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Oxygenet 
OASE - some great pictures
Posted on 25-Oct-2003 14:54:14
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Hi there everyone,

Some very nice pictures from the OASE show:

http://www.lightelements.com/gallery/index.php?gallery=05-OS4_and_more

OS4 is looking incredible IMO - lots of software appears to be working, now I just await a review of the show with baited breath

Is it just me, or has anyone else noticed a huge amount of Amiga news the past few days? I think that could be leading up to something, especially now AHI, Picasso96 etc ..... are all ported to PPC .......

Chris

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Bodie 
Re: OASE - some great pictures
Posted on 25-Oct-2003 14:56:45
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I agree Oxygenet, some great pics there. Particularly seeing the A1 Lite (or whatever it is now ) booting up! BTW, is that Duke Nukem on OS4?

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jthomas 
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Posted on 25-Oct-2003 15:03:33
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Yes. Duke Nukem runs natively on OS4/AmigaONE

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Oxygenet 
Re: OASE - some great pictures
Posted on 25-Oct-2003 15:04:03
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Hi Bodie,

I have no idea if it's Dukem Nukem, all looks very nice though - and it's strange to say, but it LOOKS solid even on a static image, I know that probably sounds stupid, but it all seems to gel together very nicely.

Chris

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Bodie 
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Posted on 25-Oct-2003 15:06:16
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@jthomas

Cheers, thanx for the clarification .

@oxygenet
I wholeheartedly agree .

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Oxygenet 
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Posted on 25-Oct-2003 15:07:15
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I thought it was running on the Peg? (Dukem Nukem that is) though I could (And hope I am) wrong

Chris

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ajs 
Re: OASE - some great pictures
Posted on 25-Oct-2003 15:07:15
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Quote:

Bodie wrote:
BTW, is that Duke Nukem on OS4?

Hi Bodie
Well it's meant to be, but never played it, so I don't recognise it

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Framiga 
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Posted on 25-Oct-2003 19:38:50
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@jthomas

Ciao Joachim

a really good photos, even the cellphone ones.

Salutami tutti (compreso lo Yeti)

Ciao

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paulsamiga 
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Posted on 25-Oct-2003 19:44:44
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Yep... it's Duke Nukem all right.
Is it runing on a A1 or pegy... don't know.

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EntilZha 
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Posted on 25-Oct-2003 19:58:55
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I thought it was running on the Peg? (Dukem Nukem that is) though I could (And hope I am) wrong


Don't know what's on the picture (Peg or A1), but Max Tretene also ported his Duke port to OS4 (natively, of course).

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Oxygenet 
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Posted on 25-Oct-2003 20:11:34
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It's nice to have a PPC Amiga t last, I mean I know PPC has been around for awhile but really this is the first PPC Amiga, and it's a good feeling to know WB is being updated and new features added, I know it's a hell of alot of work - but I still want it now LOL

Anyway been to this latest show? Any reports on what were shown, how fast AOS4 was etc .....?

Chris

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