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* Fruit Machine gambling game.
 
* Fruit Machine gambling game.
 
* Version, released 16th July 1994, available on F1 Licenseware disk 38 or F1CD Volume 1<BR>(F1CD:DISKS/038.DMS or F1CD:F1_RUNNABLE/31-40)
 
* Version, released 16th July 1994, available on F1 Licenseware disk 38 or F1CD Volume 1<BR>(F1CD:DISKS/038.DMS or F1CD:F1_RUNNABLE/31-40)
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===[[games:AMRWolf|AMR Wolf]]===
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(by Alastair M. Robinson, in 1996)
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* Wolfenstein clone
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* Written in AMOS using the GameSupport extension and some assembler code
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* Requires 68020+ CPU and AGA Amiga to run
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* Cartographer (level editor) and AMOS sources are included in the archive
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* Available from [http://aminet.net/package/game/misc/AMRWolf Aminet]
 
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Latest revision as of 19:51, 23 April 2016


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1 Across 2 Down

(by Amiganuts United, in 1990)

  • 2 disks



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18th Hole

(by Stephen Garside, in 1993)

  • 2 disks



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4-Way Lynx

(by Andreas Andreou, distributed by Deja Vu)

  • V1.11 dated 12 November 1990



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4Lynx4

(by Amphru Destiny)

  • Requires 1.5MB RAM
  • V1.0 made in 1997



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6Tris

(by James Daniels in 1996) Home page


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AMOS Coin Drop

Fruit Machine



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A Tour Through Time

(by Mike Austin and Dr. P.J. Harvey, with music by
Steve Gane, distributed by F1 Licenseware)

  • Demo (version 1.12) available on Amiga Format CD 1
    (AFCD1:Licenseware/F1 Licenseware/Demos)
  • [Screen Image]



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ABH

Full version on Aminet
by T. Pears


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Aero-Die-Namik

(By Jesters Tear (aka Gary Peers & Allan McCullen) on
1st June 1994, distributed by F1 Licenseware)

  • 2D shoot'em up, with 5 levels. Control by mouse only.
  • Available on F1 Licenseware disks 29a & 29b, or F1 CD Vol. 1 (F1CD:DISKS/29a.DMS & F1CD:DISKS/29b.DMS,
    or F1CD:F1_RUNNABLE/21-30/)
  • More images: Title screen, Jesters Tear logo and Highscores



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All-Square

(by Steven Rennocks in 1991, music & SFX by Leon Poole, distributed by F1 Licenseware)

  • Puzzle game.
  • Available on F1 Licenseware disk 15, or F1CD Vol. 1
    (F1CD:DISKS/015.DMS or F1CD:F1_RUNNABLE/11-20)
  • Title screen image



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Ambassador Pro Fruit Machine

(by John Ingham (Transvamp), distributed by
F1 Licenseware)

  • Fruit Machine gambling game.
  • Version, released 16th July 1994, available on F1 Licenseware disk 38 or F1CD Volume 1
    (F1CD:DISKS/038.DMS or F1CD:F1_RUNNABLE/31-40)



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AMR Wolf

(by Alastair M. Robinson, in 1996)

  • Wolfenstein clone
  • Written in AMOS using the GameSupport extension and some assembler code
  • Requires 68020+ CPU and AGA Amiga to run
  • Cartographer (level editor) and AMOS sources are included in the archive
  • Available from Aminet



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Ant Wars



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Aquakon

(by Lee Bamber, distributed by F1 Licenseware)



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Ask Me Another

(by Gina Mears in 1994, distributed by F1 Licenseware)

  • Educational fun.
  • Demo available on Amiga Format CD 1
    (AFCD1:Licenseware/F1 Licenseware/Demos/Ask_Me)
  • Full version available on F1 Licenseware disk 22 or F1CD Volume 1
    (F1CD:DISKS/22.DMS or F1CD:F1_RUNNABLE/21-30)
  • Title Screen Image



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Ballunacy

(by Mark Seymour, music by Luke Miller, distributed by F1 Licenseware)

  • Demo available on Amiga Format CD 1
    (AFCD1:Licenseware/F1 Licenseware/Demos)
  • Demo Title Screen



