Umax website - link added

by snout on 20-07-2005, 00:54
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The Dutch MSX group Umax have opened a new website on which information on their classic RPGs Witches revenge, Lost World, the Pumpkin Adventure series and Realms of Adventure can be found. On the website, you can also download Pumpkin Adventure 1 for free and it looks like information on the upcoming Realms of Adventure (part 2) is to be announced in the near future. Umax RPGs are distributed by Sunrise.

Relevant link: Umax website

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By selios2000

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20-07-2005, 15:55

UMAX: Put all your games FREEWARE!! hahah
Reason: to have a .dsk copy of the ones we own (some disks died) and to play to the ones you suppose not to sell anymore...

By Algorythms

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20-07-2005, 22:10

GREAT! I love UMAX! Especially WR Smile

By [DK]

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20-07-2005, 23:54

Great! Witch's Revenge is together with King's Valley 2 my fav MSX game and one of the best videogames ever. The last time we played it was last summer, 4 of us in a real MSX during 10 hours and a half o_O. We reached the Tower in a go!

Umax is one of those mythic names I will never forget, I will add a link to my site. Keep up the good work guyz!

By selios2000

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21-07-2005, 08:24

ahem... I'm not from UMAX if anyone has expected it... I only suggested that they could make their games freeware...

By Novick

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25-07-2005, 09:54

This is great news! Just now, as started playing PA3 again! (Damn, Esirnus is big)
Still eagerly awaiting RoA Disk II... Please, don't keep us on hold this time.... (Pretty please?)

By Randam

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27-07-2005, 18:27

Great site! Hope to see an update to RoA. The game concept was/ is one of my favs!! Non-linear RPGs rule.

By Samor

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28-07-2005, 11:04

>ahem... I'm not from UMAX if anyone has expected it... I only suggested that they could make their games freeware...

It doesn't seem to be very common in the MSX community to do that.
Some of the games got released on the MCCM millenium cd's, but that was like a one-time only thing.