MicroProse returns.

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Paul K
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MicroProse returns.

Post by Paul K »

Time to go all nostalgic and misty eyed, gents.

https://www.gamepressure.com/newsroom/m ... ame/z910a7

I've still got a few of their boxed games up in the loft. Perhaps there will be updates. ;)
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Ah, so many happy hours spent in F19 Stealth Fighter on my Amiga! Golden days indeed :thumbsup:
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Gunship for me, on a Spectrum. Remember having to load the specific environment from the second tape.. it took ages to find the code it needed to start the game. Little pyramid shaped AH64’s 😁
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Nigel H-J
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Post by Nigel H-J »

I used to have all the Grand Prix Series by Geoff Crammond. :excited:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oS8xXrA_2Y4


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I remember playing many MicroProse games on my Apple iie back in the day.

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Grand Prix Manager 2 was my favourite. I spent hundreds of hours on that game.

Here's hoping for a modern remake!
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