Technicolor Dream

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barry (Baz) Armstrong - 02/06/2011
The only connection that I am aware of between Red Rat software and Worms is me. I worked with Team17 software on the worms franchise after working with Red Rat on 'Lombard RAC rally', 'Time Runner' and 'Pushover' all Atari ST releases.
Baz Armstrong - 07/11/2009
This programme changed the direction of my life! I was one of the Red Rat Artists in the eighties/early nineties and used this programme to produce a lot of portfolio artwork. I still have the disks in my cellar. Hope they have not suffered from magnetic drift . if I ever get the data off them I'll get them online.
fog - 05/10/2009
thinking about it, it might be harder to find due to the spelling / mispelling...e.g. US = colour and UK etc = coloUr

and a few more mention it.. It also reminded me of sample drum kits by 2-bit systems that I had on tape.
fog - 05/10/2009
When I was in Manchester (UK) for my cousins wedding I bought this on tape. It was released by red rat software.. the people behind screaming wings (and things like "worms" later) . I'm pretty sure it was programmed by them also.. I wish I had kept the tape. I sold it to a friend along with screaming wings.hehe
Glenn - 15/07/2009

I've been trying to remember the name of this program for years. Gonna dig out my old saved data cassettes and see if i can revive my first pics now :-)

Cheers guys!


GenreGraphics - Picture EditingYear1986
LanguageMachine LanguagePublisherICD

Forward, David / Watterson, Keith

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Forward, David / Watterson, Keith
Barlow, Chris S. / Duffield, Mark

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Red Rat Software.

Missing original disk image!


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