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Andrew Braybrook's next game is more of a labour of love than a job, as he is converting Paradroid to the Amiga.Andrew Braybrook's next game is more of a labour of love than a job, as he is converting Paradroid to the Amiga. In the first of a bi-monthly series, we follow the game's progress, as he begins an exclusive diary of a game.
Some ten months after Andrew Braybrook and the Graftgold team started work on Amiga Paradroid '90, the game is now finally nearing completion.Some ten months after Andrew Braybrook and the Graftgold team started work on Amiga Paradroid '90, the game is now finally nearing completion. All that remains is to tie up the loose ends along with a few other problems.
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