MSX Solutions: Renegade III - The Final Chapter

by wolf_ on 26-07-2009, 10:57
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After a period of only a few weeks, only_69 strikes back with a fresh new map: Renegade III - The Final Chapter. This 1989 Arcade game, developed by Imagine, has monochrome graphics, but they are decent graphics nonetheless, and that's partly the fun of these maps: to see how games are designed!

Relevant link: MSX Solutions

Comments (11)

By Ivan

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26-07-2009, 21:24

I bought this game on tape in the late eighties. Good graphics (despite of being almost monochromatic) and it is not very difficult. Never finished it but arrived to the last stage (The Future zone).

By only_69

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26-07-2009, 21:44

few months?? oO

By wolf_

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26-07-2009, 22:06

ahwell, almost a month eh Tongue

By cidra

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26-07-2009, 22:39

Once again, another great work at MSX Solutions.

Congratulations.

By ro

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27-07-2009, 09:37

btw. Congrats with your newborn sun !Running Naked in a Field of Flowers

By viejo_archivero

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27-07-2009, 13:11

Nice map, again! Smile. From your last question at La Corona topic I though you was mapping it, but anyway... Tongue

By only_69

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27-07-2009, 15:40

tks ro! LOL!
I am John! Wink

By MäSäXi

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27-07-2009, 20:14

Surely would have bought this in the 80s if it only had existed!!!

No adverts about msx conversion in gaming magazines + was not sold in Finland = it didn´t exist! Sad

By cidra

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28-07-2009, 03:10

MäSäXi, you are joking, right?

By viejo_archivero

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28-07-2009, 05:18

only_69: yay!

By MäSäXi

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28-07-2009, 08:21

Cidra, I am *not* joking.

Renegade III was just one of many european games which was never sold in Finland. I didn´t know it´s MSX existence before 2000s... Sad and that was only because I found it from some internet downloading site...

Many late eighties spanish MSX games didn´t have any mentioning about their MSX conversion in advertisements in british gaming magazines which were sold in Finland. Like Computer + Videogames, The Games Machine, Your Sinclair, etc, etc... (I bought many british gaming magazines back then)