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Defender of the Crown: Digitally Remastered Edition

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[www].se [ftp].se [mirror].us (491.88 MB)
MD5: c2627f3dde2ebe4620d3023192c65a68
For Mac OS 8 - 8.1 - Mac OS 9
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A full-color remake of Cinemaware's initial hit.

External link
Download from Mega.Co.Nz

See also: The Three Stooges: Digitally Remastered Edition


System Requirements


SolarstrikeVG's picture
by SolarstrikeVG - 2019, November 25 - 2:28am

Allegedly, the last commercial 68k software was 15 Beaut Aussie Games Volume 4 that same year, at least according to MobyGames.

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by IIGS_User - 2019, November 24 - 7:46am

Does it run on 68k?

I don't think so. According to the year given, and the system requirements, it must be a game made for PowerPC.

m68k's picture
by m68k - 2019, November 23 - 9:52pm

Does it run on 68k?

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by SkyCapt - 2017, February 15 - 5:27am

Original version was all about pretty graphics, but not on Mac,
it was the Commodore Amiga. It was an Era when games for other hardware like PC/Mac would offer screenshots from Amiga on the back of their boxes, and they'd have to caption the pictures with lines such as "Amiga version is shown here"...

Anyway the core gaming engine is a mini "Risk" boardgame, and there is one Cheat (found in the Game Doctor) : "To get 1024 knights in your army and 1024 knights in your castle, hold the 'K' key while the game is loading." This cheat is likely for the Original version, and it also works in this 2002 Remake but you get 500 + 500 not 1024 + 1024 knights. Either way your forces are a lawnmower.

What other Cinemaware-Amiga-on-a-Mac games are there? If u find "It Came From The Desert" gimme it. It's got a massive map which you can rent a small plane and fly all over, and no one ever forgets the ICFTD Escape-from-the-Hospital mini game.