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Old 30 January 2005, 13:32   #1
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[REQ] Games published by Magazines

I am trying to compile a list of all the full-version games published by magazines, so this information can be added to the game records in HOL.

Please advise me of any additions/corrections to the list. I will keep this list up-to-date with your corrections.

Full (non-PD) games re-published on a magazine
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Action Fighter (Zero 17, 1991/03) (dual format Amiga/ST)
Air Warrior (New Computer Express no. 150, 21 Sep 1991) (coverdisk no. 3) (dual format Amiga/ST) *** Full game?***
Amberstar (Amiga Fun) ****Date unknown****
Archipelagos (Amiga Format 24, 1991/07)
Army Moves (CU Amiga, 1991/05)
Artura (Zero 19, 1991/05) (dual format Amiga/ST)
Atomix (The One (Amiga), 1991/07)
Balance of Power 1990 (Amiga Format 23, 1991/06)
Battle for the Ashes (Amiga Power 63, 1996/07)
Beneath a Steel Sky (Amiga Future 31, 2001/07-08)
Blade (Amiga Future 31, 2001/07-08)
Blob (Amiga Power 64, 1996/08)
Bombuzal (Amiga Power 1, 1991/05)
Boston Bomb Club (Amiga Dream [m/y unknown])
Bubble and Squeak (Amiga Computing 107, 1997/01)
Burntime (Amiga Fun, 1995/10) ****UNCONFIRMED****
Capital Punishment (Amiga Future 23, 2000/02)
Chase (Zero 15, 1991/01) (dual format Amiga/ST)
Cygnus 8 (Amiga Future 21) ***DATE UNKNOWN***
Deflektor (Zero 7, 1990/05) (dual format Amiga/ST)
E-Motion (The One (Amiga), 1991/05)
Eco (CU Amiga-64, 1989/11)
Eishockey Manager (AmigaJoker, 1995/12) ****UNCONFIRMED****
Empire Stikes Back (Rampage no. 3, 1990/09)
F1 World Championship Edition (Amiga Power 62 1996/06)
Fantasy Football League (Amiga Action, 1996/06) [Incorrectly titled. see: Fantasy Manager]
Fantasy Manager (The One (Amiga), 1995/12)
Fantasy Manager (Amiga Action, 1996/06)
Final Odyssey (Amiga Future 25, 2000/06-07)
Formula One Grand Prix (MicroProse) (Amiga Format 110 CD, 1998/06)
Foundations Waste (The One 29, 1991/02) (Amiga/ST dual format)
Gravity (CU Amiga, 1991/06)
Hacker 2 (Zero 20, 1991/06) (dual format Amiga/ST)
Hardball (Zero 13, 1990/11) (dual format Amiga/ST)
HATE (Amiga/ST) (New Computer Express no. 138, 27 Jun 1991)
Hillsea Lido (Amiga Future 18, 1999/04-05)
Hollywood Pictures (Amiga Fun, 1996/05) ****UNCONFIRMED****
Hollywood Pictures (Amiga Future 14, 1998/08)
Human Killing Machine (CU Amiga ,1991/03)
Interphase (Amiga Format 18, 1991/01)
Jambala (Amiga Fun) ****Date unknown****
Kargon (Amiga Future 19, 1999/06-07)
Kid Gloves (Amiga Power 2, 1991/06)
Mad TV (Amiga Fun, 1996/06) ****UNCONFIRMED****
Mad TV (Amiga Future 12 1998/04-05)
Merv the Merciless (Zero 1, 1989/11) (dual format Amiga/ST)
Micro Machines (Amiga Concept 17 1995/07-08?)
Nemac IV (Amiga Future 22, 2000/01)
No Second Prize (Amiga Power 65, 1996/09)
Puffy's Saga (The One (Amiga), 1991/07)
Purple Saturn Day (Amiga Action, 1991/06)
Quik The Thunder Rabbit (Amiga Action, 1995/08 and 1995/09)
Quik The Thunder Rabbit CD32 (Amiga CD32 Special 2) ****Date unknown****
Rampage (Zero 14, 1990/12) (dual format Amiga/ST)
Ramses (Amiga Fun, 1992/03)
Return of the Jedi (Rampage 4, 1990/10)
Samba Partie (Amiga Future 13, 1998/06-07)
Sharks (Amiga Future 31, 2001/07-08)
Spirit of Adventure (Amiga Fun, 1995/07) ****UNCONFIRMED****
Star Wars (Rampage 2, 1990/02) ****UNCONFIRMED****
Steel (Zero 21, 1991/07) (dual format Amiga/ST)
Storm Master (Amiga Concept 6) ****UNCONFIRMED/DATE UNKNOWN****
Strangers, The (Amiga Future 26, 2000/08-10)
Super Huey (CU Amiga, 1991/01)
Sword (Amiga Future 20) ***DATE UNKNOWN***
Tiny Troops (Amiga Future 16, 1998/12-1999/01)
Virtual Karting (Amiga Future 17, 1999/02-03)
Trapped (Amiga Future 11, 1998/02-03)
Trex Warrior (The One (Amiga), 1993/08)
Trex Warrior (Amiga Fun, 1994/08)
UFO : Enemy Unknown (Amiga Format 109, 1998/04)
Unendliche Geschichte II, Die (Amiga Fun, 1992/06)
Vaxine (Amiga Format 24, 1991/07)
Vital Light CD32 (Amiga CD32 Special 3) ****Date unknown****
Vroom Multiplayer (Amiga Dream (FR) 22) ****Date unknown****
Wendetta 2175 (Amiga Future 24, 2000/04-05)
Wicked (Zero 11, 1990/09)
Zombi (CU Amiga, 1991/07)

