>This video is a real Commodore Amiga Science gem: displays a television program in which Carl Sagan, Stephen Hawking and Arthur C. Clarke discuss and exchange ideas about all the theory of everything, fractals, the Cold War and the origin of the universe.
>Star Control II is a science fiction video game, the second game in the Star Control franchise. It was developed by Toys for Bob (Fred Ford and Paul Reiche III) and originally published by Accolade in 1992 for DOS. It was later ported to the 3DO in 1994 with an enhanced multimedia presentation, allowed by the CD technology. The source code of the 3DO port was licensed under the GNU GPL in 2002, the game content under a Creative Commons license. The game was then remade, with the project being called “The Ur-Quan Masters”.
The Sacred Armour of Antiriad is an action game published by Palace Software in September 1986 for the Amstrad CPC, Commodore 64 and ZX Spectrum home computers. In the USA, the game was published by Epyx as Rad Warrior. The original game came with a 16-page comic book created by graphic artist Dan Malone.
In 2086, civilization destroys itself in a nuclear Armageddon, as two factions who both develop an anti-radiation battlesuit completely immune to conventional weapons go to war against each other when diplomatic peace talks break down. In the following millennia, the survivors develop into a hardy but peaceful race, living a quiet agricultural existence.
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The old great classic Artillery Duel for C64 and Atari , the dueling cannons on either side of a hill or mountain of varying height and shape, where each player has control of the incline and
force behind the shell launched, and the objective being to score a direct hit on the opposing target , has a remake on Amiga named Scorched Tanks by Dark Unicorn .
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