OnetimeBalloon Nov 18, 2013 @ 8:18am
Include old Amiga disk images as a bonus?
I noticed that the Another World 20th anniversary edition includes the original Amiga ADF disk images as a bonus. Is this something you could do for Chaos Engine, possibly both the AGA (Amiga 1200) version and the OCS (Amiga 500) version?

I really like the networking features that the developers have added to the game, although I've only tested single player so far. The OS integration on Mac, menus and system full screen support, is also a nice feature, but I get the impression that the game is not yet fully patched and optimized.

Providing access to the originial Amiga disk files as a bonus would be a nice addition to the game.

Other users, please support this request by adding a +1 or similar in the forum thread...
Last edited by OnetimeBalloon; Nov 19, 2013 @ 1:34am
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ThunderPeel2001 Nov 18, 2013 @ 12:32pm 
I don't know if they're allowed to do this, but it certainly would be a nice bonus so: +1
Dean Demon Nov 18, 2013 @ 7:20pm 
Originally posted by ThunderPeel2001:
I don't know if they're allowed to do this, but it certainly would be a nice bonus so: +1
Amiga ROM's are still copyrighted unfortunately but i get where you're coming from, i'm ok as i still have an Amiga.
OnetimeBalloon Nov 19, 2013 @ 1:42am 
Thanks, I have now corrected the opening thread. I didn't mean the Amiga Kickstart ROM, but the Amiga disk images for the original Chaos Engine game. As The Bitmap Brothers have been involved in the restoration and republishing of the game it is very likely that this is possible. I don't think it would be unreasonable (although not something to be taken for granted) as we have now payed for the republished game, which stays very close to the original.

I just think it would be a great addition to the re-release and greatly appreciated for those of us who still have Amigas.
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OnetimeBalloon Dec 9, 2013 @ 7:32pm 
Please, developers, will you address this question. It is a serious request. It would mean a lot to many Amiga users, as the game is no longer available for sale on the Amiga. In my case, I bought the Amiga AGA version back in the mid-nineties as part of a game bundle that came with my Amiga 1200, but the disks were lost or stolen at a LAN party. I also bought a copy from ebay, but disk 2 turned out to have an error. And finally, I have bought the Steam version, which is great (though still a little bit buggy perhaps?), but it would be really nice to get the original Amiga game along with it.
Wana Jan 1 @ 11:26am 
This game is fun in coop mode, unfortunately, every emulators are bound to 3-key maximum bug. playing solo is ok, but 3 keys is not enough for 2 players. That's why i had to buy this freaking port to PC.
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