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Old 26 April 2013, 09:45   #1
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Exclamation Search some Games for the Amiga Future

I have here many licences to release fullversions on the Amiga Future Webpage and/or CoverCD. But many times we dont have the files.

I Search the files of follow games (DMS, ADF, WHDLoad, IPF...)

- Bridgge 4.0 (only this Version!) von Artwork
- 10 Basic Games von Courbois Software
- Alive (Lightage). Not released, but have anyone Files?
- Magic Forest 3 von Deja Vu
- DogFight 2 von Deja Vu (Its give games with the same name from other developer!)
- Guarians von Yes Bourdic
- Formula 1 Manager von Marzijn von Liebergen
- GP Touch von GP Software
- Amiga Challenge von Empire Games
- Award Winners von Empire Games
- Award Winners Gold Edition von Empire Games
- Award Winners Platinium Edition von Empire Games
- Combat Classic 1,2,3 von Empire Games
- Soccer Stars von Empire Games
- Soccer Stars 95 von Empire Games
- Space Legends von Empire Games
- Sports Masters von Empire Games


And we serach every time contact details of Rightholders, that we can release more fullversion.

thanks

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Old 26 April 2013, 14:41   #2
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Team Yankee 2 is Pacific Islands.

Twilight 2000 and Cyberspace are unreleased on the Amiga.
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Old 26 April 2013, 17:39   #3
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Team Yankee 2 is Pacific Islands.

Twilight 2000 and Cyberspace are unreleased on the Amiga.
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Old 29 May 2013, 21:10   #4
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an we search and search
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Old 30 May 2013, 05:04   #5
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Maybe if you didnt get so many amiga websites closed down your job would be easier..

Oh well, such is life.
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Old 21 June 2013, 23:51   #6
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Hi Andreas..
You have some compilations in your list. Finding ADFs for the games of the compilations is easy peasy.

Space Legends

Amiga Challenge
Award Winners

Award Winners Gold Edition

Award Winners: Platinum Edition

Combat Classics 1

Combat Classics 2

Combat Classics 3

Soccer Stars

Soccer Stars '96 ?, 95 doesn't exist,,
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If it's just about getting 'good' versions of the included games... I'm sure there's a way to get that sorted.
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Old 01 July 2013, 22:53   #9
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I Search the files of follow games (DMS, ADF, WHDLoad, IPF...)

- Bridge 4.0 (only this Version!) von Artwork
As far as I can tell, the original game released on 8-bit platforms by Artworx was converted to the Amiga (and Atari ST) by Anco and also known as Classic Bridge:

http://hol.abime.net/3123

Unfortunately, it's missing in action and consequently we haven't been able to take any screenshots for HOL.

HOL does have box scans of the game, though, and they may have been contributed by Toaks. He has the game listed in his collection on his website, so you probably should contact him for a disk image. Of course, the HOL team would also very much appreciate a copy to make screenshots if you or anyone else gets hold of the game.

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- 10 Basic Games von Courbois Software
I might have an original copy in a compilation somewhere, but I can't make any promises that I'll be able to find it.

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- Guardians von Yes Bourdic
Monsieur Bourdic made conversions of this game for both the Atari ST and Amiga according to his LinkedIn profile, but it seems Loriciel only released the Atari ST version (see HERE).

Contacting him via LinkedIn requires you to register, but at least you'll be able to ask him what happened to the Amiga conversion and whether he still has a disk image or source code for the game.

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- Formula 1 Manager von Marzijn von Liebergen
This is an obscure PD game released by Crystal Interactive, who were better known for their commercial releases (e.g. Bubble Heroes, Damage) in the years following the demise of C= and Escom.

I created a HOL entry for Formula 1 Manager, which contains some download links in the notes section:

http://hol.abime.net/6020


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- GP Touch von GP Software
IIRC this is an obscure utility for use of old skool touchscreen monitors on the Amiga. I managed to locate it amongst my archives, so find it (albeit untested) in the Zone.

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- Amiga Challenge von Empire Games
- Award Winners von Empire Games
- Award Winners Gold Edition von Empire Games
- Award Winners Platinium Edition von Empire Games
- Combat Classic 1,2,3 von Empire Games
- Soccer Stars von Empire Games
- Soccer Stars '96
- Space Legends von Empire Games
- Sports Masters von Empire Games
Which of these compilations do you still need? I may have one or two of them, but the individual games in these compilations should be quite easy to locate as others have already said.

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As far as I can tell, the original game released on 8-bit platforms by Artworx was converted to the Amiga (and Atari ST) by Anco and also known as Classic Bridge:

http://hol.abime.net/3123

Unfortunately, it's missing in action and consequently we haven't been able to take any screenshots for HOL.

HOL does have box scans of the game, though, and they may have been contributed by Toaks. He has the game listed in his collection on his website, so you probably should contact him for a disk image. Of course, the HOL team would also very much appreciate a copy to make screenshots if you or anyone else gets hold of the game.
thanks. I have write Tony a email.

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I might have an original copy in a compilation somewhere, but I can't make any promises that I'll be able to find it.
when you found it, please write me a email

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Messrs Bourdic made conversions of this game for both the Atari ST and Amiga according to his LinkedIn profile, but it seems Loriciel only released the Atari ST version (see HERE).

Contacting him via LinkedIn requires you to register, but at least you'll be able to ask him what happened to the Amiga conversion and whether he still has a disk image or source code for the game.
He dont have any Data

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This is an obscure PD game released by Crystal Interactive, who were probably better known for commercial releases like Bubble Heroes and Damage.

I created a HOL entry for Formula 1 Manager, which contains some download links in the notes section:

http://hol.abime.net/6020
thanks

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I think this is an obscure utility for use of old skool touch screen monitors on the Amiga. I managed to find it amongst my archives, so find it (albeit untested) in the Zone.
Downloaded. THANKS

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Which of these compilations do you still need? I may have one or two of them, but the individual games in these compilations should be quite easy to locate as others have already said.
allm but important. I need the Original Compilations Versions. Not the single games

THANKS for your help!
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- Guardians von Yves Bourdic
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Monsieur Bourdic made conversions of this game for both the Atari ST and Amiga according to his LinkedIn profile, but it seems Loriciel only released the Atari ST version (see HERE).

Contacting him via LinkedIn requires you to register, but at least you'll be able to ask him what happened to the Amiga conversion and whether he still has a disk image or source code for the game.
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He dont have any Data
That's a shame! The game must have been finished or fairly close to completion - there's even a review in Amiga Joker:

http://www.amigareviews.leveluphost....tm#guardiansaj (German)

http://goo.gl/RXv9d (English translation)

Unfortunately, I can't seem to find any contact info. for the game's graphics artist (Alain Lambin) either.
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Not really shame. that is normal. 75% from all developer, publisher, right holder dont have today any amiga data or dont have the time to search
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Old 02 July 2013, 21:41   #13
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Not really shame. that is normal. 75% from all developer, publisher, right holder dont have today any amiga data or dont have the time to search
I think you misunderstand me......it's a shame that the Amiga conversion was probably complete or near-complete, but that the game may be lost forever as the coders seem unlikely to still have a working copy or the original source code.
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- 10 Basic Games von Courbois Software
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I might have an original copy in a compilation somewhere, but I can't make any promises that I'll be able to find it.
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when you found it, please write me a email
What's wrong with the archive of 10 Basic Games on your website?!

http://goo.gl/C89Kh
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sorry, i need a holiday :/
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