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The Neverending Story   [1985]

The Neverending Story Released by :
ABC Crackings, Ace Crackings

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C64 Crack

Properties: Import

User rating:awaiting 5 votes (5 left)

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User Comment
Submitted by Wile Coyote on 14 April 2012
@The Dr.j

Limahl (real name Christopher Hamill) was the name of the lead singer. He fronted the band Kajagoogoo. He then went solo as Limahl after Kajagoogoo.

I got to see Limahl years ago during a Radio 1 event. He is quite a short person.

As great as Martin Galway is, The Neverending Story was one of the rare occasions I found the Amstrad CPC 464 version of a game to look and sound better than the Commodore C64. The graphics were more colourful, and the sound lended itself to the echoey nature of the Amstrad CPC. Sorcery was another Amstrad CPC 464 game that looked and sound better than the Commodore 64 version.
User Comment
Submitted by Dr.j on 14 April 2012
btw Fantastic music by Martin Galway - the god . original music made by a band group called "Limahl" .
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