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There is : Giana Sisters, Hard 'n' Heavy, Terry's Big Adventure, Super Stario Land, Stario's Christmas .
Anything else ?
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I wouldn't call Terry's Big Adventure a clone - can't jump on enemies and there are no blocks which are typical for a Mario game. Two Mario games are playable via emulation (Mario Land and Super Mario Bros.) on the Falcon.
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I thought Stario was superb! Excellent release :D

And it's the STe version of Giana Sisters for me...
But, I think you're right, that's it for ST. I cannot add to the list.
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penguin wrote:I wouldn't call Terry's Big Adventure a clone - can't jump on enemies and there are no blocks which are typical for a Mario game. Two Mario games are playable via emulation (Mario Land and Super Mario Bros.) on the Falcon.
I did not mean strict clone, mostly concept of running right until map end, with some platforms and enemies, holes, collecting some shiny things, and like. Strange thing is that bigger house like Rainbow Arts did not solve scrolling on ST, while it is very well done in releases of small ones.
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"Quik & Silva" is similar to Giana and mixed a bit with Turrican :)
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Stefan jL wrote:"Quik & Silva" is similar to Giana and mixed a bit with Turrican :)
Good point Stefan. They took inspiration from multiple sources :D Otherwise, well done game. So, you are still with us ? :mrgreen:
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AtariZoll wrote:. So, you are still with us ? :mrgreen:
I had to think a while tyo understand what you ment ... it must be about that i play Amiga games recently :wink:

There is a preview of an unfinished game called Cool J Charlie in the demo Dreamzone (by the Wild Boys)
thread about it here: http://www.atari-forum.com/viewtopic.php?t=24392
it was eventually only released for Amiga though :)
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Flimbo's quest?!
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Wonderboy in Monster Land?
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Fire and ice.
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