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News   News : TALES OF TAMAR - In a new dress
   posted by PressTamar on 25-Jul-2007 17:43:22 (2198 reads)
Dear friends of the intense and ludicrous role play game,
Dear players, friends and supporters of Tales of Tamar.

640 years of history are a heavy weight. 640 years filled with adventures, discoveries, fights and 640 years of love, death and betrayal, 640 years of heroes, wretches, dragons and virgins….

The world of Tamar enters its 640th year of continuous history. That is reason enough to give it a new look, to wipe off the dust of former times, to be ready for the future…

We are happy and proud to offer you an entirely renewed homepage of Tales of Tamar including a completely revised design, new graphics, better lucidity and some “hidden” surprises like utterly new wallpapers.

Experience the newly designed forum, more lively and vivid than ever before…

As an email game with one turn a day, we give you the possibility to conduct a country that spreads fame and glory – even if you have only some minutes a day of free time to invest.

Visit us on and be part of the future of the continuous chronicles, form the future of a whole world and leave your own mark on it, so that one talks about you after centuries.

For our amiga friends: We have been trying to make the new site as compatible as possible to current amiga browsers. Unfortunately this becomes more and more difficult due to the fact that amiga browsers are technically outdated. If any problems occur, we would like to know them by sending us a screenshot and escription to
We will continue to actively support the amiga-community.

Your ToT-Team

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Re: TALES OF TAMAR - In a new dress
Posted on 25-Jul-2007 21:22:58
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The page looks good on both Ibrowse and Aweb. Just the perfect look for the style of game.

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Re: TALES OF TAMAR - In a new dress
Posted on 25-Jul-2007 22:28:01
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Joined: 1-Sep-2004
Posts: 1959
From: Suomi-Finland

Yes nice on IB. The game could be good but maybe not my thing. Loaded ok but the mousepointer was lost so is it the OSupdate again?
Register=Pay? Doesn't work?
Good to see an Amigaversion going on. I don't really have a clue about this, a role-playing game? Seen it before but forgot. (I use OS4 and July update)

Thanks for the "bump" tho, You never know;)

Edit: "Thank You for using a fast computer" - was that just a complement;)


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Re: TALES OF TAMAR - In a new dress
Posted on 26-Jul-2007 2:30:15
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Edit: Sorry I was recalling and commenting on the wrong game.


Last edited by Plaz on 26-Jul-2007 at 02:32 AM.

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