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22.Jan.2015 (Webseite)

Demos of games: "Jet Hunt" and "The Mummy"
During the last days two new demos of games have been released: "Jet Hunt" written by Rob Hewitt is a clone of the classic H.E.R.O.. In "The Mummy", which was written with the games editor Backbone, you have to collect treasures and avoid mummies.


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the mummy0.2.lha (426 KB) (cg) (Translation: dr)

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17.Jan.2015 (Webseite)

Announcement: Sqrxz 3 as collector's edition in a box
After Sqrxz and Sqrxz 2, Frank "phx" Wille has now ported the third part of the Jump'n Run series to the Amiga. Due to the experiences with his own game Solid Gold, Sqrxz' engine was completely rewritten: it now runs with 50 instead of 25 frames per second and in contrast to the Windows and Linux version now also offers level passwords.

Both predecessors are being converted to the new engine aswell, additionally a port of the fourth episode is in progress. The games will be released in a limited collector's edition with profesionally printed disks and a traditional game box. (cg) (Translation: dr)

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New Game Demo: Maxwell Mouse
Press release: Finally, Remainder Software are pleased to announce the release of the demo of Maxwell Mouse - a small game called Maxwell Mouse And The Missing Game Mystery. It's a flip-screen platform/adventure game with influences from Dizzy and old 8-bit platformers, and this is a demonstration of the game engine we've developed. A full game with new levels and a new storyline will begin development soon.

It features a 29-screen level, with a number of puzzles to solve and characters to converse with, as Maxwell the Mouse attempts to retrieve an Amiga game mysteriously taken from his home. The game should run on any Amiga with 1 MB of RAM. (snx)

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