Full (non-PD) games originally published on a magazine
---------------------------------------------
3D-Race/3D-Motorrad (Amiga Mania, 1992/06)
3D-Race/3D-Motorrad (Amigo!) ****Date unknown****
Aerial Racers (Amiga Format 103 1997/11) ****PD??****
AIM XI (Amiga Fun) ****Date unknown****
Alianator (Amiga Fun, 1991/12)
Amber (Amiga Fun, 1991/11)
Arcade Snooker (CU Amiga, 1995/07)
Binary (Amigo!, 1993/02)
Blutraush (Amiga Fun 6) ****Date unknown****
Brainball (Amiga Mania, 1992-03)
Caravan (Amiga Fun) ****Date unknown****
Casino 3000 (Amiga Fun) ****Date unknown****
Clystron (Amiga Fun) ****Date unknown****
Crazy Sue 2 (Amiga Mania, 1992/09)
Crazy Sue 2 (Amiga Fun, 1992/09)
Crystal Palace (Amiga Fun, 1993/03)
Cybergammon (Amiga Fun Gold 2) ****Date unknown****
Cybergammon (Amiga Fun) ****Date unknown****
Decton (Amiga Fun) ****Date unknown****
Demonlord (Amiga Fun, 1991/09)
Diamond Fever (Amiga Fun) ****Date unknown****
Diamond Fever (Amiga Plus, 1991/03)
Dungeons of Avalon (Amiga Mania, 1992/07)
Dungeons of Avalon (Amiga Fun, 1992/04-05)
Dungeons of Avalon 2 (Amiga Mania, 1992/10)
Escape from Tharkan (Amiga Fun) ****Date unknown****
Final Day, The (Amiga Fun (UK)) ****Date unknown****
Future Shock (Amiga Fun (UK), 1991/XX) ****Date unknown****
Gainforce (Amiga Fun, 1993/02)
Galaxy Blast (Amiga Mania, 1992/08)
Galaxy Blast (Amigo!, 1992/03)
Gravity Power (Amiga Power 50, Jun 1995)
Grey Slayer (Amiga Computing, 1990/09)
Hellrun Machine, The (Amiga Mania, 1992/11-12)
Hellrun Machine, The (Amiga Fun, 1992/11)
Ilyad (Amiga Action, 1991/05)
Jump 'n Roll (Amiga Fun 35) ****Date unknown****
Jump 'n Roll (Amigo! 2) ****Date unknown****
Jump 'n Roll (Amiga Action 48, 1993/09) ****Date unknown****
Lamborghini American Challenge CD32 (Amiga CD32 Special no. 1, 1994/12)
Leading Lap SE (CU Amiga, 1996/04)
Lethal Zone (Amiga Fun, 1991/10)
Meteor (3D Construction Kit game) (The One for Amiga Games 38, Nov 1991)
Movem (Amiga Mania, 1992/06)
Movem (Amiga Fun (UK) 6, 1991/04)
Movem (Amiga Fun Gold 2) ****Date unknown****
Oktagon (Amiga Fun, 1993/06)
Orbit (Amiga Fun) ****Date unknown****
Pick Out (Amiga Fun) ****Date unknown****
Pick Out (Amiga Fun (UK) 6, 1991/04)
Psycho Santa (The One (Amiga), 1993/01)
Reflexity: Pinball Challenge (Amiga Fun, 1992/12)
Rushhour (Amiga Fun Gold 2) ****Date unknown****
Rushhour (Amiga Fun 6) ****Date unknown****
Somewhere in Time (Amiga Fun 35) ****Date unknown****
Somewhere in Time (Amigo! 2) ****Date unknown****
Sub Rally (Amigo! 1) ****Date unknown****
Sub Rally (Amiga Fun) ****Date unknown****
System 4 (Amiga Fun) ****Date unknown****
System 4 (Amiga Fun (UK) 1, 1990/11)
Tetrix : The Next Generation (Amiga Fun Gold, 1993/01)
Tony and Friends in Kellogg's Land (Sundancer (Germany)) ****UNCONFIRMED****
TFX (CU Amiga, 1997/10)
Vyrus (Amiga Fun (UK) 4, 1991/02)
Winning Post, The (Amiga Action) ****Date unknown****
Wobbler (Amiga Fun) ****Date unknown****
Zock Out (Amiga Fun) ****Date unknown****

