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A dungeon crawler game for Amiga & Amiga emulators. This game was originally released in 1996 

Blade was my 20th, last, and most ambitious game for Amiga; an expanded, isometric sequel to my roguelike game Hilt. The game took over a year to develop and was signed to be published by a troubled company named Alive Mediasoft. The game was released without my consent and I received nothing. Unable to take matters further in these moribund years of the Amiga, I released the game for free.

Supplied in ADF format for use with Amiga emulators, and in RP9 format for use with Cloanto's Amiga Forever and other RetroPlatform emulators. The game needs to be installed to a virtual Amiga hard drive, so the RP9 files contain a pre-installed version of Blade. The standalone intro sequence can be viewed separately from one of the discs.

Published 17 days ago
StatusReleased
Rating
(1)
AuthorMark Sheeky
GenreRole Playing
Tagsamiga, Roguelike

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Blade Intro.adf 880 kB
Blade - Disk1.adf 880 kB
Blade - Disk2.adf 880 kB
Blade - Disk3.adf 880 kB
Blade Intro (Mark Sheeky, 1997, Amiga).rp9 554 kB
Blade (Mark Sheeky, 1997, Amiga).rp9 1 MB

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If this game were to be played on real hardware, are there any requirements? (e.g. ECS/PAL-only, 1MB Chip, etc.)

Thanks for doing this! Looks really cool.

I can't remember, but if I recall, it will play on OCS Amigas with extra memory and will have some limited graphics (eg. the heroes will look the same). On AGA Amigas, the graphics are enhanced and the scrolling is faster. I think it requires a hard drive.

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Deutsche Amiga-Fans finden eine deutschsprachige Version auf www.amiga-arena.de. Übersetzt von Olaf von Amiga Arena.

German Amiga fans can find a German language version on www.amiga-arena.de. Translated by Olaf of Amiga Arena.

https://amiga-arena.jimdo.com/blade/

This is brilliant, thanks for releasing this Mark.

Thank you so much. The game brings up some painful memories for me, but I put a lot of work into it and there were some good things in it.