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Dolphinius_Rex -> RE: Spectrum, Amiga, Comodore 64, Atari, (6/29/2004 1:33:50 PM)

Dang it Ionian, I would have killed for an Amiga 1200!! Although I always loved my Amiga 500, which I still swear could kick the crap out of any 486 and most pentium computers! [:D]

The Amiga computer systems were simply the best out there... just really poorly marketed and managed [&:]




vbguru_12000 -> RE: Spectrum, Amiga, Comodore 64, Atari, (6/29/2004 8:48:52 PM)

My first computer was an Apple IIe. Wow, haven't thought about that in a long while.

btw, does anyone remember an old text-based RPG called The Eamon Adventures? That game was awsome!




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vbguru_12000 -> RE: Spectrum, Amiga, Comodore 64, Atari, (6/30/2004 9:15:32 AM)

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ORIGINAL: Ionian

Eamon Adventures?

Take a look here
[;)]

Hell ya! You ever play it?




emperor -> RE: Spectrum, Amiga, Comodore 64, Atari, (7/3/2004 6:33:00 AM)

My first computer was a 8086 at 4.77Mhz with Green monitor...[:)]




Leviathan -> RE: Spectrum, Amiga, Comodore 64, Atari, (7/8/2004 7:42:31 AM)

I was first infected by the computer germ at the age of 8, when my dad gifted me a Commodore 64. I will never forget the nights I spent sleepless with my eyes stuck on that green monitor playing Turbo Outrun and Space Invaders.

But the happiest moments of my digital life were those spent with an Amstrad 128. Ah memories... [:)]




Mender -> RE: Spectrum, Amiga, Comodore 64, Atari, (7/31/2004 6:20:48 PM)

I started with a Commodore VIC20, followed by a C64 with 1541 floppy drive, a C128D with built-in 1541 floppy disk drive, C16, C+4, an Amiga 500 with 52 meg hard drive, Amiga 500+ with 100 meg hard drive, Amiga 4000 (upgraded to a MC68040/40 CPU overclocked to 55mhz) which I fitted into a tower I modded mysellf, Amiga 1200 with 40 meg hard drive, another A4000 with MC68030/50 CPU overclocked to 64mhz, another Amiga 1200 with hard drive, and an Amiga 600 with hard drive.
Apart from the VIC20 and the Amiga 600, I still have all the other computers, all in working order, all in excellent condition. I let my grandchildren play on the 500's and 1200's when they visit, but they aren't allowed anywhere near my A4000's [:D]




emperor -> RE: Spectrum, Amiga, Comodore 64, Atari, (7/31/2004 7:16:50 PM)

Damn, you are a Amiga maniac [8D]




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emperor -> RE: Spectrum, Amiga, Comodore 64, Atari, (8/1/2004 2:07:48 PM)

not me, i used to play green games on my old and slow PC[8D]




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emperor -> RE: Spectrum, Amiga, Comodore 64, Atari, (8/1/2004 5:05:35 PM)

Yea yea green is beatiful, when i was typing 3 pages of code to get a green game, you had colourful games!




Mender -> RE: Spectrum, Amiga, Comodore 64, Atari, (8/3/2004 7:15:31 AM)

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ORIGINAL: emperor

Damn, you are a Amiga maniac [8D]

Yes. I almost forgot to mention my Amiga A2000 which I still have.

Did you know that the computer generated graphics for the series Babylon 5 (and many other programs/films) were actually done on an Amiga A2000 fitted with a NewTek VideoToaster card? Disney Studios also had a farm of Amiga A4000/040 computers to render graphics for some of their releases as well[8D]




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