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We found Team17's developer Amiga 4000! Let's explore its harddisks
Posted on 3-Jul-2019 17:41:54
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Very cool video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rcyHqJ6ZHXs

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Re: We found Team17's developer Amiga 4000! Let's explore its harddisks
Posted on 3-Jul-2019 18:46:32
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Yeah saw this yesterday. Great! The guys from the UK so this really needs to find its way to the Cambridge based 'UK Computer Museum'. Sweet that it still runs and has Lightwave etc with all the original Worms Intro animation stuff on it!

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Re: We found Team17's developer Amiga 4000! Let's explore its harddisks
Posted on 3-Jul-2019 20:04:56
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Good to see this part of history still in working condition!

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Re: We found Team17's developer Amiga 4000! Let's explore its harddisks
Posted on 3-Jul-2019 20:21:45
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Yeah, I was afraid they were gonna let the smoke out of those chips!

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Posted on 4-Jul-2019 5:45:02
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WoW! what a treat to watch that video and man thank goodness all that awesome hardware and software/ artwork etc was saved

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Posted on 5-Jul-2019 17:55:48
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@ferrels

Watched the video this morning.
Very pleased to see they managed to save this piece of computer history and awesome to see Lightwave put to some serious use. The Amiga is so much more than a games machine and is a very productive computer - this will surely remind people of that

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