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Submitted by 100percentindie 497d ago | article

Retro Classic Archipelagos Rises from the Deep

The original creators of the classic Amiga 3D explorer Archipelagos tells 100% Indie about the original development, and its recent touchscreen remake for Android and iOS devices.

"As we drove to the meeting Ian and I made up the game. There would be air boats riding around these weird everglade swamps and the orbs would be coming to get you. Or something. We had no idea really," says developer Paul Carruthers.

Read more over at 100percentindie.com. (Amiga, Android, Dev, iPad, iPhone, Mobile, Retro, Retro)

bosaovax  +   497d ago
I remember this back in the day
100percentindie  +   497d ago
Me too! It was a technical masterpiece on the Amiga - the Android version actually plays much better though!
DudeChill  +   496d ago
Really interesting article with some very interesting insights. A great game both then and now!

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