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amigang 
Epic Core (Amiga Boing Ball?)
Posted on 17-Apr-2021 16:15:23
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Dont know if anyone watched or follow Epic latest game, Core, feel like it wants to be a Minecraft/Fortnight/Gmod type game basically design your own charters and even online games, anyway trailer for it here, and interesting right towards the end they are kicking a big Amiga Boing Ball around!!

https://www.epicgames.com/store/en-US/p/core

Thoughts?

Last edited by amigang on 17-Apr-2021 at 04:21 PM.

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amigang 
Re: Epic Core (Amiga Boing Ball?)
Posted on 17-Apr-2021 21:33:04
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@amigang

Uploaded a little clip, pretty sure someone at epic like Amiga’s, with their war going on ageist Apple maybe they could buy Amiga?
https://youtu.be/kjGs10hzCzU

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Re: Epic Core (Amiga Boing Ball?)
Posted on 18-Apr-2021 15:27:53
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@amigang

Weak single-player story.

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Re: Epic Core (Amiga Boing Ball?)
Posted on 18-Apr-2021 15:30:52
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with their war going on ageist Apple maybe they could buy Amiga?


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Re: Epic Core (Amiga Boing Ball?)
Posted on 18-Apr-2021 16:54:24
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@Rose

I was only kind of kidding.

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Re: Epic Core (Amiga Boing Ball?)
Posted on 19-Apr-2021 1:09:23
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Core is made by a company called Manticore Games and is using Epic's engine but it is not owned by Epic Games. I think Manticore also won and Epic grant which means that Epic Games gave them some money to develop Core.

Tim Sweeney (owner of Epic) could buy every Amiga flavor out there with the change in his pocket probably... why he would want to would be far beyond me.

The pictures I've seen of Tim back in the day (I used to work at Epic btw) he was on an old Apple II. I don't think he ever owned an Amiga.

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