Electroman - An early Alpha Electroman for the Commodore Amiga AGA gets a colourful level 3 demo!

For those of you interested in the latest news for the in development Commodore Amiga AGA game of 'Electroman': a game port that was originally released by Messrs, Janusz Pelc and Maciej Miąsik for the MS-DOS platform back in 1997. Well we've got a new update for you all! As Saberman has let us know, that tukinem has released another demo build which features a very colorful level 3. A new version of the game you can see being played in the video provided below. 

Introducing another demo to the early version of Electroman for the Commodore Amiga AGA, i.e. the foreign version of the Electrobody game, once created by Messrs. Janusz Pelc and Maciej Miąsik for the MS-DOS platform. The game update, as the creator announced just recently. now features a fully playable level 3, fixed control errors, a preview of the level map under M, fixed screen flashing, as well as coded handling of the game save... (F2 saves the last base position during the game, and F3 in the game menu reads the game save from the file).

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  2. Don¨t looks like AGA , faraway more like a old PD game. But not a bad game.

  3. from wikipedia:
    Electro Man, originally distributed in Poland under the title Electro Body, is an MS-DOS platform game developed by the Polish company X LanD Computer Games. It was originally released in Poland by xLand in 1992,[1] and later published by Epic MegaGames in the United States in 1993;

    Electro Body was successful in Poland. It is considered to be the first truly "professional" Polish computer game released on the PC platform[4] and has been described as a "cult" game.


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