I believe that the 8-bit range did well in Poland because the Tramiels were Polish and they made a big deal of that. They even made a model specifically aimed at the Polish market.
Rampage was another game that looked awful on A8, always wondered IF more could have been done with it.Laird:IF you can find the video for comparisons, i'd love to see following games covered on 8 Bit formats, as be interesting to see how the A8 versions stack up:Elktra Glide, Thrust, Zybex, Joe Blade, Spy Vs Spy+Boulderdash games, Draconus, Rampage, Druid and IF we are talking U.S Only A8 releases:Pitstop 2, Master Of The Lamps and Infiltrator.Plus, think things like Star Wars would be good, 2 versions released on A8? Original by Parker Bros on Cart, then Zepplin released a ver. years later?
I moved this discussion into the Atari 8-bit thread as it was so A8 focused it makes more sense here
Nice to see this one again mate.Looked really promising, never saw anything more on it-Know why it was never finished? too demanding or people/person behind it just not have the time/resources etc?.
Quote from: "Rogue Trooper"Nice to see this one again mate.Looked really promising, never saw anything more on it-Know why it was never finished? too demanding or people/person behind it just not have the time/resources etc?.The company that were making this and a load of other conversions like Pac-Land and Ghost 'N' Goblins went bust.