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Ambermoon

Ambermoon

1993  RPG - Amiga - Single player  
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Ambermoon - Wikipedia Ambermoon is a 1993 video game by Thalion Software which was released in 1993 for the Amiga. It was the second part of the unfinished Amber Trilogy (Amberstar, released in 1992, being the first). At the time of the game's release, the scrolling 3D gr ...   more on Wikipedia
Lost Patrol

Lost Patrol

1990  RPG - Amiga - Single player  
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Lost Patrol - Wikipedia Lost Patrol (also known as The Lost Patrol) is a survival action role-playing game with strategy elements developed by the team Shadow Development and published by Ocean Software Ltd for Amiga computers in 1990 and the Atari ST in 1991; a DOS version ...   more on Wikipedia
Black Crypt

Black Crypt

1992  RPG - Amiga
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Black Crypt - Wikipedia Black Crypt is a role-playing video game. It was Raven Software's debut title, and was published for the Commodore Amiga by Electronic Arts in 1992. Its 3D realtime style is similar to FTL Games' popular Dungeon Master, where the player leads a party ...   more on Wikipedia
Demon's Winter

Demon's Winter

1988  RPG - Amiga
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Demon's Winter - Wikipedia Demon's Winter is a role-playing video game by Strategic Simulations, Inc., released in 1988. It is a sequel to SSI's 1987 Shard of Spring, set two hundred years after the events of the original, and featuring a game world 32 times the size of the pr ...   more on Wikipedia