Graeme "McGeezer" Cowie converted Rygar for the Amiga in 2019, which was his second title after Bomb Jack Beer Edition. You can read more about the development of the game on the Rygar Amiga facebook page or following Graeme's Rygar YouTube playlist.
Here are the entire set of graphics extracted from the game for your pleasure.
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