pro Tennis Tour 2 * Rick Dangerous 2 ? * Rings of Medusa *?Sensible World of Soccer * Slam Tilt * Stormlord *?Super Skidmarks * Superfrog * Tie-break *?Turrican 2 * Twintris *?Valhalla ? *Worms * Xenon 2 ?* Zool and many more...

An easy to use interface literally turns your PC (or Mac) into an Amiga and you can start the games by a simple mouseclick.
GO RETRO - with Amiga ClassiX 4, the ultimate Amiga Games compilation!

Requirements:
Windows:
- Windows 98/Me/2000/XP
- CPU 800MHz or faster
- 128MB RAM
- 450MB free HD- space
- videocard 16MB
- DirectX 8
- 4x CD-ROM
- mouse, keyboard
Mac:
- Mac OS X 10.2
- PowerPC G3/G4/G5, 733MHz or faster
- 128MB RAM
- 420MB free HD- space
- videocard ATI RAGE 128 PRO faster
- 4x CD-ROM
- mouse, keyboard
 
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Old 05 December 2004, 18:02   #2
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Is this a legal product?

Anyway why buy a CD like this when we have sites such as www.back2roots.org/
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Old 05 December 2004, 18:03   #3
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Maybe I'll show you my tosec collection instead....baby
 
Old 05 December 2004, 18:52   #4
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mmm i don't see winuae between the requirements...
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Old 05 December 2004, 20:56   #5
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this are all demoversions of the games on this cd....

too much money for this...
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Old 06 December 2004, 12:26   #6
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This isn't true! The CD contains about 130 full games and only about 70 demos. Here's the complete list taken from the original manual:

Action
Air Supply
Astaroth
Aunt Arctic Adventure
Battle Squadron
Battle Valley
Cardiaxx
Charon 5
Cosmo Ranger
Custodian
Cyberblast
Cybernoid
Cybernoid 2
Cyberzerk
Deliverance
Disposable Hero
Eliminator
Exolon
Guardian
Gunshoot
Hybris
Insanity Fight
Insects in Space
Lethal Xcess
Moonfall
Nebulus
Nemac IV
Netherworld
Onslaught
Plague, The
Rolling Ronny
Rubicon
Sirius 7
Slayer
Steel
Stormlord
Sword
Tearaway Thomas
Trex Warrior
Zarathrusta
Ziriax
Zynaps

Adventure

Adventures of Maddog Williams, the
Another World
Antares
Beneath a steel Sky
Die Karawane der siebten Dynastie
Jack the Ripper
Lure of the Temptress
Pechowy Prezent
Projekt Prometheus
Sixth Sense Investigations
Valhalla - and the lord of infinity

Arcade

Arkanoid
Bandit Mania
Benny Beetle in Colorworld
Blockhead
Blockhead II
Bomb Mania
Boppin'
Brain Man
Brainball
Colorix
Crack
Dugger
Eye of the Dragon
Globulus
Goliath - The game of the Demons
Leonardo
Magic Ball
Mental Image Game Disk I
Monster Business
Obsession Pinball
Pinball Dreams
Pinball Fantasies
Pinball Illusions
Pinball Mania
PP Hammer and his pneumatic weapon
Shizophrenia
Slam Tilt
Sorcerer's Apprentice
Technology 2
Twintris
Winning Post
Zoom

Sport

5th Gear
Center Court Tennis
Der Trainer
Diego
Future Basketball
MegArts Hockey
Powerplay Icehockey Manager
Samba Partie
Samba Partie Professional
Samba World Cup 98
Super Skidmarks
Super Tennis Champs
Tactical Manager
Tactical Manager 2
Tactical Manager Italia
Tie-break
World Hockey League Manager
XTreme Racing

Strategy & Sim

Airbus A-320
Airbus A-320 2
Approach Trainer
Big Picture
Black Gold
Conquestador
Cygnus 8
D.N.A.
Debut - Planet Simulation
Designasaurus
Erben des Throns
Flamingo Tours
Hannibal (Deutsch)
Hannibal (English)
Hillsea Lido
Hollywood Pictures
JU52-Flight Simulator
Manager
Mobile Warfare
Rings of Medusa
Space M.A.X.
Spoils of War
Subtrade - Return to Irata
Time Keepers
Universal Military Simulator
Winzer

Demos:

Addams Family
Alfred Chicken
Alien Breed 2 - Tower Assault
All Terrain Racing
Apidya
Benefactor
Big Run
Blood Money
Brian the Lion
Bubba 'n Stix
Bubble and Squeak
Cadaver
Chase H.Q. 2
Chuck Rock 2 - Son of Chuck
Darkseed
Dragon's Breath
Dragon's Lair
Elfmania
Exile
Fiendish Freddy's Big Top 'o Fun
Fifa International Soccer
Flashback
Flight of the Amazon Queen
Football Glory
Frontier - Elite II
Full Contact
Gem'X
Globdule
Gobliiins
Gods
Hero Quest II - Legacy of Sorasil
Ishar 2 - Messengers of Doom
Jaguar XJ 220
K240
King's Quest VI
Lamborghini American Challenge
Leander
Lemmings 2 - The Tribes
Mega Lo Mania
Pang
Parasol Stars
Premier Manager 3
Pro Tennis Tour 2
Project-X
Rick Dangerous 2
Sensible World of Soccer
Simon the Sorcerer
Soccer Kid
Super Stardust
Superfrog
The First Samurai
The Lion King
The lost Vikings
The New Zealand Story
Titus the Fox
Tornado
Turrican 2
Turrican 3
Wonderdog
Worms
Xenon 2 - Megablast
X-Out
Yo! Joe!
Zeewolf
Zool
Z-Out




All games have been licensed. The companies and programmers are credited in the manual, too.
 
