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Old 09 December 2006, 23:47   #1
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Secret Elf Squad

After trying the demo of this game on planetemu, anyone know if a full version exists?
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Old 08 July 2013, 15:11   #2
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Maybe it is too late to post :-) but I have the demo too.
The amazing thing with this game is that I count 2500 colors...
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I think background is in HAM mode - you can see artifacts.
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I think background is in HAM mode - you can see artifacts.
Yes!! it is amazing, but the gameplay is eeehhhmm
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Do you know any Amiga game with HAM mode without eeehhhmm gameplay?
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Do you know any Amiga game with HAM mode without eeehhhmm gameplay?

haha, you are correct
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Do you know any Amiga game with HAM mode without eeehhhmm gameplay?
There aren't many at all, but I can name one!

Knights of the Crystallion......ingeniously coded by the late Bill Williams, who also created Necromancer (8-bit Atari), Sinbad & the Throne of the Falcon and quite a few other Cinemaware classics and Mind Walker (coded in 1985/86, but amazingly works on all Amiga configurations AFAIK including 060) among others.

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Looking for the full version of this too.

There are so many Shareware games I want full versions of. Maybe I should create a new thread listing all of them...
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Looking for the full version of this too.

There are so many Shareware games I want full versions of. Maybe I should create a new thread listing all of them...
Yes you should my friend

...chances are that others will also be searching these full versions at some stage.
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