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The Amiga versions were a reward from GOD for being nice to animals and stuff. Long live the Amiga
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HOT !!! HOT !!! HOT !!!

My First and Favourite Games :)

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5 Likes #1
HOT !!! HOT !!! HOT !!!

My First and Favourite Games :)
[mod][COMMUNITY SUPPORT] 4 Likes #2
SWOS and Leisure Suit Larry - I can't even tell you how much of my youth was spent playing these games :)
1 Like #3
HutchAW
SWOS and Leisure Suit Larry - I can't even tell you how much of my youth was spent playing these games :)

Cannon Fodder, SWOS & Theme Park were my go to games.
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Pity it's the PC ports of swos and cannon fodder as they aren't as good. Great prices though :)
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Heat for cannon fodder, favourite game of my youth :)
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Cannon Fodder 'n' SWoS on my Amiga 600, those were the days... I wasn't allowed Leisure Suit Larry :D
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I remember the original lls on the PC asked you random questions to check your age that and police quest were great also loved cannon fodder and swos Sean dyche was fast as hell in the original
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moley
I remember the original lls on the PC asked you random questions to check your age that and police quest were great also loved cannon fodder and swos Sean dyche was fast as hell in the original

Was Ryan Goggs fast? :D
4 Likes #11
Still have, and occasionally play CF and pinball fantasies on my trusty old A500 that refuses to die.
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The Amiga versions were a reward from GOD for being nice to animals and stuff. Long live the Amiga
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oUkTuRkEyIII
HutchAW
SWOS and Leisure Suit Larry - I can't even tell you how much of my youth was spent playing these games :)

Cannon Fodder, SWOS & Theme Park were my go to games.


same. amazing times

swos and Mario 3 and Mario world and sf2 are just right up there as my all time favs
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Graham1979
The Amiga versions were a reward from GOD for being nice to animals and stuff. Long live the Amiga

Is that what they told you in the institution? Well if it worked then I'm all for it!
#15
great games, though poor compared to Amiga versions. I've still got an A1200 with CF card and tons of games inc these. heat for the price and excellent nostalgia
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booble
great games, though poor compared to Amiga versions. I've still got an A1200 with CF card and tons of games inc these. heat for the price and excellent nostalgia
Same. New old stock from India.
1 Like #17
OP Thank you so much for posting! I played cannon fodder as a kid once and could never remember the name!! Big heat from me
#18
Your text here
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Possibly a stupid question, but are these games to be bought that can be downloaded played in a desktop PC?
Must be my age, but I'm too used to mobile and console gaming nowadays :D
Both are classics and remind me of my misspent youth, just not sure what I'm buying...
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chrisbenwalker
Possibly a stupid question, but are these games to be bought that can be downloaded played in a desktop PC?
Must be my age, but I'm too used to mobile and console gaming nowadays :D
Both are classics and remind me of my misspent youth, just not sure what I'm buying...

Yes DRM free or you can use the GOG Galaxy client on PC
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oUkTuRkEyIII
chrisbenwalker
Possibly a stupid question, but are these games to be bought that can be downloaded played in a desktop PC?
Must be my age, but I'm too used to mobile and console gaming nowadays :D
Both are classics and remind me of my misspent youth, just not sure what I'm buying...
Yes DRM free or you can use the GOG Galaxy client on PC
Thanks Turks
#22
no joy pad support for sensi.. though there's always joy2key. sold!
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xenophon
Graham1979
The Amiga versions were a reward from GOD for being nice to animals and stuff. Long live the Amiga
Is that what they told you in the institution? Well if it worked then I'm all for it!

The AMIGA was awesome.
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oUkTuRkEyIII
HutchAW
SWOS and Leisure Suit Larry - I can't even tell you how much of my youth was spent playing these games :)
Cannon Fodder, SWOS & Theme Park were my go to games.
theme park was mint but don't forget cleaning up sick for hours
https://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/en/2/26/Theme_Hospital.front_cover.jpg
#25
massive heat on these games played em to death on my amiga, real game changers in the gaming world at the time <3
#26
Do these old games work .. I downloaded battlefront 2 off steam - old version doesn't even star
1 Like #27
Have very fond memories of these games on my Amiga 500.
#28
Great games, but I bought Sensible Soccer a while back and have had a nightmare trying to get it to work with a pad. Gave up in the end.
1 Like #29
My parents most hated games were :
SWOS
Cannon Fodder
Syndicate
Blake Stone
Theme Hospital
Secret of Monkey Island
Lemmings
... most played by me :)
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Sensible Soccer is still my favourite football game of all time.
#31
klopikxda
My parents most hated games were :
SWOS
Cannon Fodder
Syndicate
Blake Stone
Theme Hospital
Secret of Monkey Island
Lemmings
... most played by me :)

All those were **** amazing! haha.. although it was all about Flash Back. Best platformer ever made.
1 Like #32
Staying firmly as memories , but omg heat!
1 Like #33
Sensible World of Soccer... I genuinely blame that game for my GCSE results! If I hadn't spent so much time playing that I really do believe I could of improved each subject by a grade.
1 Like #34
never mind mate. ^^^^^^ at least we have the same bad taste in football teams lol
#35
dans1972
You Sir, is my god!
Used to love player manager back in the day.
Easy way to score is to do a lob/chip shot - just work out your range!


Edited By: bojangles on Jan 03, 2017 18:27
#36
Cannon Fodder and SWOS on PC was never as good as the Amiga versions.
#37
Significantly worse than their Amiga counterparts, particularly sonically, this was a time when there were many variations of PC Soundcards.

Sensible Software, the last bastion of European Commodore gaming successes, the slow death of the Amiga brand alongside the shift of gaming from 2D to 3D led to their demise, RIP Sensible Software, RIP Richard Joseph......

Jon Hare - Narcissus
2 Likes #38
Only two ways Sensible Soccer should be played.....

http://www.retrodomination.com/wp-content/uploads/2013/05/A1200.jpg

With this weapon of choice......

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1 Like #39
Sank hours into Sensi, Superfrog, Skweek, Turrican, Speedball, Xenon 2 & Lemmings on my Amiga 500 back in the day and I was 24 then.
Trusty Konix Navigator joystick, my wife armed with 'The Bug' and our early married years were bliss :)
As has already been said, the Amiga versions were head and shoulders above any others.
Used to swap games with Amiga contacts I found in New Computer Express.
Happy days.




Edited By: Bad Actor on Jan 03, 2017 19:15: .
#40
Used to play my brother at Sensi on the Amiga all the time, was the only platform to play it on, pure class

We had an A600
His weapon of choice was a Quickshot Python and mine was actually a Mega Drive Pad (only the B button worked when it was plugged into the Amiga but that was all you needed for Sensi)

How those pads and joysticks never broke after being thrown about so much, I'll never know :-D

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