Carrier Command 2

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  1. eastmen

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    Wow .... I did not know they still existed but i'm kinda excited about this game


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  2. Davros

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    Dont forget
    CARRIER COMMAND GAEA MISSION


    ps: steam page for Carrier Command 2 steam page
     
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    Carrier Command was so good on the Atari ST and Amiga, :yes:I played the heck of out that game. The semi-sequel Battle Command (with a tank) was nowhere near as appealing to me.
     
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  4. eastmen

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    yea depending on price i may just pick this up .

    I'm not sure where i first played the original. I'm thinking the intelivsion but maybe it was atari
     
  5. WhiningKhan

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    Intellivision? Wrong decade, it was made for ST and Amiga. Though I educated myself a bit on YT and it's amazing how well they managed to port the 3D stuff on Z80 machines. C64 version was just sprites.
     
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    hmmm maybe I played it at my uncles. I didn't have an amiga or st . But he had an amiga .
     
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