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CyberViking2000 
AMIGA SU DO KU
Posted on 16-Jun-2007 5:46:01
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I just went over to check up on the Amiga.com web site for anything new and noticed the banners for the pages have been updated with new Flash interactive animations.

When I chose the About tab and ran my pointer over the resulting banner at the top, it displayed different digital devices with "AMIGA" and below it "SU DO KU" displayed on the device screens. Can anyone tell me what "SU DO KU" is about??

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Nataline 
Re: AMIGA SU DO KU
Posted on 16-Jun-2007 5:59:10
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@CyberViking2000

No. It's a secret.
This information is restricted.
You may not see it.

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Pleng 
Re: AMIGA SU DO KU
Posted on 16-Jun-2007 9:18:20
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@Nataline

Wow one of those devices sure looks like my GP2X...

I don't know about any of the other devices (aside from the laptop which obviously could do) but doesn't my Gp2X run on a Linux core?

Hmm...

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Posted on 16-Jun-2007 9:23:23
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@CyberViking2000

The better one is the Flash here:

http://www.amiga.com/sales/

Showing devices running something called:

"Fleecy's World"

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Re: AMIGA SU DO KU
Posted on 16-Jun-2007 12:36:37
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@CyberViking2000

You might also want to give this a try:

http://www.silicon-wizards.com/sudoku_e.php

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Posted on 16-Jun-2007 22:53:53
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@Severin

Ah ok. But Amiga only mentions the name and no game gfx.

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Posted on 16-Jun-2007 23:02:21
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@Nataline

It demonstrates how much I keep up on games.

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The one I linked to is nothing to do with "Amiga"...

It's also a bit cheaper, Now they're paying lawyers they'll probably have to charge $50,000 a copy

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