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    Games that never got released (thankfully)

    I was having a quiet think about the best Amiga games and the worst Amiga games and then I thought about what would have been the worst games to come out on the Amiga (i.e. games that we would dread seeing on the shelves... for whatever reason)

    So I thought about letting everybody come up with their ideal worst Amiga game ever. (please remember these are Amiga games, so try and keep in with the '90s culture.)

    So here we go, with this one as a starter:-

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    POG Simulation Game

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    Teletubbies Strip Poker

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    Now that is just not an image I want in my mind! Thanks DC.

    Although the Teletubbies don't really count because they didn't appear until 1997.

    How about "Virtual Train Spotter". Imagine the fun you could of had with the virtual number jotter! And think of the other possibilities. Being able to save your engine number list and compare it with those of your friends!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Harrison View Post
    How about "Virtual Train Spotter". Imagine the fun you could of had with the virtual number jotter! And think of the other possibilities. Being able to save your engine number list and compare it with those of your friends!
    Err, it happened.

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    Damn that really puts a dampener of Sensible's cred
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    Quote Originally Posted by Harrison View Post
    Now that is just not an image I want in my mind! Thanks DC.

    Although the Teletubbies don't really count because they didn't appear until 1997.

    How about "Virtual Train Spotter". Imagine the fun you could of had with the virtual number jotter! And think of the other possibilities. Being able to save your engine number list and compare it with those of your friends!

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    I don't know what is scarier... The game idea??? Od the fact that Harrison knows when the Teletubbies first appeared.

    Not that I can boast... I told a friend of mine in the states about them... and a few months later they started appearing on American TV... He he! Sweet revenge for them giving us Friends!!!!
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    Oh my god! I never would have imagined it had actually been made so didn't bother checking if such a game already existed. That is very sad. I wonder how well it sold?

    BTW, I only know when the teletubbies first appeared cause I was sure it was later than the Amiga so googled it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Harrison View Post
    Oh my god! I never would have imagined it had actually been made so didn't bother checking if such a game already existed. That is very sad. I wonder how well it sold?
    About 45,000 copies.

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    That is a worrying figure! I doubt a large proportion of train spotters are also computer enthusiasts, or owned Amigas. How many of these guys are out there?

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