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Dragon's Lair: Escape from Singe's Castle (Amiga)

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Title Screen

Dragon's Lair: Escape from Singe's Castle

Developer: Visionary Design
Publisher: ReadySoft
Platform: Amiga
Released internationally: 1990

DevMessageIcon.png This game has a hidden developer message.

Once again, the sequel to Dragon's Lair is ported to the Amiga, spanning among tons of floppy disks.

Hidden Dev Message

As with the previous game, a dev message was hidden, once again asking pirates and crackers to wait before breaking the game early. Furthermore, the developer thanked the group for listening with the first game on the Amiga. The message is in the boot disk at 12E. It also has the name of the copy protection coder, Randy Linden.

Once again, a small note to pirates and crackers: I thank you very much for delaying the release of DL1, 
but must once again ask you to please wait with Escape.  We have tried to provide the Amiga community 
with the best possible game for your money (unlike many other companies), and hope that once again 
there will be enough sales into the future to support yet another game we are planning for the Amiga:  
TERMINATOR!  Please consider delaying your release of Escape.  As more and more quality companies leave 
the Amiga for the more profitable IBM, C64 and Nintendo markets, it is up to you, the users, to show 
which computer is truly Visionary.  Randy "Irwin" Linden

(Source: Uukrul)