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Old 05 June 2002, 17:04   #1
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Question Hard disks......

Having had an Amiga for as long as I can remember, I've only recently got into Amiga emulation (yesterday, in fact). I found Fligh of the Amazon Queen, one of my favourite ever games, but unfortunately it is elevn disks long. Now, I've heard that you can set up hard disks, but I haven't been able to find a site that explains how... can anyone help?
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Me again...

It says I now need Workbench, and I don't think I have it......any suggestions?
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Originally posted by Backyard_Rob
It says I now need Workbench, and I don't think I have it......any suggestions?

Generally most games that you can install to the Hard disk on the Amiga are runnable from the Workbench (equiv to Windows for the Amiga). It should be possible to run Flight of amazon queen without WB installed but you will still need some of the WB elements prior to running the game (I think).

Its a great game though, cant remember how many times I played it over.

Oh and Workbench 3.0 was released freely on the old Amiga Format cover CD's, I am not sure if there is anywhere online it is available for download though.

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