Other (non-PD) mini/sub games originally published on a magazine
---------------------------------------------
Cannon Fodder Plus (Amiga Power, 1993/11)
Cannon Soccer (Amiga Format no. 54, 1993/Christmas)
Christmas Dizzy (Amiga Power, 1994/01)
Chrome (CU Amiga, 1992/06) [mini game from Switchblade 2]
Conquest (Amiga Action 75, 1995/10) ****PD?****
Dux (CU Amiga, 1992/06) [mini game from Lotus Turbo Challenge 2]
Egor in Toyland (Amiga Action, 1996/12) ****PD?****
Rick Dangerous 2.5 (The One) ****Date unknown****
Rox (Amiga Action, 1991/03) [Mini game from Lotus Esprit Turbo Challenge]
Sensible Massacre (Amiga Action, 1994/08)
Sensible Massacre 2 (Amiga Action, 1995/05)
Sensible Moon (Amiga Action, 1994/Christmas)
Xmas Lemmings [4 exclusive levels, demo for Oh No!] (Amiga Format 30, 1991/01)

Data/expansion disks
--------------------
Car-Vup : six new levels [extra levels] (The One 26, 1990/11)
Cybercon III: A Complete New Mission! [extra levels] (The One) ****Date unknown****
EPIC mission disk (The One) ****Date unknown****
F29 Retaliator Mission Disk (Zero 12, 1990/10)
F29 Retaliator Mission Disk (The One) ****Date unknown****
Plotting : five new levels [extra levels] unknown magazine, prob. The One. ****UNCONFIRMED****
Populous scenery disk (The One) ****Date unknown****
Sensible World of Soccer Update Disk (Amiga Action, 1995/06)

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Old 30 January 2005, 14:07   #2
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AP (re)published a few full games in the last few issues:

F1 World Championship Edition (Amiga Power 62 1996/06)
Battle for the Ashes (Amiga Power 63 1996/07)
Blob (Amiga Power 64 1996/08)
No Second Prize (Amiga Power 65 1996/09)

Formula One Grand Prix appeared in AF 111, 1998/06.
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Old 30 January 2005, 15:16   #3
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Full (non-PD) game re-published on a magazine
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Action Fighter (Zero March 1991) (dual format Amiga/ST)
Chase (Zero January 1991) (dual format Amiga/ST)

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Old 30 January 2005, 18:07   #4
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Gravity Power (Amiga Power Issue 50) was a sequel to Gravity Force 2 and was published on the magazine's cover disk. It was commisioned by AP and could not legally be sold or distributed elsewhere. The prequel (Gravity Force 2) was some form of P.D.
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Old 30 January 2005, 22:48   #5
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Thanks for the info guys
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Old 31 January 2005, 22:10   #6
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The F1GP on Amiga Format 111 - is that the Geoff Crammond/MicroProse one?
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Old 01 February 2005, 00:26   #8
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You might want to take a look here

It's details on reviews of all the Thalion games from magazines around the world. It's not complete but a good start.

Amberstar GER Amiga Fun 12/1994
Atomix UK The One 34 Jul 1991
Jambala GER Amiga Fun ?? / 19??
No Second Prize UK Amiga Power 65 Sep 1996
Trex Warrior UK The One Amiga ?? Aug 93

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Old 01 February 2005, 08:19   #9
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Thanks.

