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Old 14 January 2002, 14:36   #21
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Are you sure about the Bloodhouse-Remedy links? I think maybe it was only some of the team who went to Remedy from Bloodhouse.

Bloodhouse and Terramarque combined to become Housemarque ([Blood]house+[Terra]marque).

http://www.housemarque.com/

A lot of the Finnish demo group Future Crew seemed to have joined Remedy Entertainment.
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Old 14 January 2002, 15:09   #22
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Bloodhouse ? Remedy ?

You might be right about that.
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Old 14 January 2002, 22:36   #23
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WOW you've been busy,I love okey for real , I wonder how the amiga game is. Any King games?...
I used to program a lot in AMOS , I sent a load of stuff to aminet & AMOS PD library here in the UK (you can still find stuff I did if you search for my real name ...
There was a really cool demo group called syntex I think & They did stuff that I thought wasnt possible in AMOS.
The thing I found with AMOS that once I started a project it was very difficult to focus on it without out adding background music or scrolly sprites etc... just because you could.I mean I actually did a PowerPacker rip-off that looked like the real thing. (You can get some of these from my websh-...website as pick n mix 2 & 3),And I only every finished two games , I did a couple of demos that Im actually proud of on those disks...ahhhh
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Old 14 January 2002, 23:42   #24
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I advise you do try Umut Tarlalari. A cracked version exists on Aceroms but there seems to be a problem about that anyway maybe you can run it. I can't seem to run it but I'll post a screenshot of the title screen.It's a farm simulation and very good for an AMOS game. There was never a computer gaming industry here so all major projects are semi-amateur.

My intention was not to post only my local stuff, but anything that is rare, so here is another one. It doesn't exist on tosec. At least not with that name. I believe someone else does have it however. This game has surprisingly good graphics.

Name: Caverns of Pallé
Author: Kyle Hodgetts
Disks: It says this is a single disked/trained version.
Protection: None (PD?)
Language: English
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Old 14 January 2002, 23:48   #25
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Actuall Caverns of Palle seems to exist on a compilation disk. Looks like I failed to prevent the spreading of an [a] crap

Here is the title screen of Umut Tarlalarý. Can't seem to avoid thad graphic glitch sorry.
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Old 15 January 2002, 00:07   #26
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Next one is a hmm....well "demo". The Stag series! Stag is a slideshow style demo featuring clips from hardcore porn movies. Most of you already know that but tosec believes that there is only one stag disk around. Wrong! There are seven different Stag disks. Stag 1-2-3-4-5-6 and Stag Extra.

In tosec, the Stag is listed twice in two different databases!:

Bnk (19xx)(Stag).adf Commodore Amiga - Demos (#-L) (v0.88)
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Stag (19xx)(BnK).adf Commodore Amiga - Games (S) (v0.19)

I decide not to upload them unless anyone requests them and sorry but I can't post a screenshot either. The game is just too hard
 
Old 15 January 2002, 00:38   #27
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I'm sure this one was never on tosec before however, this is a perfect example of an ugly AMOS game.

Name: Grubgrabber 2
Author: Chris Hurst
Protection: None. It says "Released by Testament"
Disks: 1
Language: English
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Old 15 January 2002, 01:11   #28
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I've uploaded it this on the zone a while ago. But it deserves to be in this thread with a screenshot. It's a hacked Street Fighter 2. Precisely a different game that uses the same graphics and sound ripped from street fighter 2 in which bison and sagat have unlimited power and fight to each other without time limit on a new level.

Name: Street Fighter in Istanbul
Disks: 1
Language: English
Company: Bronx
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Old 15 January 2002, 22:20   #29
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Name: Caverns of Pallé
Author: Kyle Hodgetts
Disks: It says this is a single disked/trained version.
Protection: None (PD?)
Language: English

What an unsual game. A hero, with a shield, that can't protect the hero from the darts/javelin thrown by little devils.

What's this shield good for then ?
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Old 16 January 2002, 08:53   #30
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Hmm, this game, "Caverns of Pallé" , looks a lot like the arcade game from Capcom "Black Tiger"


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Who else has games that are neither of Danish, English, French, German, Spanish, Italian or Turkish
There are one game made in Brazil , and it was distributed commercialy here, called "Barravento", but it seems like you can easily find it in Aminet. (That's so sad, the only brazilian Amiga game is treated like a PD software)
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Old 17 January 2002, 23:28   #31
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Hey, I missed all these games, which seem brilliant. Did anybody upload them somewhere, or are they already in TOSEC archives? I dont want them now anyway, since Im still not in BA and I cant download them, but as soon as I get back Id like to get my paws on some of these
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Old 18 January 2002, 00:00   #32
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No they aren't in tosec and were on the zone recently. Just pm me when you can download them
 
Old 23 January 2002, 16:01   #33
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Nice Turkish Adventure Game

Name: Asterix
Disks: 1
Company: Locus Software
Language: Turkish (Tr)
Year: 19??
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Old 23 January 2002, 16:03   #34
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Another Turkish Puzzle Game

Name: Zeka Kutusu
Disks: 1
Company: Vefa Software
Language: Turkish (Tr)
Year: 1992
Protection: Manual
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Old 23 January 2002, 16:15   #35
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I did not know about these!!! Thanks a lot friend
 
Old 23 January 2002, 16:22   #36
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I did not know about these!!! Thanks a lot friend
You are welcome my friend.
It was a pleasure for me
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I advise you do try Umut Tarlalari. A cracked version exists on Aceroms but there seems to be a problem about that anyway maybe you can run it. I can't seem to run it but I'll post a screenshot of the title screen.It's a farm simulation and very good for an AMOS game. There was never a computer gaming industry here so all major projects are semi-amateur.

My intention was not to post only my local stuff, but anything that is rare, so here is another one. It doesn't exist on tosec. At least not with that name. I believe someone else does have it however. This game has surprisingly good graphics.

Name: Caverns of Pallé
Author: Kyle Hodgetts
Disks: It says this is a single disked/trained version.
Protection: None (PD?)
Language: English
This game (Caverns of Pallé) is merely the arcade game Black Tiger ,which was converted to the Amiga, with the graphics ripped out and a few colours changed.

That's why the graphics are surprisingly good.

I love Black Tiger, used to play the arcade and finished it in my local computer store when I was 13. Here is a screen:


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Old 23 January 2002, 17:00   #38
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That explains the useless shield as well
 
Old 23 January 2002, 17:10   #39
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It looks more like someone programmed their own imitation than altering Black Tiger itself.

BTW, this game has a brother called Evil Dawn, which uses the same engine. I'll post it soon!
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That explains the useless shield as well
So there's no smite damage I take it
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