Stavros Fasoulas was also working on a game called Galactic
for the Amiga
. It was supposed to be released by a Finnish
software house called Terramarque
(later to form Housemarque
(of Supreme Snowboarding
fame) with Bloodhouse
, another Finnish label).
Rumors were abound that Galactic was never released since the British company in charge of distribution felt the game was way too eccentric - in other words, the game got the axe since it was TOO original. However, a British Amiga magazine called The One released Galactic exclusively as their cover disk on Christmas 1993.