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    Review : Another World 15th Anniversary Edition - PC

    That Amiga classic, Another World, makes a return for some serious, nostalgia laden PC gaming...
    Every step taken was filled with darkness, trepidation and uncertainty – a far cry from the game of the moment, Mario- the Italian plumber who lived in cutesy Mushroom Kingdom and spent his days throwing flower fireballs. Although not a roaring commercial success, Another World was greeted with much delight by its fans and has achieved cult status amongst them.
    Check out this Another World PC Review for more.
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    Used to play this game on the Atari ST... it infuriated me.

    I guess I didn't have the skillz back then.
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    Amazing game.. but needed walkthroughs to know what to do next Nice music at the end though

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    I loved this game, played it to death both on the Amigh and mighty 3DO.

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    Great game, just rather difficult.

    And not enough "save" points. With multiple attempts needed on multiple occasions in each segment, it could get annoying quickly.
    At least I managed to get past the waterfall...
    And complete the last section, having used a code to get there.

    And the codes are the same as 15 years ago!
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    Ah what a great game - remember playing this on my old atari st. It didnt seem to matter how many times i died - just kept trying over and over.

    I will def check out this anniversary edition

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