The legendary Turrican series are back for Commodore AmigaCD32! The series started in 1989 on the Commodore 64 with a demo level of the full game which was released in 1990. Turrican became very popular due to its high technical achievements, demonstrating graphics which many did not believe to be possible on a C64. Featuring highly improved graphics and a stunning soundtrack by Chris Huelsbeck. It’s safe to say that this man is largely responsible for Turrican’s success. The AmigaCD32 release comes with a nice CDXL intro, derived from the Turrican 3D Trailer and Motion Reel, using Charles-Henri Avelange’s Heavy Metal remix of the Turrican 1 Title. The new released anthology offers full support for AmigaCD32 controllers.
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