- Unpack CRAZY PRIEST(HD version)to a game folder on HD.
- Approx. 2.5MB HD space is required for HD installation.
 Written in AMOS Professional 2.0. Coding by Piotr Sznapka (Sordan). Graphics by Tomek Derent (aszu). Music/sound FX by Simone Bernacchia (JMD).
 Min. Requirements:68000 CPU, KS 1.3, 2MB ram (1MB chip/1MB fast or 2MB chipram), HD.
Requirements (recommended): 68020 CPU, 2MB chipram, HD.
 CRAZY PRIEST, initially previewed as a playable demo at the RetroKomp/Load Error 2015 demo party, was released as a full PD/freeware game two years later at the RetroKomp/Load Error 2017 demo party in Poland. The game was ranked a very respectable 3rd in the RetroKomp GameDev Compo.
 Although released as PD/freeware, the developers of CRAZY PRIEST have plans to publish a boxed collector's edition of the game including CD, instructions, some extra levels and perhaps even some bonus gifts (e.g. game poster, fridge magnet) [see CRAZY PRIEST Webpage for further info.].
 CRAZY PRIEST comes in two flavours, with the game archive containing 2 different exec files:
(a) CRAZY PRIEST EXTRA (single player game version comprising 16 levels)
(b) CRAZY PRIEST MULTI (2-player game version with 8 additional levels for "quick and funny games").
 ***CRAZY PRIEST(demo)*** is available for downloadHERE. [Source: aszu(gfx coder)]
 CRAZY PRIEST(demo longplay) is available for viewing HERE. [Source: coder Sordan's YouTube channel]
 ***CRAZY PRIEST(PD release)*** is available for download from these sources:
- CRAZY PRIEST(HD version) [Source: aszu(gfx coder)]
- CRAZY PRIEST(HD version) [Source: EAB FTP site]
- CRAZY PRIEST(HD version) [Source: EAB FTP mirror site]
TRIVIA: Reportedly, CRAZY PRIEST'S titlescreen graphics and music sample were inspired by Enigma's 1990/91 dance music hit "Sadeness (Part I)" [see WIKI entry also].
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