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Classic Amiga

Classic Amiga
5 posts | Last Activity on 26-04-2014 09:12 by amigamia
amigamia
amigamia 26-04-2014 09:12, 7 years ago
Re: Amiga in the News
Amiga mentioned on CNN, that is a rarity these days :-). I guess it is an investment when companies commission prominent figures to advertise their products.
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cavemann
cavemann 26-04-2014 00:29, 7 years ago
Re: Amiga in the News
A recent news article shows some Andy Warhol art that was created in 1985 on the Amiga.

http://www.cnn.com/2014/04/24/us/andy...-lost-art/
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cavemann
cavemann 15-12-2012 17:23, 8 years ago
Re: History lesson
Yup, this chart has been roundly criticized by others too. There are many self published games on all platforms these days. The C64 also has new titles even now. Don't quote me, but I think the chart is counting commercially published games.

Also the chart does not take quality into account. Imo, there was a time when Amiga games far out shined the other platforms Grin

It may just be me, but the chart seems to alter direction after the demise of a certain company named Commodore (circa 1993?) Frown

Ps. I may need bigger bifocals too Cool
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magorium 15-12-2012 14:11, 8 years ago
Re: History lesson
Sorry bout the late reaction, got some connection-probs.

That kinda statistics are nice (so thank yu for that), although i am very dissapointed in the Amiga-graph not running uptil today (or do i need an even bigger binocular Grin). There is still software released almost every day :S
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cavemann
cavemann 13-12-2012 14:06, 8 years ago
Re: History lesson
Here is an interesting chart that shows the number of games released for different gaming platforms. As you already know, Commodore, Amiga, and Atari have a place in gaming history Grin

http://www.jesperjuul.net/ludologist/...Eo9kJ1.png
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