More News from Amiga Friends Facebook Group. Robert Menes let us know today that two classic DOS titles have been ported over to AGA Amiga!
Aliens of Gold
Blake rockets you into the future where a sinister madman, using genetics to create an army of bizarre creatures, is waging war on Earth. Blake has more of everything! More action, more enemies, more levels, more firepower, more graphics, more animation, more pitfalls and more features. Like built-in auto-mapping, so you never have to worry about getting lost in the game.
It’s the 22nd century: Galactic travel is commonplace, peace is at hand, and the future looks bright – until Goldfire’s plan to unleash an army of military mutants shocks the galaxy. Dr. Goldfire, a brilliant bio-scientist whose morbid research led to incredible genetic improvements in humanoids and aliens, has gone power crazy.
Only the galaxy’s best agent, Blake Stone, has a chance to infiltrate Goldfire’s secret fortress on a remote planet, and end the evil before it’s too late. Up against absurd odds, and the most hideous genetic creatures and armed personnel ever amassed, it’s up to you to help Blake in his most dangerous mission ever, classified: Planet Strike!
Using the Wolfenstein 3D engine these two games will run happily on a 68030++ Amiga. Blake Stone will use the Music Unit for sound playback, so make sure it’s properly configured in AHI prefs, which is in the workbench prefs drawer. RTG is also supported, so the game will bring up a screen mode requester at startup. This means that the game should be running on MorphOS, AmigaOS 4 and even on a Vampire Upgraded Amiga in RTG mode.
Both of these ports for Amiga you can find on Aminet.