@alexh: I can confirm that Atomix was published on The One for Amiga Games, no. 34 / Jul 1991 along with the full version of Puffy's Saga.
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Zero etc. coverdisks

Can anyone confirm these? I found the information at http://www.zhell.co.uk/zero.html and some other places including some posts on EAB. Some of these may be Atari ST only.

Ammotrak (Zero 1991/12) ST ONLY - thx Codetapper
Burntime (Amiga Fun, 1995/10) ****UNCONFIRMED****
Deflektor (Zero 1990/05) ****UNCONFIRMED****
Eishockey Manager (AmigaJoker, 1995/12) ****UNCONFIRMED****
HATE (Amiga/ST) (Computer Express no. 138, 27 Jun 1991) ****UNCONFIRMED****
Hollywood Pictures (Amiga Fun, 1996/05) ****UNCONFIRMED****
Mad TV (Amiga Fun, 1996/06) ****UNCONFIRMED****
Recoil (Zero 1989/11) ****UNCONFIRMED****
Spirit of Adventure (Amiga Fun, 1995/07) ****UNCONFIRMED****
Trantor (Zero 1991/03) ST ONLY - thx Codetapper
Wicked (Zero 1990/09) ****UNCONFIRMED****

Cadaver [Extra levels???] (Zero 1991/02) ****UNCONFIRMED****
Chips Challenge [Extra levels???] (Zero 1991/02) ****UNCONFIRMED****
Lords of Chaos [exclusive level] (Zero 1991/08) ****UNCONFIRMED****

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Ammotrak (Zero 1991/12) was a complete game but for the Atari ST only.
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Old 03 February 2005, 18:40   #12
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Quote:
Originally Posted by Galaxy
Can anyone confirm these?

HATE (Amiga/ST) (Computer Express no. 138, 27 Jun 1991) ****UNCONFIRMED****
Confirmed by the disk scan in the HOL entry


There's also a fairly handy list of coverdisks for commercial/PD games here.

@Everyone
Can anyone provide some info. about the Amigo! coverdisk version (issue 06/93) of Rackney's Island? Better still, can anyone upload it to the Zone please? What's curious is that the coverdisk was supposedly released in mid-1993, but the Megatronix commercial version is 1994 and reviewed in early 1995 in the UK mags. Just wondering if the coverdisk version is the same as the commercial release or not. If not, the HOL entry has to be amended.
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Old 03 February 2005, 20:01   #13
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Confirmed by the disk scan in the HOL entry
Yep! That's my disk sitting upstairs. CONFIRMED GODDAMN!
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The disk scan of HATE brings up another question for me. The label indicates that the game is a dual format Amiga/ST disk, but it also happens to be a CAPS release. I didn't think that CAPS had reached the point yet where they were able to release working IPF's of games with ST tracks, so does this mean that the CAPS release was generated from a dump of this game that was not in the dual Amiga/ST format?
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Thx guys - I have not yet had time to crosscheck all of the unconfirmed entries with HOL. HATE updated to the correct magazine title (New Computer Express).
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Old 05 February 2005, 10:16   #16
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Rampage magazine

Does anyone have details about this mini-magazine?

What was included on the disk for the first two issues? (I know Star Wars was on one of them prob. no. 2) Were there more than 5 issues?

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Empire Stikes Back (Rampage no. 3, 1990/09)
Return of the Jedi (Rampage, no. 4, 1990/10)
Licence to Kill (Rampage no. 5, 1990/11)
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I don't knoe if this counts for what you are looking for, but apparently there were "a whole new set of levels" of Lemmings on the coverdisk of Amiga Format Issue 30 January 1992. This is according to an advert in Amiga Power Issue 8 page 58.
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Thanks Peanutuk - added to the list. Just checked the disk. It includes a 4 level demo for Oh No! More Lemmings under the title Xmas Lemmings. The levels do not appear in the released game.
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Amiga Dream (France)

Anyone have more info about this magazine?

Vroom Multiplayer was released on the cover (see: http://hol.abime.net/1600/diskscan)

Disk says no. 22 on it - does anyone know if this is issue no. or coverdisk no. (may be the same). Also does anyone know the date for this (month/year).

Info on any other full version games published on Amiga Dream are also most appreciated.
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Amiga Concept (France)

Similar to my request above about Amiga Dream.

Storm Master (Silmarils) appears to have been released in full on Amiga Concept. (see: http://hol.abime.net/2127/diskscan) The disk is labelled no. 6. Does anyone know if this is issue no. or coverdisk no. and when it was published. Also can someone confirm that it is indeed the full version.

Again I'm interested in any information re. this magazine.
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