I guess the answer is yes it would be *possible*. The problem (as always) is that Hyperion is trying to move the OS forwards (e.g. virtual memory (swap space), e.g. multi-core support), which means (1) they have less man-power for adding lots of backwards-compatibility kludges, and (2) it might not be possible to add those backwards-compatibility kludges without breaking some of the fancy new features (that have been or will be added).nubechecorre wrote:Is there some kind of wrapper? if so, could it possible to do the same under Amiga OS?
It would probably be a LOT simpler & easier to fix the actual game, but for whatever reason that is apparently not on the cards (maybe there is a license issue?).