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Logical (Amiga)

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Title Screen

Logical

Also known as: LOG!CAL
Developer: Rainbow Arts
Publisher: Rainbow Arts
Platform: Amiga
Released in EU: 1991


DevMessageIcon.png This game has a hidden developer message.


So very stubbly.
This page is rather stubbly and could use some expansion.
Are you a bad enough dude to rescue this article?

Logically, the Amiga version of the puzzle game Logical.

Hidden Message

The game contains the following developer note:

Dieses Programm ist in GFA-Basic 3.51D Amiga geschrieben.
Ich habe nur eine Lehre daraus gezogen: NEVERMORE!
In reinem Assembler programmiert wäre es fast ein halbes Jahr früher fertig geworden.
GFA-Basic ist ein einziger Bug!

This translates roughly to:

This program is written in GFA-Basic 3.51D Amiga.
The only lesson I've learned from that: NEVERMORE!
In pure assembler, this would have been finished almost half a year earlier.
GFA-Basic is one single bug!

Apparently, GFA Basic was not very pleasant to work with.

As can be seen when unpacking the disk image, the game executable is called !logical (read as: NOT logical). This might be a in-joke by the developers.

Hmmm...
To do:
From reverse engineering this game a few years ago I remember seeing some messages embedded in the graphics sheet. I think I saw this in the program GfxRip108.zip, that I cant run right now. So if someone wants to take a look.