Started by Gryzor, 13:42, 03 September 21
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Quote from: Bryce on 14:53, 03 September 21Since 1982 there is a ban on blood being red in German games
Quote from: Dubliner on 21:22, 03 September 21Right now i can only think about "Commando" being released as "Space Invasion" in Germany.
Quote from: Gryzor on 16:07, 03 September 21Also: who on earth bans an already illegal product as is the case with cracked titles
Quote from: zeropolis79 on 22:11, 03 September 21I recall reading that the sale of most Microprose games to minors in West Germany was illegal because they were too realistic..
Quote from: Targhan on 02:03, 04 September 21There is a special version of Renegade with blue blood (which also crashed when you "crouch" on the girls of the level 3), but I'm not sure if it was specific to the German market...
Quote from: zeropolis79 on 23:50, 03 September 21According to Amstrad Computer User, only allowed to be sold in adult shops
Quote from: eto on 09:02, 04 September 21In reality, adult shops didn't sell computer games and most computer shops didn't bother to keep the banned games somewhere under the desk.
Quote from: Gryzor on 12:28, 06 September 21Amstrad was HOT in Germany.
Quote from: Gryzor on 14:26, 03 September 21Huh interesting. To be honest there's no CPC game that comes to mind that featured swastikas or Hitler... quite strange!
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