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Taff64
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Amiga Gamebase?

Fri Dec 12, 2003 11:13 am

Will it ever happen? :shock:
synchro
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Re: Amiga Gamebase?

Sat Dec 13, 2003 2:11 am

Taff64 wrote:Will it ever happen? :shock:
lol!!! kind of......3 years ago in fact....look at the "Gamebase Team please read " post :)
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Fri Jan 02, 2004 7:30 pm

Isn´t there something similar for the Amiga, without the Games, only the Information and screenshots, would be nice to see some gamescreens i can´t remember the names etc.
I looked at tugid, but thats all about namin and not information.

thx
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Fri Jan 02, 2004 10:43 pm

http://hol.abime.net/ is the Amiga equivalent of Gamebase64. It's been in production for years and has been online for the public for just over a year now.

Check out http://abime.net/index.php?subaction=sh ... om=&ucat=7& for a quick news item about an offline version of HOL. It would definately contain all of the info, but screenshots I'm not entirely sure about. From what I've heard, the total filesize is huge. And don't even think of providing game images...Each Amiga ADF in uncompressed form is 880kb, not to mention the fact that the HOL team don't give out images in the first place :)

Should you have any Amiga questions, the best place to ask would be http://eab.abime.net/ . I've been there for a while and have found it extremely useful.

Hope that helps!
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Thu Jan 08, 2004 8:31 pm

Hi there,

check out:

http://www.amigagames.com

for many interesting info on amiga games.

Especially the GAGE is interesting:

http://www.amigagames.com/gage

Rasputin

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