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'Titus the Fox: To Marrakech and Back' [GOG], a platformer from 1992 that was originally released for the Amiga, but now it has a Linux version on GOG.

Yet another classic game revived for Linux thanks to GOG. The Linux version uses DOSBox.

About the game
Join Titus the Fox in his hilarious adventure "To Marrakech and Back". On foot, riding a skateboard or flying your magic carpet, you set off across the Sahara to free your kidnapped love - Foxy! You encounter many enemies such as Babyboon, the kid with the deadly bottle, and Toyo, the spectacled snake. This mega-game has been hailed by critics as the reference for Jump'n'Runs in the computer games world.

- Platform game of exceptional size: More than 900 screens on 15 levels with 54 extraordinary enemies.
- Secret rooms, hidden bonuses, and deadly traps.
- Unique system of interaction: player - enemies - objects - backgrounds.
- Options: level codes, continue, adjustable 8-way scrolling. Article taken from GamingOnLinux.com.
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leillo1975 Oct 25, 2016
One of my games in my first PC (Amstrad PC2086, an 8086 computer). Let's rebuy It about 25 years ago!
Guest Oct 26, 2016
Would be nice to get some more CD32/Amiga platformers on Linux via GOG. Obviously, you can get most if not all games legally now and run them in an emulator but it saves the hassle and you get to keep them on your GOG client for easy download. Same wise it would be nice to get more NeoGeo and MAME titles on Linux, there seems to be quite a few on Windows but not for Linux, porting should not be required, so I don't know if its just laziness or lack of interest.
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