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Software News   Software News : Statement from Cinemaware
   posted by MikeB on 22-Mar-2003 9:31:01 (1729 reads)
In an email sent to the popular Amiga website, Lars Fuhrken-Batista of Cinemaware made the following statement regarding their problems with Amiga games developer Clickboom: "At this point Cinemaware would just like to make a simple statement that clickBoom's allegations are false and misleading, and that we will issue an official statement in the future regarding this matter."

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Re: Statement from Cinemaware
Posted on 22-Mar-2003 9:41:31
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Re: Statement from Cinemaware
Posted on 22-Mar-2003 12:03:09
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Definately It doesn't look like we be seeing these products any time soon unless Clickboom and Cinemaware can sort out their differences.

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Re: Statement from Cinemaware
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Oh for heavens sake, why can't we just have two companies working together, and keeping any problems they might have between themselves?

Sorry to sound so negitive but you have to admit that it is starting to sound like a scratched record.

Mind you, part of the fun of being with the Amiga


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Re: Statement from Cinemaware
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I agree with you Jumpship. There seems to be a company culture within the Amiga community of taking any issue onto the public. IMO this hurts the professional image of *all* parties involved.

However, there still are some Amiga companies which don't conform to this standard. I know of a company which has been screwed badly by another company without them taking this onto the public. This gives both hope as well as saddens me, as there even are more issues behind he scenes than the public already knows about.

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Re: Statement from Cinemaware
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And as we eventually found out even more issues than we ever wanted to know about...

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