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Re: From the forum issue 123

Posted: Mon Nov 18, 2013 9:40 pm
by Macias
It Came from the Desert. It was at one point not only my fave Cinemaware game, but my favourite game, period.

I've always been interested in WW1 flight sims (two biographies of the Red Baron and a translation of "Der Rote Kampflieger" on my bookshelf), but Wings was merely an ok game for me. Quickly overshadowed in my mind by Knights of the Sky and then the brilliant Red Baron by Dynamix.

Re: From the forum issue 123

Posted: Wed Nov 20, 2013 1:33 am
by antsbull
The Three Stooges - loved the crazy humour and sound samples. Cinemaware were one of the 16-bit software companies who heavily supported the PC platform, unlike a lot of other developers - so their games were must buys for me.

Re: From the forum issue 123

Posted: Thu Nov 21, 2013 3:59 pm
by paranoid marvin
antsbull wrote:The Three Stooges - loved the crazy humour and sound samples. Cinemaware were one of the 16-bit software companies who heavily supported the PC platform, unlike a lot of other developers - so their games were must buys for me.

3 Stooges has one of the best intros on any game ever.

Re: From the forum issue 123

Posted: Tue Nov 26, 2013 3:46 pm
by RichL
Defender of the crown on the Amiga for me. Holding down k while it loaded to get a thousand knights made the game so much easier.

Re: From the forum issue 123

Posted: Fri Nov 29, 2013 9:11 pm
by Amigaheart
Hello everyone. For me it's Sinbad and the Throne of the Falcon. The interactive storyline (CW's trademark), the agony, actual physical terror (bloody Cyclops) that you could die at any second, the... hot stuff, beautiful music and so much more. An unusual Cinemaware title in that it's a one-man show, coming from the genius of the late Bill Williams...

For anyone unaware of this, there's a massive chance now to support Cinemaware's comeback, check out their Wings campaign.

Re: From the forum issue 123

Posted: Sat Nov 30, 2013 3:44 am
by amigacooke
For me it has to be Wings.

The triumph of another successful mission mixed with the despair of another hard fought career cut short by the unsporting 'Hun'. Sadly there are crosses all over France due to my ineptitude :D Naturally I backed the KickStarter for an updated version as soon as I found out about it.

My other favourite was 'King of Chicago'. I like to think of it as the blueprint for 'Grand Theft Auto' :wink:

Re: From the forum issue 123

Posted: Sat Nov 30, 2013 6:22 am
by merman
(You can stop posting now, the mag has been printed)