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Enemy: Tempest Of Violence
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Information 1 review 3 manuals Cheatcode 3 weblinks
36 screenshots 2 boxscans 1 diskscan 1 miscshot Conversion Gamemap
Year of the first release1997LicenseCommercial
Number of disks (or CD)2PublisherAlive Mediasoft - Worldwide
Anachronia - Worldwide
Number max of players2Budget publisher
Simultaneous max players2DeveloperAnachronia
ArtistsCoder : André Wüthrich (Wuethrich)
Graphician : André Wüthrich (Wuethrich)
Graphician : Michael Tschögl (Tschoegl)
Musician : André Wüthrich (Wuethrich)
Musician : Michael Tschögl (Tschoegl)
Misc : Alan Hodgson
Misc : Jean François Titus
Misc : Michael Stutz
Misc : Thomas Schneider
Language in manualEnglish
Amiga original gameyes
Have cheatcodeyes
Have SPS releaseno
WHD installyesWHD information
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HD installyesHD notes

- HD installation option is contained in-game.

- Installation requires at least 2MB HD space.

- The game's boot disk is modified in the HD installation process and must be inserted for gameplay from HD.

CategoryAction Adventure
SubcategoryAction Adventure - Puzzle
ThemeScience Fiction - Aliens
Conversion hardware
Conversion notes
Classic compilation
Relationshipis a precursor to Enemy 2: Missing In Action
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Rarity: Rare RareRareRare

[1] Game concept, storyboard & coding by André Wüthrich. Graphics & alien creation by Michael Tschögl. Intro music by Michael Tschögl; in-game music & sound FX by André Wüthrich. Text correction, translation & layout support by Michael Stutz; technical/layout support by Thomas Schneider; additional translation by Jean François Titus; additional text correction by Alan Hodgson.

[2] Min. Requirements: KS 1.2, 1MB ram, joystick.
Recommended: KS 1.2 or better, 1MB ram or more (>1MB ram needed when more than one floppy drive or HD/CDROM drive is connected besides the internal floppy drive), HD or two floppy drives, joystick.

Addendum: Despite references to a CD version in the manual, the game was only ever released on floppy disk.

[3] Anachronia released the German version in Europe in 1997 and the English version shortly afterwards. The English release remained obscure, however, until Alive Mediasoft published/distributed it in the UK in 1999.

[4] ***ENEMY: TEMPEST OF VIOLENCE (full release)*** has been deemed freeware by coder André Wüthrich, and is available for download from the following sources:

- ENEMY: TOV (English/German, ADF disk/WHDLoad HD versions) [Source: Anachronia]
- ENEMY: TOV (English/German, ADF disk versions) [Source: Aminet]
- ENEMY: TOV (English/German, DMS disk/WHDLoad HD versions) [Source: Amiga Future]
- ENEMY: TOV (German, WHDLoad HD version) [Source: Aminet]

[5] ***ENEMY: TOV (EasyPlay-Version) [English/German, disk versions]*** was released in 2011 by developer/publisher Anachronia, and is freely available for download on their website HERE.

ENEMY: TOV (EasyPlay-Version) is an optimised version of the original game, featuring easier levels and gives players more time, ammunition, power and savegames. Additionally, some of the in-game text has been revised.

Last known releases: V1.04 (Aug-97) [German], V1.04 (Aug-97) [English]

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