Fury: The Weath of Taljun Cathu / game / commercial

From: Michael Current (aa700@cleveland.Freenet.Edu)
Date: 12/05/91-01:48:01 PM Z

From: aa700@cleveland.Freenet.Edu (Michael Current)
Subject: Fury: The Weath of Taljun Cathu / game / commercial
Date: Thu Dec  5 13:48:01 1991

Reprinted from comp.sys.atari.8bit

written by
fseipel@magnus.acs.ohio-state.edu (Frank E Seipel)

 From Video Games and Computer Entertainment, December 1991, pp 22:


 "Old computers never die, they just develop faithful user groups. Aerion
Software is debuting its first commercial product, Fury: The Weath of Taljun
Cathu, which features 100 rooms scattered through five worlds: Tree, Stone,
Alien, Insect and Fire. The player's on-screen ego must defeat the "Keeper
of the Key" found in each world, then unlock the door to the room containing
the Guardian of Passage, in order to reach the next world. Objects encountered
include treasure chests, coins and food, as well as many hostile creatures.
 The game, scheduled for release for play on Atari ST, Amiga and IBM PC
computers early in 1992, is now ready for the XL and can be ordered directly
for $19.95."

 Aerion Software
 P.O. Box 1222 Riverdale Station
 New York, NY 10471-1222
 Does anyone have this program? I would like to order it and support this new
company if their software is any good. BTW I am in no way affiliated with
either Aerion Software or Computer Games and Video Entertainment. BTW many
of the authors in CG&VE appear to be from the old A.N.A.A.L.O.G.:
Bill Kunkel, Arnie Katz, and Clayton Walnum.
 Michael Current, Cleveland Free-Net 8-bit Atari SIGOp   -->>  go atari8  <<--
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