1980's "Spy Hunter' is coming to the Amiga and it looks great!

If you remember the 1983 game of 'Spy Hunter'; An Arcade top down Action vehicle game that drew its inspiration from James Bond and was released on the Amstrad CPC, Atari 2600, Atari 8-bit, BBC Micro, ZX Spectrum, C64, Apple II, ColecoVision, IBM PC and NES. Then you might like this latest news story sent to us by Saberman. As we have just been told that the eab member known as flibble42, is working on an Arcade like version of Spy Hunter; a game which is in development for the Commodore Amiga using Earok's Scorpion Engine!

No sound in game yet

Here is what the wikipedia says the game : As a super agent you must drive for your life in a turbo-charged car that is equipped with the most current weapon technology. The street is full of hostile agents, that have nothing else in mind than to atomize you and your engineering marvel. Manoeuvre your car at highest speed and with all your abilities, but watch out for the "Road Lord", the "Switch Blade", the "Enforcer" and the other hostile agents that will try to hold you back on land and water. You have to destroy them before they eliminate you.

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