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Turrican 2 AGA

Turrican 2 AGA is a free unofficial remake of Turrican II, created by converting the PC version with 256 color graphics but reprogrammed entirely from scratch for the Amiga. The ...

Year: 2022 Genre: Shooter

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Eye of the Beholder AGA

Eye of the Beholder is a dungeon crawler role-playing game based on the AD&D rules, developed by Westwood Associates and published by Strategic Simulations Inc at the end of 1990. ...

Year: 2006 Genre: Role Playing

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Stunt Car Racer TNT

Stunt Car Racer The New Tracks (or simply, TNT) is an Amiga reverse-engineered modification of Stunt Car Racer created by AmiGer and released in 2004. This unofficial update has ...

Year: 2004 Genre: Racing

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Eye of the Beholder II AGA

Eye Of The Beholder II: The Legend Of Darkmoon is the sequel to the popular dungeon crawler rpg created by Westwood Associates and published by Strategic Simulations Inc in 1991 for the Amiga and MS-DOS.

Year: 2006 Genre: Role Playing

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Elite Advanced

Elite Advanced is a reverse-engineered version of the famous space trading sim Elite by David Braben and Ian Bell. This new edition was created by AmiGer for the Amiga and released in 2005.

Year: 2005 Genre: Simulation

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Sinbad and the Throne of the Falcon

Sinbad and the Throne of the Falcon is an action-adventure published by Cinemaware initially in 1987 for the Amiga. The game was entirely created by Bill Williams, also known for the excellent Mind Walker, released one year before.

Year: 1987 Genre: Action

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Where Time Stood Still

Where Time Stood Still is an isometric arcade adventure game developed by Denton Designs and published by Ocean Software in 1987 *exclusively* for ZX Spectrum 128K, Atari ST, and MS-DOS.

Year: 1987 Genre: Action

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