Old 06 December 2004, 17:35   #7
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Maybe so but it's 2004 and all the titles you listed are widely available on the Internet you know. In fact I'm not posting this to harm your business but it's doubtful that people on this board will be interested
 
Old 06 December 2004, 17:44   #8
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Whilst we're at it I may as well try selling some of my DVD's:

Dirty Amiga Classix
Watch as Diego seeks to infiltrate the bedrooms of his 3 South American lady friends only to revel in his shock when he finds out that they were really Amigos all along!

Extreme German Hardcore
This is not actually a DVD but a CD full of crap like Scooter.

Putty Squad
A hilarious undercover documentary that followed around UK police for 5 months whilstn they thought they were on the trail of a haul of Semtex explosives. Watch there faces when at the end of it all they realised it was just putty.

All DVD's/CD's are £19.99 and are available while stocks of my DVD-R's last
 
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if anybody could offer me a dvd full of the tosec set (completely of course) i would pay that money...
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Old 07 December 2004, 00:18   #10
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Dont suppose i can get those from you on a 3 for 2 offer jim?

(ang on a mo.. 'Scooter' .. crap?! .. wtf!.. he rules!!!)
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Old 07 December 2004, 01:58   #11
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if anybody could offer me a dvd full of the tosec set (completely of course) i would pay that money...
I have the full Tosec set but its on 3 dvd's not one

Besides with Tribute II Just about finished i dont think there will a lot of sales from here if it isnt legal.....If it is legal then COOL

But as long as you own an A500, A1200, A2000, A4000 and a CD32 along with all the original games that are on the DVD and of course you dont sell it !!!!

Then Hell Tribute II Is perfectly legal to use as well

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Old 07 December 2004, 02:01   #12
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if anybody could offer me a dvd full of the tosec set (completely of course) i would pay that money...
Money shouldnt be involved in this sort of deal !!!
I may sound hypercritical as im creating the Tribute but im not selling it.

If you want them to help preserve the Amiga id send you them free myself but NO MONEY !!!!!!

However Trading is acceptable

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Old 07 December 2004, 02:19   #13
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BTW!!!

You guys aint seen this one yet !!!
Heres how the assorted menus look.....Special thanks to "Hall of Light" for letting me use thier Screenies .......Full credit will be given




You have no idea how long it took me get this Assorted menu design so i was happy with it.
I must have made hundreds of variations yet the end result was so simplistic
Of course this is one of many.

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Old 07 December 2004, 02:52   #14
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Thatís looking absolutely friggin awesome Synchro!

All that time is sure paying off.
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Thatís looking absolutely friggin awesome Synchro!

All that time is sure paying off.
Thanks mate
Dont worry havent forgotton those who have directly and indirectly helped!!
Yours will be first to arrive
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Damn, some serious time and effort must have gone into this - it's going to be one to store away and show the grandkids!

Take all the time you need to perfect this masterpiece.

Whoops, sorry for the OT posting rimba.
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Old 07 December 2004, 03:17   #17
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Awesome Synchro. That is looking really good. I was not around these boards for the first tribute so this project is new to me. I have been unable to find the first one even on e-mule. Tribute 2 certainly looks very impressive.
Whilst i don`t mind fiddling with Winuae to get my games working, it can be a bit daunting for the missus who still likes to play the odd game of adams family etc. She just wants to click and play. This could be just the ticket.

Just a couple of questions:

Will this be available to everyone or just the helpers of the project?

If so, will it be available for download? (other than emule)

If not the above, can a small donation be sent to yourself to cover your time and postage costs for the DVD?

Thanks in advance
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Old 07 December 2004, 03:31   #18
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Great Work Synchro
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Old 07 December 2004, 04:58   #19
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If so, will it be available for download? (other than emule)
I'd have thought the chances of getting a free & easy 4gb+ download from the web are pretty slim these days. At the end of the day someone has to pay for that 4gb of traffic, unless you happen to "find" a large company with a unsecured FTP

However that doesn't mean it cannot be done. Synchro could either do it himself or he could talk to someone like RCK or Kim Lemon and if they were willing a system could be setup where someone pays (via Paypal) US$2 or something and are then sent a link to download the file. With the money going to pay for the webserver costs/beer. This also applies to Bippy's DVD and any other big project, just an idea - always worth asking RCK/Kim or other peolpe with webspace/bandwith in the community.
 
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Its going to be Totally free for everyone !!
Sure i could make a killing on it but im standing my ground i made it for preservation only and as a tribute to all those programmers who made the Amiga what it was. That being the case my morals wont even let me accept a fee of postage !!!

But i did make it for this community so hopefully we will all get one somehow
I myself will send out 50 or so and im hopeing whoever gets it will send a copy to at least 3 others on this board. Kind of a chain letter thing.

Tribute 1 stayed pretty self contained in the community for a long time but as this one boots on XBOX as well it may generate even more interest from outside parties and may well find its way to a torrent site somewhere.
However im sure we will all get it here somehow

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