Shadow of the Beast - Demo

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Shadow of the Beast - Demo

Post by XtC » Mon Sep 16, 2002 9:02 pm

Does anyone still have a copy of the rolling demo of the first Shadow of the Beast game?

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Re: Shadow of the Beast - Demo

Post by alexh » Thu Sep 19, 2002 11:37 am

XtC wrote:Does anyone still have a copy of the rolling demo of the first Shadow of the Beast game?

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I do indeed, not sure if the game has copy protection as there is a disk duplicator on the disk.

I've also got the rolling demo's for Beast2 and Beast 3.

I'll test tonight, if it's possible to DMS the disk, were do you want it??

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Post by alexh » Thu Sep 19, 2002 11:38 am

Do you still need it?? I've just noticed how long ago the request was made.

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Post by BuZz » Thu Sep 19, 2002 11:47 am

alexh wrote:Do you still need it?? I've just noticed how long ago the request was made.

Alex
3 days ago isnt so long.. I need it also so if you can mail to me it would be great. thanks! :)

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Post by XtC » Mon Sep 23, 2002 9:19 am

alexh wrote:Do you still need it?? I've just noticed how long ago the request was made.
Sorry for the delay in replying.

Yes please. Could you send all 3 demos to xtc at amigaguide.org?

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Shadow of the Beast Demo - for the Masses!

Post by XtC » Tue Oct 22, 2002 2:24 pm

Ey up!

Thanks to the generous donation from Alex Holland, and the rapid coding skills of Psygore, you can now obtain a WHDLoad installer for the 1989 Shadow of the Beast rolling demo from...

http://www.whdload.de

If you don't own a copy of this demo, and it seems that most people don't from the lack of response in this thread, you can obtain a full installation from Psygore's website...

http://p.muhlheim.free.fr/Amiga/demos/demos.html


And for those crazy about this series of games, check out...

http://home.t-online.de/home/dex.ter/

...the site makes reference to a CD³² version titled Shadow of the Beast Trilogy. Does anyone actually own this?



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The Sequel

Post by XtC » Thu Oct 31, 2002 1:13 pm

Ey up!

The same guys who brought you the rolling demo for Shadow of the Beast now bring you the sequel.

You can download 'em from the same links given above.


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Post by alexh » Wed Sep 01, 2004 6:38 pm

I found some more Psygnosis demo disks which I've CAPS'd and I'll send them to Psygore and see if he'll create some WHDLoad slaves

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Post by XtC » Wed Sep 01, 2004 8:26 pm

Ey up!
alexh wrote:I found some more Psygnosis demo disks which I've CAPS'd and I'll send them to Psygore and see if he'll create some WHDLoad slaves
Was one of them Aquaventura by any chance?
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Post by alexh » Thu Sep 02, 2004 2:23 pm

Awesome - 1450
Barbarian 2 - 1451
Ork - 1452
Shadow of the Beast & Blood Money - 1453

(Numbers refer to CAPS image I created)

I went to the WoA in 1992 picked them all up at the Psygnonsis stand, was Aquaventura out then? If it was then I might have it somewhere in the multitude of disk boxes I have here.

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Post by XtC » Thu Sep 02, 2004 8:18 pm

alexh wrote:I went to the WoA in 1992 picked them all up at the Psygnonsis stand, was Aquaventura out then? If it was then I might have it somewhere in the multitude of disk boxes I have here.
The publish date was 1992, though IIRC, I think the game was finished a few years earlier. It's possible they might have been showcasing it at WoA in 1992...
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