Jaguar XJ220 - Brilliant Amiga racer now available for the PC


We haven't featured a TheCompany.PL release for awhile now and that has just changed today with the latest Amiga game to get the PC treatment in the form of a brilliant racer titled 'Jaguar XJ220'. Originally developed by CORE and released in 1992,  Jaguar XJ220 features fast paced racing across 12 different countries, with multiple races in each set to a lovely colourful backdrop of landscape and weather immersion such as fog and rain.


Available to download from TheCompany.PL website!  ( Virus free / single exe )

13 comments:

  1. Anyone else notice that many of the Company games come up FAILING virus check. I changed from MSSE to AVG AntiVirus and came back this evening from a few hours away to find my PC reporting 20 odd incidences of "Trojan Horse Crypt3.FRK".

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  2. Nope, I use NOD 32 and not AVG which has been known to give out false readings.

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  3. Thanks. I tried running them in Sandboxie but no dice. I have let AVG quarantine them to stop the damn messages but will try a few re-downloads and see if they come up clean.. if not maybe a new AV!

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  4. Might be worth joining the forum and throwing them a message, or replying to one of the game files that AVG throws up a virus warning.

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  5. Am doing so... and tried Panda AV and it found the same 17 files with different reported virus (same one but called different on diff AV). All are trojans. I am beginning to think this might not be a false reading. Next visit is Avast....

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  6. Actually could you scan ALL your Company releases (I just assume you have them all!) with NOD32 as according to McAfee all the AVs find this one (Kryptik on NOD). I may just have picked something up... but strange it is only the Company files that have it on over 25TB of data!

    Other Common Detection Aliases

    Company NamesDetection NamesavastWin32:Kryptik-LBO [Trj]AVG (GriSoft)Generic_s.AJD (Trojan horse)aviraTR/Dldr.Zbot.EB.2BitDefenderTrojan.Generic.KDZ.5585Dr.WebBackDoor.Slym.1387FortiNetW32/Tepfer.EZAF!tr.pwsMicrosoftBackdoor:Win32/Kelihos.FSymantecW32.Waledac.D!gen3EsetWin32/Kryptik.ATRS trojan (variant)normanHlux.GRpandaTrj/OCJ.DSophosMal/FakeAV-OYTrend MicroTROJ_GEN.RCBH2ASvba32Trojan.FakeAV.01657

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  7. What fun I am having instead of doing my studies... Best AV according to independent tests and with least false positives is BitDefender... so... Yup, it found 12 Trojans it could not clean.... I am definitely gonna be asking them how they make their packages and why they cannot do so in such a way as to not either contain trojans or be flagged as such!

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  8. Contact them it's the best way, as I said I've never had any issues

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  9. Also thanks for the heads up and for checking! I'll make sure to direct your comments to the developer as well.

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  10. Your link to the thread about Trojans was helpful (always)- it seems it is the v2.5 releases that show the problem. Bitdefender only dislikes them, no 2.6 releases.. so I better go check for 2.6 updates or suggest the "dodgy" 2.5s are re-done

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  11. Cheers James, I've sent a word out to the creator hoping he turns up here :)

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  12. Anthrox/TheCompany.pl15 February 2015 at 14:27

    Hello,
    false positive alarm (virus) in v2.5
    exes is known to us. Problem is solved after update title to v2.6.
    Try to send
    any v2.5 to antyvirus lab.

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  13. Thank you for taking the time to update James on the issue. :)

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