Just to correct some information regarding Goldrunner II.
The graphics were actually by Alex Herbert (me) and John Dower. There were 2 additional "scenery disks" that could be purchased. Secnery Disk 1 had graphics by Martin Kenwright and Disk 2 had graphics by Pete Lyon.
The screenshots you have are the Pete Lyon graphics (probably the nicest thing about the game, LOL). The name of the graphic artist was read from the data disk and displayed on the title screen. The cracked versions somehow got the artists names jumbled up so that's why there may be some confusion.
Just one final bit of info - it was published in Europe by Microdeal and by MichTron in the US. (As was the case for many Microdeal/MichTron games.)
Nice site BTW!
Goldrunner wrote:There are currently 1428 games in the database!
Goldrunner wrote:Hi Marcer
I had noticed the large increase in doenloadable games from AL, you should be congratulated for all your hard work! Since you are mainly dealing with PD games and GBST is still working through commercial games they kind of complement each other at the moment. I have no doubt you will soon overtake this project because I'm collecting other game resources at the same time.
You are a credit to the Atari scene, keep up the good work
Goldrunner wrote:I am starting this thread to list games that we have been unable to track down in the hope some kindly sole may have them! No doubt this list will grow and grow as the project starts looking for more obscure titles. If you can help with any of these please let me know!
Still wanted by the project:
UMS II: Nations At War (need v1.2.1, only v1.1 is currently avialable, can possibly be found on the re-release of UMS II)
UMS II: Nations At War (any other data disks, again these could be on the re-release)
UMS II: Nations At War - Planet Editor (as with other platforms this would have been sold seprately)
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