Miracle Boy in Dragon Land - In development Atari 520 ST game as an unofficial Wonder Boy sequel gets a demo!

From the latest Arcade like experience of Wonder Boy on the Amiga, to the more modern spiritual successor of Monster Boy and the Cursed Kingdom, this game series is certainly a fan favourite. Well here with another Wonder Boy story, as we have been informed that Samuel Blanchard has released the first public demo for his unofficial Wonder Boy sequel for the Atari 520 ST called 'Miracle Boy in Dragon Land'. A game that can be seen in these videos which have been provided by the creator and Saberman.


While we are not sure if this is going to be a turned into a fully fledged game, here's the latest from the Samuel Blanchard. "Hello everyone. I am very proud to release this demo version of level 1 of Miracle Boy in Dragon Land (aka MBiDL) to the public. MBiDL is a Japanese-style RPG game and a sequel to Wonder Boy. it's made with love in 68000 assembler. You can play the game with an Atari ST emulator like Steem SSE, Hatari or SainT. And finally It is compatible with all Atari ST families (ST, STFm, STE, TT, Falcon) with at least 1 MB of memory".

Links :1) Source - Thanks Earok for the heads up.

11 comments:

  1. can this be ported to Amiga?

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    1. Can this be ported to C64 ????!

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    2. Can this be ported to my pocket calculator?

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  2. Looking great! Hopefully it will be a full game one day. Nice to see some Atari ST love. And yes, anything made for ST can be ported to Amiga (but aren't you already spoiled with all those great games popping to Amiga every other day :)

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    1. No. No. No. I want every game for Atari, MSX, super Nintendo, nintendo, sega genesis, playstation 1 be ported to the Amiga.

      When we have another 20,000 new Amiga game libraries.

      I want another 40,000 new Amiga native games libraries.

      Then I want more and more and more and more....

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  3. Can this be ported to a Commodore 16??

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    1. Sure, if you add a new cpu, ram, graphics and sound chip attachement. The whole thing will look like it is on life support, but other than that it will be all good.

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  4. Excellent! The Atari ST community needs this more than ever!

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    1. AMIGA NEED AN ADVENTURE/RPG GAME as ever more!!

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