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Here's our first Amiga release, created back in 1997. Enjoy.
Two games for the price of one, run the disk image from Workbench.
Ye Medieaval Pie was a fearsome weapon, get throwing!
Ricky writes: "Pie Quest is an edited version of a SEUCK game called Warrior. Back around 2000 or so, I found a really cool SEUCK game called Warrior on an old AMIGA WORLD Tool Chest Disk (I think that it was something like a cover disk). Anyway one day, I fooled around and decided to edit the game to make it silly. I went in and changed all the weapons into creme pies, added things like "for sale" signs outside the houses, and changed the dragon at the end of the game to look like goofy Three Stooges looking guys. I liked the edited game so much, that I based my Toony's Quest game for the 64 SEUCK on this edited game that I called Pie Quest. I wish I could find the AMIGA WORLD Tool Chest Disk that had the original game on it, Warrior, but I can't find it. Anyway I thought that you might like this for your site, I have no idea who made the original game, Warrior, and I can't find it anywhere online."
Avoid the Army of Evil as you hunt for the Rubies of Calhoonia!
Richard writes: "Lost Treasure is a game I made way back in 1995 was I was 10 years old. The goal of the game is to run around and scoop up the lost treasure while throwing coconuts at the bad guys, who are also throwing coconuts at you. Looking back at this game, it seems that I was heavily inspired by the built-in SEUCK game called "Blood 'n Bullets".
Click here to download the two games on one disk
We're pleased to present several new Amiga games for you to download and enjoy. Note that you will need to set the emulator to 1Mb of Chip Memory for most of these games.
Sluggs' first attempt at a SEUCK game with a Vietnam theme
Collect the flags and avoid the hazards in what was planned as the first of several courses
This is an Assassin's PD disk, press F2 at the menu to play STENCH
Click here to download all the games in one ZIP file
ADVICE ON PLAYING THE GAMES
To play these games on your PC or Macintosh you will need an emulator.
This is a program that acts like another computer (in our case, an Amiga). I recommend:
WINUAE for Windows users.
Most of the files to download from the Vault are standard ZIP files.
Extract them to get a file that the emulator can read.
This will be an ADF - an image of an Amiga disk image, or WHD - an Amiga hard disk image.
You may need to configure WinUAE to use the simplest settings - Kickstart 1.3, Amiga 500, 512Kb of memory.
SEUCK games are usually played with a joystick in port 1 for the first player and port 2 for the second. Press fire to play.
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