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Luc-Achd  reported that their limited resources (and lack of interest) led them to concentrate their powers on making only two albums per year, while the Morris re-release would be made in four volumes. Even if this is false, to have been tiring with such works would stand to reason as of some financial troubles in the company. Nevertheless, for some reason, such volumes were never released.
In addition, the games are also called Lucky Luke in the European market, as they use a license obtained from Lucky Luke. The Lucky Luke license of Infogrames is one of the longest licenses the company has acquired, ending in 1984.
The second game is Spirou, released first in French, then in German, then in English, then in Spanish, then in Portuguese. This game followed a structure completely different from the Tintin titles. In Spirou, the mechanics were less game-like, and gameplay was more interactive.
Since 1990, there have been more than thirty games based on the original comic strip. However, most of them are not more than an action game loosely based on the American comic strip. Only a few directly follow the comic strip, either in the French or the American version. This is why these games are not listed here, since I am not familiar with them.
Recently, a few games were released for the Nintendo Entertainment System (NES). They are accurate in their treatment of the characters, but they only used the Lucky Luke name and a few of the McGuire illustrations. 7211a4ac4a