The canceled scroll shooter Standard Deviation comes to Amiga a quarter of a century later

Alas, the game never went on sale (the publisher had planned to charge £24.99 for it) - the project was officially buried. Either because it wasn't of the highest quality (The One Amiga edition, which had its hands on the game, gave out a 62% rating, although it noted a few positive aspects), or for some other reason. Twenty-three years later, the programmer Standard Deviation posted the game on the English Amiga Board forum, and the fast guys from Flashtro provided it with endless lives and other cheats.

To run any of the images (original or hacked) you'll need an emulator like WinUAE, and if you want to see the gameplay first, YouTube will help:

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