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InkPanther: It was a blitz.
Omfg, I'm dead. I can't even. Too much laughter. xD

You, sir, just made my day!
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foxworks: Interesting. I enjoyed Captain Blood on the ST when abroad. Never heard of the other two titles. The hunt is on! :D
Be warned that Commander Blood is quite different from Captain Blood. While both are strange and very French, Commander Blood plays more like an open-world point-and-click game. It doesn't rely on the alien translator of the original either. I love 'em both, but pretty much all they have in common is the universe they are set in. And lots of weirdness. :)
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foxworks: Interesting. I enjoyed Captain Blood on the ST when abroad. Never heard of the other two titles. The hunt is on! :D
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IAmSinistar: Be warned that Commander Blood is quite different from Captain Blood. While both are strange and very French, Commander Blood plays more like an open-world point-and-click game. It doesn't rely on the alien translator of the original either. I love 'em both, but pretty much all they have in common is the universe they are set in. And lots of weirdness. :)
I do recall the weirdness ;-p Cheers!
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Niggles: Does this actually mean the rights of ownership to the IP lapsed, owner wasnt able to renew as someone else picked them up?...at least thats way i read it...
'IP' isn't as important a concept for a historical game. You can't have World War 2 East Front as a protected setting in the same way as... Middle Earth or The Sword Coast or whatever. In this case it is basically just the trademark 'Achtung Panzer', the copyright for code and assets, and any publishing deal for the sale of the game.

It's far and away most likely that it's the last one that has changed, with Paradox's right to sell the game as a publisher having lapsed. Until there's an agreement between Graviteam and GOG to bring back (most likely) Graviteam Tactics: Kharkov '43 or (less likely) Paradox and Graviteam to extend the licensing for AP: K43 the game cannot be sold here. It's unlikely there'd be any other publisher involved, there's simply no need any more- Mius Front is self published on Steam, APOS/ GTOS was self published on Gamersgate anyway.
Bah, had it on my wishlist...
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foxworks: Interesting. I enjoyed Captain Blood on the ST when abroad. Never heard of the other two titles. The hunt is on! :D
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IAmSinistar: Be warned that Commander Blood is quite different from Captain Blood. While both are strange and very French, Commander Blood plays more like an open-world point-and-click game. It doesn't rely on the alien translator of the original either. I love 'em both, but pretty much all they have in common is the universe they are set in. And lots of weirdness. :)
That was one weird game on the old C64....
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Niggles: That was one weird game on the old C64....
Pretty dang weird on the Amiga too. Graphics may not have translated well between systems in those days, but strangeness ported just fine. :)
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Niggles: That was one weird game on the old C64....
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IAmSinistar: Pretty dang weird on the Amiga too. Graphics may not have translated well between systems in those days, but strangeness ported just fine. :)
Ahh blame it on the froggies ;)
Will this ever get back on Gog? I missed the chance of buying it last time :/