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22.Sep.2022



Unofficial successor: "It Returned From The Desert" for Windows
Tim Rachor's "It returned from the desert" (YouTube video of the early prototype) is supposed to be an unofficial successor of the Amiga game It came from the desert and is supposed to be released for Windows, maybe also for Linux and possibly Android if there is enough demand.

The game is written in Unity and is not supposed to be a sequel or remake, but an independent game. The gameplay is to be modernized a bit, offering fewer dead ends, thus avoiding tough trial&error. And the combat mini-game is to be replaced by tactical, turn-based combat - while retaining the great atmosphere and exciting story of the original. As Tim writes to us, he spent endless hours sitting at a friend's house as a kid enjoying this game. Even then, however, the many dead ends frustrated him, so he wanted to make it better with his game: more beginner-friendly, respectively fairer.

The goal is to finish the game in the course of this year. And if someone should find a way to port the finished game to the Amiga, he would be happy to give his permission, provided that the quality is maintained. But he has neither the know-how nor the time to do it himself. (dr)

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