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December 25, 2018 by Brume
As a last gift for Christmas, we are very proud to offer you a new release by... The Replicants! Yes, the famous French team is back, that's not a fake!
So what is the name of the game? The Replicants present Safari Guns, a French game that was never properly cracked. Orion did a fantastic job and he also multi-trained the game. You now have unlimited lives, but also max points per pictures, level selection, etc.
Also please note the game is now working on Atari Falcon, too! Yes, it has been tested on the bird machine and it works like a charm!
As good news never comes alone, their first hack after 25 years is a cross-release: it's signed by our friends of Hemoroids, but also by... Atari Legend! We are very honored to see our name associated with the famous Replicants, indeed.
The great intro has been coded by Kelly X of HMD, while Dieu made the brilliant graphics. Also don't forget the new tune composed by Dma-Sc from sector One. We really hope you'll enjoy the result as we do each time we see this Xmas intro.
Enough spoken! Time to download the game and wish a good comeback to the Replicants! Also don't miss their next release, which is an even more unexpected game.
Download Safari Guns [The Replicants - Atari Legend - Hemoroids]
December 24, 2018 by Marcer
We whish you a merry Xmas with a nice package with Goodies for ya...We have following goodies in store :
- Willy The Kid - Damn rare title digged up by brume
- Jack Nicklaus Golf Data Disk 5 - found in the mass but not released
- Tank Game (Engine) - Found in a private collection and never released for the public before
- Bentley Bear General Store - Mono Version - Who even cared about this game? So who even tried to find it? well...Marcer did! I'm not sure who will enjoy it... collectors maybe :-)
- Blade Runner - Demo Version of a Game engine. (Pretty neat code here. I (Marcer) have the code if somebody wants it.. STOS(!). very promising stuff.)
Enjoy and download it here.
December 23, 2018 by Brume
Just one day before xmas eve, here is another release. This time we offer you a rare game named Midway Battles published by TDC Distributors. Game was officially ported from 8 bit machines, but wasn't spread very well. Until now.
The great intro was coded by Tronic of Elite with setup routines by Bod of Effect.
Please note you'll need TOS 1.0 or EmuTOS to run the game.
Enjoy and download it here.
December 22, 2018 by Brume
Wow! Just a few minutes before midnight, here is our new gift. This time, CB presents you Wizard's Crown by SSI. The game has been Falcon 030 + installation fixed. Also please note this is the English version.
Here are some words by CB:
"If you want to reinitialize the game don't use the option from main menu and instead unpack the zip file you will find in the data folder and replace all files inside Wizard.dat!"
Enjoy and download the game here.
December 21, 2018 by muguk
Back in the day, there were quite a few Awesome menus and one of our team has unearthed another one that didn't see the light of day. Awesome Menu 31 is now available!
The menu contains what looks to be a horse racing game, a clay pigeon type shooting game and some WIP game engine work by Ghost/Phalanx (we think?).
Download the disk here.
December 20, 2018 by muguk
Down the back of CB's sofa we found the last two Gold Edition titles: Leather Goddesses of Phobos and Planetfall.
We promise that this is the last of the text adventures from Infocom.
LGoP was Infocom's first "sex farce" and featured selectable "naughtiness" levels ranging from "tame" to "lewd" and Planetfall has you playing the starring role of a lowly Ensign Seventh Class on the S.P.S. Feinstein. Have fun with either release and, because they are the Gold Editions, there are built-in Invisiclues in case you get stuck!
You can download both games in this single file.
I wouldn't call dungeon master my favourite ST game, because I find the dungeon environment quickly tiring, but it is certainly in my top 10 for sentimental reasons if nothing else. It has entertained me enough to still be thinking about it 20 years on, and I believe that the best epitaph I can write is...
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Jack Tramiel bought Atari's home computer and home videogame business in 1984.
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