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To arms, my noble Saxon knights!

Defender of the Crown, a 1986 turn-based strategy classic, originally launched on the Commodore Amiga, is available in all it's pixelated glory on GOG.com, for $5.99!

We are happy to announce a new partnership with Cinemaware that will bring plenty of mouth-watering classics in their best available incarnations. Starting with Defender of the Crown, more classic titles from Cinemaware will release on GOG.com with both PC and emulated Commodore Amiga versions. Yes, the graphically superior, awesome, beautiful and shiny Amiga versions!

Today's release is a wonderful gem straight from the 80s. Back in the day, Defender of the Crown set a new standard for graphical presentation and innovative, fresh gameplay. As the leader of an initially sparse pack of Saxon knights, building up your army and influence as you proceed, you'll have to stick it to the Normans in an effort to gain control of the war-torn medieval England. Your strategic prowess as well as your sword fighting skills will be severely tested. This turn-based strategy classic will have you saving damsels in distress with your blade, jousting with fearsome knights, and besieging Norman castles - all the while reveling in the Amiga quality sound and beautiful graphics.

Defeat those pesky Normans and unite England in Defender of the Crown, for $5.99 on GOG.com.
Post edited September 09, 2014 by JudasIscariot
YES! Thank you GOG!
Wasn't this kind of a big deal?

Edit: oh, it's one of those amiga games I keep hearing about. Good for you, GOG!
Post edited September 09, 2014 by P1na
Defender
Glad to hear about a new partnership for you GOG.
OH, HELL YEAH!
*U.N.B.E.L.I.E.V.A.B.L.E* Achievement for you GOG!!! Thank you very very much!!!!!
Awesome!
Oh wow, this game is like... old :D
I have to admit I haven't played this even though I had an Amiga 500.

So, who's the first to buy and tell me how the Amiga thing is done, technically? (Thinking about running in Linux)
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=P3ALwKeSEYs

YES! YES!
high rated
does this mean more Amiga titles in the future? Or is this a one time Cinemaware deal?
Broken record here (and an obscene one at that):

STOP FUCKING COMPLAINING ABOUT GOG NOT RELEASING ANY FUCKING CLASSIC GAMES!!!!!!!!

I'm not even a big fan of this title and I might try to snag it at a discount down the road, but THIS IS the very embodiment of a Good Old Game.
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GOG.com: We are happy to announce a new partnership with Cinemaware that will bring plenty of mouth-watering classics in their best available incarnations. Starting with Defender of the Crown, more classic titles from Cinemaware will release on GOG.com with both PC and emulated Commodore Amiga versions. Yes, the graphically superior, awesome, beautiful and shiny Amiga versions!
Wheee! YAY! :-D
Good. That is good.