One version is common, at least one other version is rare
 The English release was published by Manyk/Guildhall Leisure.
 According to the manual, FEARS CD32 can also be played on an A1200/4000 with CDROM drive. Additionally, the game contains a level designer and supports play via keyboard, mouse, joystick/joypad and null modem.
 FEARS is based on a 3D engine used in a 1994 demo produced by Bomb called "Motion: Origin 2" [Source: Amiga Demoscene Archive]. The demo was released at The Party 4 in Denmark and won 3rd place. A German review of the demo in Amiga Joker (Apr 95) can also be seen HERE [courtesy of Kultboy.com].
 FEARS (pre-release shareware demo) was released in Dec 1994 via Aminet (dir: game/demo/fears.lha). It was a lot more basic than the commercial version. Among other things, it only ran in a small window and the walls were green.
 FEARS Cheater allows users to play every level of the game plus more and is also available on Aminet (dir: game/patch/FearsCheater.lha). Interestingly, it also permits players use of bonus hidden files on the game CD, which include:
- Demos by a few of the game coders - i.e. "Real" (Complex), "A Maze In" (Digital) and "Casual" (Bomb).
- Music mods named "Jimmy Jay", "Jimmy Jay 2" and "Post Modern", which can all be saved to HD after playback.