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OlafS25 
Mutation Software returns to Amiga
Posted on 6-Feb-2020 14:51:04
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new game in works, old games will be rereleased

https://blog.amigaguru.com/mutation-software-returns-to-the-amiga-after-22-years/

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utri007 
Re: Mutation Software returns to Amiga
Posted on 6-Feb-2020 18:18:12
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@OlafS25

Wild Flying is amazing!

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Templario 
Re: Mutation Software returns to Amiga
Posted on 6-Feb-2020 19:35:28
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@OlafS2
They need money and the fast way is sell old games instead of make new games.

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OlafS25 
Re: Mutation Software returns to Amiga
Posted on 6-Feb-2020 21:50:23
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@Templario

Recently you do not read before writing...

one new game is in development

It is positive if developers become involved again. I know that you hate everyone at the moment because of one game you preordered and paid but did not get but that does not mean that everything is bad

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BigD 
Re: Mutation Software returns to Amiga
Posted on 6-Feb-2020 22:43:45
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@OlafS25

Hilarious! I remember Tommy Gun in the Amiga Magazines. Back then I so wanted Z from the Bitmap Brother or Command & Conquer (I waited until Napalm in 1998 to see that RTS game dream realised) What we got instead was an Operation Wolf / T2 Arcade clone with a tomato and weird Tiny Troops game from Vulcan! The intro of Tommy Gun had charm though. It probably plays better than the hyped game of the year Capital Punishment! Maybe that Clickboom! game funded Napalm and T-Zero? I keep telling myself that but I really had a shrub myself hard after playing that seedy mess of a fighting game!

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nikosidis 
Re: Mutation Software returns to Amiga
Posted on 7-Feb-2020 9:10:32
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Always good with new games in development. I wish Mutation software "nice name" all the best and I will buy the new game as I do with all classic Amiga game releases.

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Templario 
Re: Mutation Software returns to Amiga
Posted on 7-Feb-2020 11:37:40
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@OlafS25
I laugh with your words, because I don't hate nobody, but you don't forget the current developers making games or ports and their Donate button, not only receive with open arms a people that you don't know if they will continue in Amiga within a year or maybe two.
And how do I know you by the way you go, I don't speak for me, it's clear.
P.S: The new game is in development process and the only sure is the reedition of thris classic games using the new Amiga revival thanks to Vampire, but the big question if they will not get the sales for theirs classic games they will continue in Amiga?

Last edited by Templario on 07-Feb-2020 at 11:46 AM.

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LarsB 
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Posted on 7-Feb-2020 11:45:11
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@Templario I am am with you. There are some cool guys here which develop Games. You, Saimo,.. other people ;)

Does yield anything positive? Nope.

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Templario 
Re: Mutation Software returns to Amiga
Posted on 7-Feb-2020 12:00:10
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@LarsB
I agree with you, there are great developers like HunoPPC, BeWorld, etc. making ports and they haven't much recognition but come others taking advantage of our perseverance keeping the Amiga live with our time and money and the people welcome they with the open arms and like I said without bringing future expectations cases like Cinemaware, etc., and new people that bring us delusion like the game Amiga Racer, the author left the Amiga, and the game is good and for new systems.

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Rose 
Re: Mutation Software returns to Amiga
Posted on 7-Feb-2020 13:56:45
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@Templario

Quote:
Amiga Racer, the author left the Amiga, and the game is good and for new systems.


Oh you mean developer who dissapeared after this....

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nikosidis 
Re: Mutation Software returns to Amiga
Posted on 7-Feb-2020 15:38:07
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Why bother with what other people like to support, buy. Take advantage of what? Don't be so suspicious. Most devs. don't earn much at all in Amiga market. I can tell you right away that Amiga development is only for enthusiasts. If they do something real good and are very talented they can get a little back.
The world is like that if you have not noticed. You like to watch TV? You have to buy the freaking TV and the channels to watch or maybe you don't but that is illegal. If all music where free the quality would mostly be shit. No money no honey

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LarsB 
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@nikosidis Sorry but your are contradicting yourself. On one hand you say nobody can expect anyrhing. On the other hand you say:"No money, no honey". Which is true but it doesnt fit to the first part of your statement.

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Templario 
Re: Mutation Software returns to Amiga
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@Rose
Thank you I don't know this fact, it explain his fast disappearance, he closes his site, the support to hall of fame, well, other example the people that lastly is arriving to our hobby, people with th eonly motivation to get money fast without bring us a future continuous.

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number6 
Re: Mutation Software returns to Amiga
Posted on 7-Feb-2020 17:02:42
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@Rose

It's "open season" on most everything really:

https://www.teepublic.com/t-shirts?query=amiga
https://www.teepublic.com/t-shirts?query=workbench
https://www.teepublic.com/t-shirts?query=commodore

I could go on, but you get the idea. Nothing is being defended.

@MEGA_RJ_MICAL

You don't care for the amiga.org coffee cup logo, so maybe this is more your cup of tea?:
https://www.teepublic.com/mug/5235497-amiga-black-logo

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amigadave 
Re: Mutation Software returns to Amiga
Posted on 7-Feb-2020 21:27:33
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@Templario

You think you are "bringing us a future continuous"?

I don't care if a programmer has been here 10 months or 30 years. If they produce something useful or fun that I want to run on my Amiga systems, I will buy it or donate toward their work. If all they create is crap, then they get no support from me. Very simple.

Your statements sound like a lot of "Sour Grapes" to me, but I will agree with one thing, that more users need to support the existing programmers we still have, by buying software, donating, or at the least, showing their appreciation by sending messages to the developers when they create something useful, or fun to use.

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Templario 
Re: Mutation Software returns to Amiga
Posted on 8-Feb-2020 13:56:53
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@amigadave
I'm not the new messiah of Amiga and you? ypu like moderator why this site is worse than ten years ago, here you can bring us a future continuous instead of a forum where the news apper three or five after to wrote, where some links are obsolotes and you can't add new Amiga links neither upload your screenshots, etc. etc.
I laugh....

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Trixie 
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Posted on 8-Feb-2020 14:15:52
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@Templario

Quote:
here you can bring us a future continuous instead of a forum where the news apper three or five after to wrote

I think I can help. Here's the Future Continuous available to everyone, free of charge!

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Templario 
Re: Mutation Software returns to Amiga
Posted on 8-Feb-2020 17:45:24
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@Trixie
Yeah here is the future

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LarsB 
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Posted on 9-Feb-2020 12:19:32
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@Templario

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_X-Files_(film)

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OlafS25 
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@Templario

if not nobody of us will loose anything because we do only pay for what is really available

if there will be a new game then good and I will buy it

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