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In addition a special version of TeenAgent was released on CD-Rom in Poland for DOS, This version was created and published by both [[Metropolis Software House]] and [[CD Projekt]]. This version contained a full audio soundtrack and voices recorded by the creators of the Polish ''Gambler'' Magazine. This version was then given away for free with the magazine.
 
In addition a special version of TeenAgent was released on CD-Rom in Poland for DOS, This version was created and published by both [[Metropolis Software House]] and [[CD Projekt]]. This version contained a full audio soundtrack and voices recorded by the creators of the Polish ''Gambler'' Magazine. This version was then given away for free with the magazine.
  
Metropolis and Good Old Games made TeenAgent free for download from the Good Old Games website on March 31, 2009.
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Metropolis and Good Old Games made TeenAgent free for [http://www.gog.com/en/gamecard/teenagent download] from the Good Old Games website on March 31, 2009.
  
 
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Revision as of 14:33, 3 December 2009

TeenAgent
First release 1994
Also known as Agent Mlíčňak, Nowy TeenAgent
Developed by Metropolis Software House
Published by Union Logic, CD Projekt
Distributed by (unknown)
Platforms DOS, Amiga
Resolution 320x200, 256 colors
Engine Teen
Support Not officially supported.
A WIP engine is available
in our SVN repository
Available for
Purchase
The full game can be
legally downloaded from
Good Old Games

TeenAgent is an adventure game in which you play Mark Hopper, a teenager chosen to work for the RGB intelligence agency to bring the thief John Noty into custody.

TeenAgent was released for both the Amiga and DOS, The Amiga version was produced for the ECS and AGA chipsets on floppy disks. There was also a CD-Rom version published for the Amiga, The Amiga versions were only ever produced in Polish. The DOS version was produced in Polish, Czech and English. The Polish and Czech versions were published and released as onto floppy disks.

Several English shareware releases were distributed worldwide, it is currently unknown if the English version saw a full retail release.

In addition a special version of TeenAgent was released on CD-Rom in Poland for DOS, This version was created and published by both Metropolis Software House and CD Projekt. This version contained a full audio soundtrack and voices recorded by the creators of the Polish Gambler Magazine. This version was then given away for free with the magazine.

Metropolis and Good Old Games made TeenAgent free for download from the Good Old Games website on March 31, 2009.

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