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In Eighty Days Around The World
OCS
In Eighty Days Around The World - Double Barrel Screenshot
Information 7 reviews 1 manual Cheatcode 3 weblinks
6 screenshots 2 boxscans 1 diskscan 1 miscshot Conversion Gamemap
Information
Year of the first release1987LicenseCommercial
Number of disks (or CD)2PublisherEuro Gold Starline (Softgold) - Rest of the World
Pandora (Players/Interceptor) - United Kingdom
Rainbow Arts (Softgold) - Rest of the World
Number max of players1Budget publisherTop Shots/TopShots (Softgold) - Europe
Simultaneous max players1DeveloperUnknown
LanguageEnglish
German
ArtistsCoder : Y. Poons
Graphician : Ersin Graphics
Graphician : Holger Flöttmann (Floettmann)
Graphician : Manfred Trenz
Graphician : Monika Krawinkel
Musician : Thomas Lopatic (Dr. Nobody/HQC)
Misc : Arnd Nolte
Misc : Holger Flöttmann (Floettmann)
Language in manualEnglish
German
HardwareOCS
Amiga original gameno
Have cheatcodeno
Have SPS releaseyes
WHD installnoWHD information
HD installnoHD notes
Genre
CategoryAction Adventure
SubcategoryAction Adventure - Uncategorised
Dimension2D
OriginBook / Literature
ScrolltypeSingle Screen - Flip Screen
ThemeAdventure
ThemeMythological - India
ThemeOutdoor Location - Jungle
ThemeTravel
ViewpointSideways
Conversion hardwareAtari ST/E
Commodore C64/128
Conversion notes

N.B. Despite being advertised in Rainbow Arts catalogues, PC (CGA/EGA), Amstrad CPC and Atari XE/XL versions were never released.

Classic compilationFunbox
Relationship
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Rarity: Rare RareRareRare
Notes:  

[1] Loosely based on Jules Verne's French novel "Le Tour du monde en quatre-vingts jours", which was published in 1872 and later released in English as "Around the World in Eighty Days".

[2] Published by Euro Gold Starline/Rainbow Arts (Softgold) in Germany in 1987 and released by Pandora in the UK in 1988.

[3] Game design by Holger Flöttmann and Arnd Nolte. Coding by Y. Poons. Graphics by Ersin Graphics, Holger Flöttmann and Monika Krawinkel; titlescreen by Manfred Trenz. Sound by Thomas Lopatic.

[4] Manfred Trenz was only involved in drawing the titlescreen, while Holger Flöttmann and Monika Krawinkel were responsible for all other graphics in the game. [Source: Manfred Trenz]


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