Namco's Arcade Hit 'Metro-Cross' Ported To Commodore Amiga

Metro-Cross-Amiga-PortWith Atari ST fans already submerged in the Commodore Amiga's shadow, news that another one of their once missing-on-Amiga titles has made the transition to enemy turf will not bode well. Namco's quirky run 'em up arcade classic, Metro-Cross, has just had its Atari ST port unofficially adapted to run on the Amiga.

This latest offering is yet another one from the on going efforts of the Wanted Team. As of recent this incredibly talented group of developers have brought several titles from the Atari ST over to the Commodore Amiga, such as International Karate and Solomon's Key.

As usual the efforts of the Wanted Team have been made available to download via their website. Like Solomon's Key, Metro-Cross has been provided as a DMS file (an Amiga software image file), which will require a bit of work to extract and run beforehand.

Metro-Cross (Unofficial Amiga Port) Gameplay

Link: Download Metro-Cross Amiga Port


Last Updated ( 12 September 2013 )  

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