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New documentation pages for my ST games

Postby lkermel » Fri Oct 30, 2009 2:01 am

Hi,

I don't know if you remember but I released two of my old Atari ST games to the public back in 2004 (Bold & Wiliness 3)... the game's documentations used to be on my geocities but it is now gone...
I've just released a brand new personal website and moved the pages there, they are now available here:

Main ST games page : http://laurentkermel.com/stuff_vgames.htm
Bold Documentation : http://laurentkermel.com/bold_main.htm
Wiliness 3 Documentation : http://laurentkermel.com/wiliness_main.htm

I thought some of you may be interested you find out about my documentations' new home :)

-Laurent

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Re: New documentation pages for my ST games

Postby darklight » Fri Oct 30, 2009 5:41 am

Hi Laurent,

Some good looking atari games in there. Good work - I love reading about other people's homegrown atari work. There must be lots more of this stuff out there!

I really like your other projects too - really interesting reading about the artifical worlds & artificial life. Thanks! :D
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Re: New documentation pages for my ST games

Postby wongck » Fri Oct 30, 2009 1:53 pm

Looks great.
Why not complete them ?
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Re: New documentation pages for my ST games

Postby Shredder11 » Sat Oct 31, 2009 12:46 am

I saw this website mentioned on another Atari forum site and thought the games and ideas looked really good.

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Re: New documentation pages for my ST games

Postby lkermel » Mon Nov 02, 2009 6:47 pm

Some good looking atari games in there. Good work - I love reading about other people's homegrown atari work. There must be lots more of this stuff out there!
I really like your other projects too - really interesting reading about the artifical worlds & artificial life. Thanks! :D


Yeah, the Atari ST is forever linked to my childhood - and back in 2004 I decided to share some of the game I wrote back in the 1990s. Thanks for your awesome feedback, I really appreciate it :D

Looks great. Why not complete them ?


Maybe one day... I have so many other projects going on... I'll eventually release more of them though.

I saw this website mentioned on another Atari forum site and thought the games and ideas looked really good.


I have also posted this to Atari Age. I can't believe the games were actually released five years ago (already!) - time flies ! Without forgetting the fact that I originally programmed them 17 years ago...

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Re: New documentation pages for my ST games

Postby Xerus » Mon Nov 02, 2009 7:46 pm

Nice website and the artwork are excellent.
We feel the talent behind it !

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Re: New documentation pages for my ST games

Postby AtariCrypt » Fri Jul 07, 2017 8:57 am

I know this is a bump for an old topic but I feel these two games deserve it. Bold is best on either ST model, so long as you've a Blitter but works without albeit with a jerkier display... Of course, all STe's have a Blitter anyhow. Wiliness 3 is just incredible w/ first 6 levels playable - if I can get through them all!! I'm off work today to play it as I've already told Laurent :D
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Re: New documentation pages for my ST games

Postby AtariFan » Mon Jul 10, 2017 5:28 pm

Thanks for bumping :-). I missed the thread (and the releases) when it was started.

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Re: New documentation pages for my ST games

Postby AtariCrypt » Mon Jul 10, 2017 5:39 pm

:-) Bold is superb but it's Wiliness 3 that deserved the article on my site the most. Amazing game albeit unfinished...
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