AMOS:Games Created With AMOS part 3

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Samos Gamos

(by The Team)

  • Click on a block of 2 (or more) same-colour squares to make them disappear, the aim being to remove all blocks from the screen.



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Schnebitz Inc.

(by Crew AV)


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Scrotax

(by Ben Wyatt in 1995)


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Sensible Massacre: England Vs. Holland

(by James Hall, in 1994)


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Sensible Massacre 2: Bulldozer Butcher

(by James Hall, in 1995)


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Sha Na Na

(by TestAware, 1993)



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Shankara V3.2

(by Simone Zannotti, in 1997)

  • 3 disks



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Skate Tribe

(by J. Wood and G. Symons in 1991, distributed by 17-Bit Software)



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Snacky 1 & 2

(by Sylvain Zangiacomi)

  • Clone of the famous bike race on TRON (1984), but with worms!
  • Snacky 1 & 2 available on Aminet.



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Sorefist

(by Snakesoft in 1996, distributed by F1 Licenseware)


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Space Blob

(by Robin Edwards, distributed by PDSoft Licenseware)


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Space Power

(by Pyramid Entertainment, in 1993)


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Spacial Hyperdrive

(by TNGA in 1993)

  • 1MB chip RAM required.



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Spectra

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

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



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Speedtris

(by Polygon Software in 1994, ditributed by F1 Licenseware)


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Spellbound



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Spot It

(by Deano)

  • ST version by Tony Greenwood
  • Graphics by Colin Gff
  • Available on Aminet



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Stable Masters



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Starbase 13

Genre: point and click graphics adventure
Creator: Edmund Clay


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Star Boy

(by Fire Fly Productions, distributed by 17-Bit Software in 1994)

  • Both a full version and a demo version exist.



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Star Fighter



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Star Trek: A Call To Arms

(by Frank Mathieson, in 1998)

  • Nick Blundell helped with AMOS
  • Jools Henn grabbed Locutus using his VidiAmiga
  • Paul Disbrey helped with Star Trek knowledge, the intro screen and various imagine objects
  • Ian David Britton for his Star Trek animation on which was used for the base of the graphics
  • Trevor Morris for his Galaxy class imagine object
  • Pietro Ghizzoni for his updated AMOS.Library, which fixed the interlace problem
  • Available on Aminet



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Storyland 2

(by David Alexander, in 1991)


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Sub Attack

(by Perry Rosenboom)

  • v1.0 made in 1991.



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Sum Blaster

(by ?, distributed by F1 Licenseware)

  • Educational fun for kids.
  • Available on F1 Licenseware disk 4, or CD Vol. 1
    (F1CD:DISKS/004.DMS or F1CD:F1_RUNNABLE/1-10)



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Super Bubble Remix

(by Anonym Software)



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Super Drive

(By Sylvain Zangiacomi and Magnus Sjoberg among others)

  • Super Sprint and Micro Machines clone.
  • Super Drive is available on Aminet.

Remember to download both "Superdrive_exe.lha" and "Superdrive_dat.lha".


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Take A Look At Europe

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

  • Educational fun.
  • Demo available on Amiga Format CD 1
    (AFCD1:Licenseware/F1 Licenseware/Demos)
  • Full version available on F1 Licenseware disk 26, or F1 CD Vol. 1
    (F1CD:DISKS/26.DMS or F1CD:F1_RUNNABLE/21-30/)
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Teeny Weenys

(by Malcolm Lavery and Visible Horizon Graphics in 1995, distributed by F1 Licenseware)

  • AGA only.
  • Contains music from the public domain.
  • Demo available on Amiga Format CD 1
    (AFCD1:Licenseware/F1 Licenseware/Demos)
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Tettrix

(by Niall Sommerville, in 1991/1992)

  • Available on Amiga Computing April 1992 coverdisk



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The Obliteratives

(by Lee Bamber (Digital Ninja) in 1993)

  • Available on F1 Licenseware disk 12, or CD Vol. 1
    (F1CD:DISKS/012.DMS or F1CD:F1_RUNNABLE/11-20)
  • Title screen image



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The Irregular Word Quiz

(by P. Duarte)


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The Rainy Day Disk

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



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The Short Grey

(commercial game?) A French point & click adventure



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The Shining Way Of Kung Fu

(by Lindasoft in 1990)

  • 2 disks



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The Ultimate Quiz

(by Andy Gibson, with help from other people, distributed by F1 Licenseware)



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Through The Red Door

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

  • Educational software for kids.
  • Available on F1 Licenseware disk 13, or CD Vol. 1
    (F1CD:DISKS/013.DMS or F1CD:F1_RUNNABLE/11-20)
  • Title screen image



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Time Keepers

(commercial game, distributed by Vulcan)


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Tots Time

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

  • Educational software for tots.
  • Available on F1 Licenseware disk 14, or CD Vol. 1
    (F1CD:DISKS/014.DMS or F1CD:F1_RUNNABLE/11-20)
  • Title screen image



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Tracksuit Manager



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Twinz Pro



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Two Can Play

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

  • Educational fun for kids.
  • Version available on F1 Licenseware disk 39 or F1CD Volume 1
    (F1CD:DISKS/039.DMS or F1CD:F1_RUNNABLE/31-40)



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UFO Enemy Unclothed (1995)

On the coverdisk of 'Amiga Joker' (magazine, apr 1996)
On the 'Amiga Classix 2' CD
On 17 bit disk 3937
Info+screenshots can be found at http://www.frey-united.com/aagg/index.php?tytul=ufounc
You can download the game from Aminet


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Ullisprick

(by Gargoyle Software)

  • Version 1.0 from 1991



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Ultimate Tour Tennis

(by Agboola Enterprises)

  • Version 1.0, made in 1995, came on 2 disks



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Us 'n' Them

(by 2 Bit Productions, in 1996)

  • Requires Kickstart 2.0



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Valhalla

(commercial game, distributed by Vulcan)



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Vector Trap

(by Black Dragon, in 1994)


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Wizio

(by Stephen Eaborn (Mr E Software), in 1998)



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World Golf

(by Apex)


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Xenomorphs 2

(by Phil Price)


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Xmas Chortles - The game



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Yahtzee

(by Dave King, in 1993, distributed by F1 Licenseware)

  • Yahtzee game, with up to 4 players.
  • Available on F1 Licenseware disk 23, or F1CD Volume 1
    (F1CD:DISKS.21.DMS or F1CD:F1_RUNNABLE/21-30)