Looty V2 - Amiga game inspired by classic ZX Spectrum title of Booty

Way back in 1984 Firebird released the Pirate style Arcade Puzzle game 'Booty' for the Amstrad CPC, C64, Commodore Plus/4, and ZX Spectrum. In that game you played as a cabin boy that had to steal treasure from his pirate masters, which meant avoiding other pirates, parrots and booby trapped treasure. If you remembered this rather classic pirate themed game, will be pleased to know that as of today you can download the latest version of 'Looty'; An Amiga game as an inspiration to that classic game of Booty.

According to the developer mixelsoftware : Originally written in 1993, and mailed to the Assassins PD free disk collection the next year, this 2020 update to Looty for all Commodore Amiga's with a minimum of 1MB Chip RAM, fixes various bugs, adds cursor key controls, a way to turn off the music, has an additional level editor - and crucially, the numbers on keys and partition doors. For those of you enjoy the game and there's enough interest, the developer is not only hoping to improve the game even further, but mixelsoftware would also love to engage a proper artist to replace the graphics.

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