AmigaOS 4 gamers can now play the Simon the Sorceror II, a popular point and click adventure game created by Adventure Soft Publishing. Amiga Kit are offering this special package which includes the original sealed game CD, along with an Amiga-specific Installer.
Gamers should note that this version of Simon the Sorceror II has not in fact been converted to the Amiga. Using a program called ScummVM they have successfully brought this adventure title to the platform. ScummVM is a program which allows you to run certain classic graphical point-and-click adventure games, provided you already have their data files. ScummVM just replaces the executables shipped with the game, allowing you to play them on systems for which they were never designed.
In Simon the Sorceror II, there are over 80 locations with about 100 characters to interact with, meeting many weird and crazy characters such as the swampling. It is played with an easy point & click interface and features hand-drawn locations and characters with more than 50,000 frames of animation. The Crypt Magazine reviewed Simon the Sorceror II a few years ago with Ian C Fyvie describing it “as an excellent Adventure game and certainly well worth the money”.
If you're looking for an adventure game to play on the new Amiga platform, then order a copy of Simon the Sorceror II from Amiga Kit.