A huge number of Amiga games contain hidden messages, sometimes encrypted, and often left to abuse the cracking groups.A huge number of Amiga games contain hidden messages, sometimes encrypted, and often left to abuse the cracking groups. Pirates were seen as taking money away from the developers, despite most publishers never supplying sales figures!
An in-depth analysis of the differences between the 1988 and 1990 versions of Helter Skelter from Audiogenic.Audiogenic were notorious for re-releasing practically the same game multiple times on the Amiga (Impact, Graham Gooches cricket, World Class Rugby etc). Here's an in-depth analysis of the differences between the 1988 and 1990 versions of Helter Skelter.
In terms of gameplay mechanics, Paperboy must surely rank as one of the most ridiculous ever devised.In terms of gameplay mechanics, Paperboy must surely rank as one of the most ridiculous ever devised. If you think about what is actually happening in the game, almost everything in it is absolutely crazy.
New Zealand modem users in the 1990s enjoyed one unique perk to create a thriving BBS scene - free local calls!New Zealand Amiga users that were fortunate enough to own a modem in the 1990s enjoyed one perk that seemed to be pretty unique to us: Free unlimited-length local calls. This created a thriving BBS scene.
SDI featured a hidden Statue of Liberty picture along with a vandalised end credits screen. Who was the culprit?SDI featured a hidden Statue of Liberty picture along with a vandalised end credits screen. The mystery of who did this began, and in late 2014, the mystery was finally solved!
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