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Software News   Software News : Quake 3 wins the Amiga Games Award 2005
   posted by Daff on 28-Jan-2006 19:41:06 (9015 reads)
Here the results of the Amiga Games Awards 2005.
These is the best Amiga and MorphOS games of 2005 voted by users.



1. Quake 3 : Arena
2. Virtual Grand Prix 2
3. Descent Freespace 2
4. Foobillard
5. Noiz2sa
6. Neverputt
7. Neverball
8. rRootage
9. Hexen 2
10. Battle Of Wesnoth

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mr.calibra 
Re: Quake 3 wins the Amiga Games Award 2005
Posted on 30-Jan-2006 7:56:11
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hey you are just jealous beacuse the OS4 gang can't play this great games in the top.. VGP2 is a great game and Quake3 is also a great game.. I hope this continue. More games..

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warface 
Re: Quake 3 wins the Amiga Games Award 2005
Posted on 30-Jan-2006 9:03:37
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Will you please stop bashing MorphOS?

That the games in the list are not available for OS4 is no way MorphOS's fault. In fact, most MorphOS port's source is freely available. You don't have to send a CD via traditional mail and cover the costs, like the case with *coughs* Hyperion.

Quoting from the original webpage: "It's time for the Amiga Games Awards 2005 ! Vote for the best Amiga/MorphOS/AROS games of the year 2005."

It seems, at least for them, MorphOS and Aros is just as well OK to go. Is it just me, or moderation is a bit easy handed here, when it comes to bashing MorphOS?

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Bodie_CI5 
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Posted on 30-Jan-2006 9:05:30
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Guys, guys, guys, settle down. Must everything always come down to my "milkshake is better than yours" sentiments? By all means, comment on the merits of the choice of games, but there is no need, no need I tells yers, to take this article down the current, ever-recurring cyclical arguments.


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Bodie_CI5 
Re: Quake 3 wins the Amiga Games Award 2005
Posted on 30-Jan-2006 9:19:58
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t seems, at least for them, MorphOS and Aros is just as well OK to go. Is it just me, or moderation is a bit easy handed here, when it comes to bashing MorphOS?


No.


And any further posts on those particular issues:

a) MOS/AOS bashing
b) Moderation

will be dealt with severely.


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Mr_Capehill 
Re: Quake 3 wins the Amiga Games Award 2005
Posted on 30-Jan-2006 9:26:00
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@mr_calibra:

Actually nothing like that. (Personally I couldn't play Q3 myself because these games make me motionsick, but I am interested in Q3 for its technical aspects.)

My point was that it was a bit hard to give votes for something you didn't even known to exist! Perhaps I should read more A.org, as Itix just said that there was actually an announcement there.

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Chip 
Re: Quake 3 wins the Amiga Games Award 2005
Posted on 30-Jan-2006 9:38:40
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I totally agree with you.

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Chip 
Re: Quake 3 wins the Amiga Games Award 2005
Posted on 30-Jan-2006 9:46:00
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@warface:

Quote:
Will you please stop bashing MorphOS?


The problem is not with MOS, but morelike it's users who cannot stand to promote it's "more amigaish" state than anyting else at these events. Just take a look @ mr.calibra's postings and you'll see what I'm talking about.

IMHO there were no real Amiga game released for a lot of years, so these kind of votings are only good for start another bunch of flames and nothing else...

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Chip 
Re: Quake 3 wins the Amiga Games Award 2005
Posted on 30-Jan-2006 9:49:06
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hey you are just jealous beacuse the OS4 gang can't play this great games in the top..


If he is the jealous, then why are you posting here?

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Mr_Capehill 
Re: Quake 3 wins the Amiga Games Award 2005
Posted on 30-Jan-2006 10:09:29
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@chip:

What Amiga games are under development/released lately these days?

- Battle Duel got updated
- Wild Flying (was released by Push E. some moons ago)
- Total Chaos
- Boulder Däsh
- Dynamite
- hmm

The list is quite short. I think that there is some under-radar developing going on but we will see what happens..

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warface 
Re: Quake 3 wins the Amiga Games Award 2005
Posted on 30-Jan-2006 10:36:29
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I am really sad that there are almost no Amiga-only games available. Ported games are not really attractive to me


Virtual Grand Prix 2, despite being a ported game has Amiga origins, and the developers are the same. I'd say it's far the best game in the list, once you get used to controlling the cars, I think Quake3 won mostly by it's technical merits.

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Bodie_CI5 
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Posted on 30-Jan-2006 10:39:44
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@ Chip,

Take this as a formal warning, one more post on the MOS/AOS issue will be dealt with severely.

This goes for everyone else too. You too warface, let it slide.


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Mr_Capehill 
Re: Quake 3 wins the Amiga Games Award 2005
Posted on 30-Jan-2006 10:44:17
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@warface:

VGP should be interesting. There has always been a shortage for realistic car games on Amiga.

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pixie 
Re: Quake 3 wins the Amiga Games Award 2005
Posted on 30-Jan-2006 10:46:19
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I am intelligently enough to going not on a MOS site and say -> "HEY .. YOUR SYSTEM IS NOT AMIGA ..."


Look at Itix 28th post for reference

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Re: Quake 3 wins the Amiga Games Award 2005
Posted on 30-Jan-2006 11:02:25
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Re: Quake 3 wins the Amiga Games Award 2005
Posted on 30-Jan-2006 11:05:08
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Two editted posts of Pixie's were made under duress (namely, mine), as I thought they were made in complete disregard to my warnings. Pixie assured me that this was not the case. I had asked Pixie to completely delete the contents of his two posts, which he wilfully complied with.

However, as I came to see what had transpired, through Private correspondence, I saw that my perception was incorrect, but Pixie had already deleted the contents of his posts.

Pixie, I would like to apologise for the inconvenience. I wish I could rectify the wrong, alas, I cannot, so it only remains for me to say sorry.

Sincerely

Nick


@everyone else,

All previous warnings stand.

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double post...

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Posted on 30-Jan-2006 12:17:40
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@Bodie_CI5

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@ Chip,Take this as a formal warning, one more post on the MOS/AOS issue will be dealt with severely.


LOL! You warn Chip? Get a grip man... You should have came earlier... How about warn mr.calibra instead, who played the blue troll here? Nah, don't answer, I am outta here. Or moderate this, or ban me, or whatever.


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Bodie_CI5 
Re: Quake 3 wins the Amiga Games Award 2005
Posted on 30-Jan-2006 12:29:22
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Rachy, read your PM.


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amigacooke 
Re: Quake 3 wins the Amiga Games Award 2005
Posted on 30-Jan-2006 12:30:21
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This is a bit of a storm in a tea cup. If you want to play the latest and greatest games you have to be using something other than ASO4, MOS or AROS.


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Posted on 30-Jan-2006 12:56:18
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If a working SDL-OpenGL wrapper will be released with the next SDK, you can bet you'll see rRootage running on Os4, too

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