This game also included a 'Manhunter Identification Card' with the literature.
I still carry the card in my wallet.
This game was Developed on Atari ST by Imagetic Design.
Indeed, many thanks! Never trust an Amiga version manuals i see ;)
Thank you for replying! I hadn't come across Stonish before, it looks very good. (Unfortunately the menu disk with ST Wars on it happens to be missing from there too, but that's life). Thanks again for the info.
Yes, Atarimania ST is a preservation website and Atari software history database. Our main priority is not to offer downloads in every possible form, only the versions which are as close as possible to the original retail versions without modifications.
You can easily find this and other cracked and packed ST versions around the web, just search for Stonish.net for example.
It's an awesome and dedicated project preserving the history of Atari ST compact disk scene.
A very nostalgic Star Wars ripoff. Unfortunately the ROM dump on here is STX format (emulator only) and my original disk no longer works :(
I have all these as RAW files if anyone needs them for this web site.
Yes please, could you upload it to our FTP?
One of the beST games there is. Incredible adventure into RPG land with so much atmosphere. LOVE IT!!
Purchased this in 1990 at a USA import shop. II remember liking it, built it was a little show and needed more time to engineer better throughput on the ST. And STE version would have been good,. Or at least a fast pre-shifted sprite version.
Interesting that this was one of or 5 games in the Taito catalog (online here) that was not released. I wonder why this was moved to Ocean. The 5 released Taito games for the ST are all very well done. It have been nice to see that same team work on this and the other unreleased projects.
Just to inform, I've got the original game (3 floppy disks) the last one doesn't load correctly characters on STe, it only work on ST