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Games That Weren't, an impressive online resource dedicated to lost and scrapped games, has successfully located a previously missing Amiga adaptation of Codemasters' side-scrolling platformer Stuntman Seymour.


What's more, they have now made the files for this adaptation accessible online for anyone interested in exploring it. Stuntman Seymour, originally launched in 1992 for the Commodore 64, ZX Spectrum, and Amstrad CPC, was created by Reflective Designs and published by Codemasters. An Amiga edition was in progress between 1992 and 1993 and was almost complete before it was ultimately shelved. Since then, it has remained elusive until Games That Weren't recently retrieved the disk containing this lost version from its original developer Ashley Hogg and made it publicly available.


It is now accessible as an AMIGA Disk or as a Free Download. Notably, this discovery comes after approximately 30 years of anticipation for the Amiga community.


Available as:

 - Amiga Disk or

 - Free ADF Download from Games That Weren't

Stuntman Seymour (Amiga Disk)



  • This has been tested on a standard Amiga 600 but should work on all classic Amiga's.

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