CD32X-men Mind Games - Unreleased 32X title makes an appearance on the Amiga

We are only one day into 2017 and already the news is making a highlight on the Amiga and Amiga CD32, as we are welcoming ' CD32X-men: Mind Games ' into the new year. This is a rather unusual first person shooter that was actually going to be released on the Sega 32x by Scavenger, who are well known for making great games on the Sega Mega Drive. Sadly this game never made it to the 32x as it was cancelled in 1996 and was never seen again, at least until now. Thanks once again to the hardwork of the Amiga community, CD32X-men: Mind Games has been released on the Amiga and Amiga CD32.

Released as an unofficial fan-game on the Amiga/CD32, CD32X-men: Mind Games has been converted over to the Gloom 3 engine by nittamituaki with totally edited techniques. According to the description, the dumped assets were reborn as a totally new FPS game by the Gloom 3 engine, but it was impossible to rip from the original 32x rom file as each resolution was different from Gloom's. Furthermore as for the gameplay, you will need to survive against multiple enemies and to find the exit before your 3 lives run out, can you or your friend make it out alive?

For further information such as system requirements and available files see the main site linked (here)

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