Tag Archives: Richard Joseph

James Pond 3: Operation Starfish, Amiga

The third and final game in the James Pond trilogy was written by Chris Sorrell and published by Millennium Interactive in 1993.

James Pond 3: Operation Starfish was originally developed for the Megadrive/Genesis and was later converted to AGA-based Amigas (the A1200, A4000 and CD32), but was not available on Amigas below that specification.

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James Pond II: Codename Robocod, Amiga

James Pond II: Codename RoboCod is the 1991 sequel to James Pond: Underwater Agent and was again written by Chris Sorrell and published by Millennium Interactive. Unlike the first James Pond game this follow-up is much more structured and playable than its predecessor.

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James Pond: Underwater Agent, Amiga

Written by Chris Sorrell, with music by the late Richard Joseph, James Pond: Underwater Agent is the first in a trilogy of James Pond games and was first published on the Amiga by Millennium Interactive in 1990.

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Barbarian, Atari ST

Palace Software‘s notorious Barbarian is a ‘sword and sandal’ beat ’em up with a knockout gimmick: you can decapitate your opponent with a well-placed sword stroke!

Granted: you have to time it correctly, and get the distance between you and your opponent right, but when you pull it off the head bounces off in hilarious fashion, before being finally getting booted off the screen by a gremlin.

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Cannon Fodder, Archimedes

The Acorn Archimedes conversion of the classic Cannon Fodder is pretty much identical to the Amiga original, even down the music, which is not always the case with Cannon Fodder conversions.

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Defender of the Crown, Commodore 64

The Commodore 64 conversion of Defender of the Crown is a celebrated retro gaming classic. Apart from loading times, there’s little to fault about it.

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The Chaos Engine, Megadrive/Genesis

Developed by The Bitmap Brothers and published by Renegade Software in 1993, The Chaos Engine is a weird overhead shooter for up to two players.

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Cannon Fodder 2, Amiga

Cannon Fodder 2 is for players who want to overdose on Cannon Fodder and simply did not get enough of its predecessor.

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Sensible World of Soccer, Amiga

Arguably the best version of Sensible Soccer, on any system.

Has international and domestic teams, leagues, cups, friendlies, career mode, specials and more. The level of detail is quite remarkable.

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Cannon Fodder, Atari ST

Sensible Software‘s classic Cannon Fodder is still the same great overhead war game on the Atari ST as it was on the original platform – the Amiga. Although it has to be said that it’s not quite as good as the Amiga version…

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