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Offline Sacrosanct

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... "Logistic"?
It was a numbers-based puzzle game in which you had to conquer the playing field by doing simple calculations on numbered tiles.
It featured awesome music and sound effects, too.
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... "Logistic"?
It was a numbers-based puzzle game in which you had to conquer the playing field by doing simple calculations on numbered tiles.
It featured awesome music and sound effects, too.

Yes, I do!
If I recall correctly, it was one of the last AA covertapes. It may have shared a tape with Crazy Cars 3, but I could be mistaken on that.

Edit: I'm off by a month. Logistic shared a tape with D.E.S the month afterwards. Close enough though!
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... "Logistic"?
It was a numbers-based puzzle game in which you had to conquer the playing field by doing simple calculations on numbered tiles.
It featured awesome music and sound effects, too.

Like Shaun, I first encountered it on an Amstrad Action covertape and I remember it well, because of the excellent graphics and music. It was fun setting up a chain reaction and watching your counters overwhelm your opponents'! :)

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Like Shaun, I first encountered it on an Amstrad Action covertape and I remember it well, because of the excellent graphics and music. It was fun setting up a chain reaction and watching your counters overwhelm your opponents'! :)

And oh what fun it was when the trigger got pulled! There's an immense satisfactory sense of "BOOM" when that happened.  :laugh:

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... "Logistic"?
It was a numbers-based puzzle game in which you had to conquer the playing field by doing simple calculations on numbered tiles.
It featured awesome music and sound effects, too.
If you mean this --> http://www.cpc-power.com/index.php?page=detail&num=154


Then you can download it at http://www.cpc-power.com/index.php?page=detail&onglet=dumps&num=154

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@menegator Yes, that's the one!
Thanks  :-*
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