Cinemaware: Summer 2012 Trailer

Hi everyone,

Remember Cinemaware?

If yes, then I’m sure you’ll remember legendary games such as It Came from the Desert, King of Chicago, Defender of the Crown and Wings. I’ve played most of their games and I consider myself a big fan of their products. Excellent graphics and intriguing gameplay are two of the things that characterize their games.

A screenshot from It Came from the Desert (screenshot taken from http://hobring.esero.net/gamesscreens_gl.htm)
A screenshot from It Came from the Desert (screenshot taken from http://hobring.esero.net/gamesscreens_gl.htm)

 

Defender of the Crown siege (screenshot taken from http://www.enotrocastillo.com/2012/03/historia-de-los-videojuegos-cap-vi-las.html)
Defender of the Crown siege (screenshot taken from http://www.enotrocastillo.com/2012/03/historia-de-los-videojuegos-cap-vi-las.html)

If no, then you’ll have a lot to look forward to.. πŸ˜‰

Anyway, the good news is that Cinemaware is back in business. I just visited their website and it looks neat. πŸ™‚ If you’re interested in checking it out, please head over there by following this link.

Yesterday they released a short film called Cinemaware Summer 2012 Trailer. Thought you’d like watching it, so I’ve embedded it below. Enjoy the show!

So, what do you think? πŸ™‚

Any other fans of classics such as Defender of the Crown and Wings out there? Would love to hear from you and perhaps you could write a bit about your history with these games? Thanks in advance. πŸ™‚

Thanks for reading! Have a nice day!

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10 comments

  1. I remember the Three Stooges game they released for Nintendo. That game was a bit tough, but a lot of fun to play. Unlike watching the current movie that they released of them. Never had a chance to play the other games.

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  2. Another attempt to build something new on giants shoulders, huh? πŸ™‚ Although I have more admiration to Deplhine, the Cinemaware with Wings was bold&beauty in 90s. No doubts.

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