The Amiga Mix3votes I like it
GoodoldJW says: Cinematic, jaw dropping graphics (for the time), the music/sound fx on the Amiga was slightly better (although this could be due to playing through the TV)
GoodoldJW says: Had this on the Amiga CD-32! One of my best games on that system.... and now I can play it in a window! Awesome.
GoodoldJW says: Addictive. Great game-play and intro. music. Better on the Amiga? Maybe!
GoodoldJW says: Sometimes frustrating but always entertaining puzzler. The farting wasp (?) in the intro of Gobliins2 gets me every time...
GoodoldJW says: Blue-bytes entry from the Mega-lo-Mania stable... great game and had solid improvements over the original.
GoodoldJW says: Nice graphics and atmosphere for an Amiga RPG... and the end game music on Ishar II was unreal.
GoodoldJW says: Great... long... game. Beneath a steel Sky left it for dust on its release, but this is solid fantasy adventure fare with some interesting twists with the Virtual Theatre game engine.
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