Commodore Amiga Sequel 'Enemy 2: Missing In Action' Released For Free

Commodore-Amiga-Enemy-2-ReleasedDespite the majority of Commodore Amiga owners having moved on to more modern offerings by 1997, several new titles continued to hit the home computer powerhouse even then such as Enemy: Tempest of Violence, Anachronia's fantastic run and gunner. Arriving over fifteen years later, this retro-developer has finally released the sequel to this shooter, one which can now be downloaded for free.

Enemy 2: Missing In Action is the highly anticipated follow up to what could be described as the perfect combination of Prince of Persia, Flashback and Impossible Mission. Taking control of our daring protagonist, you must make your way through countless hordes of armed aliens and somehow find your way back to earth - a story which directly continues on from where the original left off.

This free release may feature identical gameplay to that of its prequel, however, this is one Amiga title you don't want to miss. With gorgeous visuals on offer, fantastic action and an accompanying atmospheric soundtrack, Enemy 2 will have you wishing this title was released during the Amiga's heyday.

Enemy (Commodore Amiga) Gameplay

Note: This is the original game on show to provide a sample of the in-game action

An Amiga ADF disk file of the game can be downloaded for free from Anachronia's website, one which can either be enjoyed on the original hardware or in an Amiga emulator.

Link: Download Enemy 2: Missing In Action (Amiga) ADF

Source: Amiga Gamer

Last Updated ( 31 December 2013 )  


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