> I don`t know. Its fuzzy, but I saw VHS of the game at the time and it was
> pretty much done.
> The project terminated due to criminal activity of the programmer - and his
> equipment was confiscated.
Careful now, suspected criminal activity for which he was later cleared.
Quote:> There's still a game there somewhere, but I don't think it's likely to be
> anything special by the day's standards. We (my audio partner and I) thought
> it was pretty *to be honest. But we just wanted our money :)
Well Mike Clarke also thought it was pretty much *back then so I can't see
its being in limbo for some 9+ years having helped
> > I don't know how close the game got to being finished. I do think that
> > set the bar to a difficult height. (If the differences between the heroes
> > you could create were to have a practical impact on how the game unfolded,
> > the developers would effectively have had to create at least several
> > variants for each mission.)
> > Peter
> > > > Hi,
> > > > Anyone remember this non-released game?
> > > > I was involved in it's creation and would like to know more about it.
> > read
> > > > that the source is around and that there are plans to compile it for -
> > > > albeit rather late - release..
> > > > Anyone have any news?
> > > If we are talking about the game Superhero (Psygnosis) then I posted
> > time
> > > ago that the guy who had programmed it had contacted me and said he had
> > the
> > > finalised version of the source code. However, when I asked him about
> > > further he suddenly went silent. I think he was bluffing about it being
> > ready as
> > > from what I've heard elsewhere the reason it wasn't released is because
> > > frankly wasn't up to much and had been requiring loads of work if not a
> > complete
> > > rewrite.