Friday, 12 September 2014

Flight of the Amazon Queen

Uses: Fakemouse by ??, Joy2Key2 by Lorence Lombardo.
Cover: Steve
ISO Master: Earok

A classic Lucasarts-styled adventure.

Unfortunately you can't save your game and there are no saves included - if you're willing to donate saves made throughout the game, we'll be happy to take them and re-release the project.

We've also thrown in the extended talkie intro from the DOS version (only the part that's missing from the Amiga version, after it's played through it will continue playing the original non-talkie intro).

There's also a couple of CD32 specific controls - play will open the options screen, reverse will skip a cutscene and forward will skip dialogue.

Edit: Forgot to mention that this was also intended for an official release on CD32 but ultimately cancelled. This is the second unreleased game we've done after Rally Championships.

CDXL Intro

DOWNLOAD (Virus checked 28th August 2015, now with 49 (!) save files that break up the game into bite sized chunks. It's not perfect due to the non-linear nature of the game but it's the best we can do in the circumstances. Also if you hold down RED after the intro movie, you'll get to play the rare "Interview" minigame that was included on CU Amiga coverdisk #99)


  1. Great! This morning I thought about "Formula One Grand Prix" of MicroProse. You should make it work without a keyboard though. Sorry for my english.

  2. No problem, your English is fine! I'm not doing a standalone release of F1GP but it's included in my big 160 game compilation at the end of the month.

    I can't add keyboard support to that (it would require hacking the assembly code) but I've at least made it so you can get past the copy protection screen and start a race without the keyboard.

  3. Great job! I don't really know how to thank you for the contribution to the rebirth of this console! Keep it up, your work is amazing for us historical lovers of the Amiga CD32