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Base Jumpers

(ECS & CD32 versions)

by Rasputin
see the Base Jumpers review on Ninjaw's Amiga CD32 Page



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Battle Space

(by Andrzej Bugajny and Artur Furmanek, presented by AKSON)

  • Space Invaders style 2D shoot'em up.
  • Version dated 28/5/1995 (along with more images) available from here
  • Title Screen image



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Boris Ball

(by Ben Wyatt in 1996, distributed by F1 Licenseware)

  • Demo available on Amiga Format CD 1
    (AFCD1:Licenseware/F1 Licenseware/Demos)
  • Title Screen Image



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Bounce

(by Ben Wyatt in 1995


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Brainsphere

(By TestAware, 1995)



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Breed '96



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Chilly Chavez

(by Richard Moore, distributed by F1 Licenseware)

  • Written with help from: Brian Bell & Aaron Fothergill
  • 2D platform game, with 7 levels.
  • Available on F1 Licenseware disks 35a, 35b & 35c, or F1 CD Vol. 1
    (F1CD:DISKS/035a.DMS, F1CD:DISKS/035b.DMS and F1CD:DISKS/035c.DMS,
    or F1CD:F1_RUNNABLE/31-40)
  • More images: Title Screen, Level 2



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Cliff Hangar

(by ?, distributed by F1 Licenseware)

  • Educational fun.
  • Part of The Absolute Beginners Guide To AMOS V1.2
  • Available on F1 Licenseware disk 3, or CD Vol. 1
    (F1CD:DISKS/003.DMS or F1CD:F1_RUNNABLE/1-10)



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Code Name Nano

(by Malcolm Lavery, in 1995)



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Colonial Conquest I

Space strategy game, combining Conquest with Civilization


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Colonial Conquest II

(by Christian Mumenthaler, Music by Carl Wooltorton, distributed by F1 Licenseware)

  • Space strategy game, combining Conquest with Civilization
  • Full game (version 1.1) available on Amiga Format CD 1
    (AFCD1:PD Games)
  • Title Screen Image



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Crack It

(by ?, distributed by F1 Licenseware)

  • Simple code-breaking game.
  • Available on F1 Licenseware disk 4, or CD Vol. 1
    (F1CD:DISKS/004.DMS or F1CD:F1_RUNNABLE/1-10)



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Cricket Crazy

(by Paul Dowers in 1994, distributed by F1 Licenseware)

  • International Cricket game
  • Available on F1 Licenseware disk 2, or CD Vol. 1
    (F1CD:DISKS/002.DMS or F1CD:F1_RUNNABLE/1-10)
  • Coin Toss image



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Cyber Blast 2

(by Marek Naum, Radoslaw Latala, Stanly Stuzuk and Ireneusz Nowak)



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Damned

(by Testaware, 1992)



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DarkAngel

(by Archaos Software & 17 Bit Software)

  • A frantic programmer has revolted and plugged himself into the mainframe. He has taken
    over the cyborg security guards and it's up to you to get to him and take back control of the cyborgs.
  • Demo version available from the English Amiga Board archives.



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Deadline!

(by Shadow Software, Coding: Aaron Fothergill; GFX: Adam Fothergill)

  • Help Arnold Shortscribbler find his Amiga, AMOS software and disks.
    He needs them to write an article for the next AMOS newsletter.
  • Available on APD123 and from the English Amiga Board archives.



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Demineur

(by Sylvain Zangiacomi)

  • Minesweeper clone.
  • Demineur is available on Aminet.



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Derring-Do

Found on Amiga Power coverdisk 47_1


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Dithell In Space

(by Darren Ithell, 1994)

  • 3 disks packed with 25 levels for each difficulty level (Easy & Hard)
  • Available from the English Amiga Board archives.



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Dogfight

A 2-player horizontally scrolling World-War-1 dogfighting game



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Duel City

(by Sylvain Zangiacomi)



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Explosive CHAOS

(by Leto Kauler)

  • Puzzle game that plays similar to Bomberman/DynaBlaster.
  • Main levels tester: Rosie Gent
  • Music: Jouko Pynnonen ("Mato.med")
  • Some Ideas: David and Philip Price
  • Explosive CHAOS is available on Aminet.
  • Title screen image



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Extreme Violence

  • 2 players have to face each-other in a randomly generated arena/maze.