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Deliverance: Stormlord II

Mac - 1993

Also available on: Amiga - Amstrad CPC - Atari ST - Commodore 64 - ZX Spectrum

Alt name Deliverance
Year 1993
Platform Mac
Released in United States
Genre Action
Theme Barbarian, Fantasy, Platform, Puzzle elements
Publisher Inline Software, Inc.
4.71 / 5 - 14 votes

Description of Deliverance: Stormlord II

1993, the year Deliverance: Stormlord II was released on Mac, as well as Amiga, Amstrad CPC, Atari ST, Commodore 64 and ZX Spectrum. Published by Inline Software, Inc., this action game is available for free on this page.

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OK MILLENIAL 2022-04-29 -1 point Amiga version

Download and emulate the Amiga version (Don't ask me. Still getting into Amiga emulation. Google/DuckDuckGo/BraveSearch it).

This and a lot more games confirms that Amiga was the Protoculture Race from which the PC Master Race was born after the Amiga PCR decided to have some "Multiculture" with the inferior IBM Erectus after the coming of THE DOOM... The Intel Pentium was also a good reason, I guess...

Steve Hoyland 2022-01-07 0 point Amiga version

A great game, one of my favourite platformers on the Amiga. Also known as Stormlord II, the 16/32 bit version was very similar to the Bitmap brothers game Gods. While Gods Is more colourful and has extras such as shops In which players can spend collected cash to buy weapons, protection, remove damage, etc, deliverance , In my opinion, has the best graphics and the overall gameplay edge over Gods.
The screenshots (above) of the MAC version also look very good, similar to the Amiga. I've never played the Mac version, but looking at the screenshots, I should think Its very similar, perhaps even better.
I'd encourage my fellow gamers to look at the various versions and see what they think - I certainly don't expect everyone to agree with me! Enjoy this great game, guys!

Vladtheman 2019-05-20 1 point Amiga version

Amiga version is not, repeat NOT censored! Happy days!

SEIFER_Z 2019-01-12 -1 point Mac version


This is one of the first game I could play on MAC but I only had the demo I could never see what was after the first dungeon

Charlie O 2016-01-19 0 point

Hag...those were the days, I use to have erections playing this good old game ahahahaha, back in the day a tit, use to had a very different effect on me.

Luthinor 2015-03-11 1 point Mac version

Literally the first game I can remember playing!

james 2015-02-13 1 point Mac version

what emulator did you guys use for this?

null 2015-02-07 1 point Mac version

Looks to be censored. I remember the huge female figure to be bare breasted.

Phaeton 2014-10-09 0 point Mac version

Looks very much like GODS :)

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