The Chaos Engine

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The Chaos Engine

Post by AutoAdmin » September 27th, 2008, 11:09 pm

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Re: The Chaos Engine

Post by ThreeHeadedMonkey » September 28th, 2008, 5:14 am

Oh, man. One of my all-time favorite games finally made it to classicdosgames.com. Hard as hell, but addictive like crack (especially fun with two players, although the computer helper AI isn't too bad). I wasn't aware there was a shareware version.

Also, I think this was originally a Commodore Amiga game (which is how I played it first), which later got ported to the Genesis/SNES and DOS.

I heard stories a few years back this was going to get ported to the GBA, along with 'Speedball II' (which is another great classic). The press release is still on the Bitmap Brothers' site. Unfortunately, it never released (to my knowledge), although 'Speedball' did.
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Re: The Chaos Engine

Post by DOSGuy » September 28th, 2008, 5:51 am

Yup, I meant Amiga, and yet somehow I still wrote Sega Genesis. I think it was pretty late when I wrote that.
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