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- Captain Atari
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I just see old magazines 80s (TILT), and according to them the games battle squadron went out on ST. Has your knowledge?
- Fuji Shaped Bastard
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is the closest thing to it.
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Apparently it was being converted by Colin Hughes (Chronicles of Omega fame) but work was stopped after first level or so because he didnt receive the money he was promised.
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Oops .. just added Colin Hughes to the Chronicles of Omega entry on Atari Legend's database
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- Captain Atari
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I was never much of a fan of battle squadron so never really missed the lack of an ST conversion.. My mate liked it, but then he owned an amiga at the time.. and battle squadron...
Now, a conversion of 'Jetstrike'... That I'd love to see (and play)
The Hairy Pies
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And "second closest thing" award probably goes to Galtan 6 Megademo main menu
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