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Old 28 December 2006, 19:47   #1
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Keith's Quest and Walpurgis

These two pd games are hard to find. can you help me?
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Old 28 December 2006, 19:58   #2
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Hello, I'm uploading both for you. Check the zone.
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Old 28 December 2006, 23:11   #3
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thanks, trying Walpurgis, I can't jump from rope to rope.
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Old 29 December 2006, 11:08   #4
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ok finished the first level, you must press the 0 key to make a successfull jump from rope to rope and afterwards you fly on pegasus, nice graphic.
The second level is an adventure part. But I can't read spanish. I have used a hammer on a lock and got some wisp. Can anyone help out with an walkthrough?
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Old 30 December 2006, 14:11   #5
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Btw, are there other non comercial amiga games so good like Keith's Quest or Walpurgis?
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yes, try Dark Angel and/or Captain Bonus in Another World (in the Zone)

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Old 30 December 2006, 17:52   #7
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thank you I try these games.
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Old 31 December 2006, 12:01   #8
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Dark Angel is a really good game, although Flashback has better playability. I have finished the demo. The game says there is a full version out there on three disks. Is this so? Should the demo or game not have a HOL Entry?
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Old 07 August 2007, 12:26   #9
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Hi I'm the author of Keith's Quest, and it's so good to know that someone's still playing it 12 years on! That makes it all worthwhile!

These day's I'm a musician (www.myspace.com/sonicspace) - but sometimes I miss programming!

Actually I still do the odd piece for fun, I have a platformer in the works (Super Neko World), and also a new point and click, 'Amnesia'...



Anyway, thanks so much for remembering my old game!
 
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Hi and welcome to EAB!

I have to say Amnesia looks very good indeed from that screenshot!


Did you work on any other Amiga games apart from Keith's Quest?
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Many unfinished ones. However my complete freeware game, Jet Set Willy 3 was released on the coverdisk of either Amiga Format or CU Amiga (can't remember which, and I can't seem to track it down either.) Sadly my old A4000/030 is collecting dust in a barn at my parents' house, I doubt it will even work anymore!

Oh and although I did the graphics in that shot of Amnesia, I've actually been talking to Caspar Newbolt who did the gfx for Keith's about doing a collab on it, 12 years on!
 
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Many unfinished ones. However my complete freeware game, Jet Set Willy 3 was released on the coverdisk of either Amiga Format or CU Amiga (can't remember which, and I can't seem to track it down either.) Sadly my old A4000/030 is collecting dust in a barn at my parents' house, I doubt it will even work anymore!
I've got a copy of JSW3... was good fun
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Hi Graham, I'm also from near Norwich, although I currently live in Tokyo, and soon moving to LA!

So would you be able to convert JSW3 to an adf and post it? I'd love to see it after all this time...

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Another one from Norwich , cool (Though you're quite a way from here now)

I've uploaded it to the Zone for you

If you don't know how to access the Zone click here: http://eab.abime.net/faq.php?faq=vb_...ezone_faq_item
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Wow you've made my day, Graham, thanks so much!
 
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Actually I still do the odd piece for fun, I have a platformer in the works (Super Neko World), and also a new point and click, 'Amnesia'...
Does Amnesia have some website I can bookmark and check in the future? (I'll definitely forget about it again, but I'd like to check it out later and I do go through old bookmarks every now and again. )
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Wow you've made my day, Graham, thanks so much!
No worries

Thanks go to the orginal uploader (Hungry Horace? I forget) which is how I nabbed it initially
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eLowar...

You can check out Blitzbasic.com - although there's nothing on there apart from screenshots. Too early for a website, but I'm developing it in Blitzmax, a C++ - like derivative of the original Amiga language Blitzbasic.
 
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You can check out Blitzbasic.com - although there's nothing on there apart from screenshots. Too early for a website, but I'm developing it in Blitzmax, a C++ - like derivative of the original Amiga language Blitzbasic.
Hmm, if you remember, maybe you could announce it here (EAB) in Retrogaming General Discussion when it's further along. I'd very much appreciate that as I'd probably actually notice it then too. (or at least someone might remind me of it)

@others: new games (with classic genres) are mentioned there all the time, so it's okay, right?
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Sorry to raise a thread from the death, but where can I find Walpurgis?

Other games mentioned in this thread are interesting, too.
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