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News   News : Results of the Amiga Games Award 2010
   posted by Daff on 9-Feb-2011 13:43:35 (3263 reads)
On February 9th 2011, the magazine Obligement have announced the results of the Amiga Games Award 2010. This represents the best Amiga games voted by amigans on all Amiga platforms.

For AmigaOS 68k :

1. Tracker Hero (GUS Entertainment)
2. Zelda Time To Triumph (Vincent Jouillat)
3. Looking for Xmas (Joerg Renker)


For AmigaOS 4.x

1. Aquaria (Bit Blot)
2. Descent Freespace 2 (Volition / Interplay)
3. Warzone 2100 (Pumpkin Studios, Warzone Resurection Project)

For MorphOS

1. Fortis (Encore Games)
2. Aquaria (Bit Blot)
3. UFO Alien Invasion (UFO Alien Invasion Team)

For AROS

1. Aquaria (Bit Blot)
2. Quake 3 Arena (ID Software)
3. 1941 Extreme Deluxe (Badblocks, Hugues Nouvel)

More information on : http://obligement.free.fr/hitparade/award2010.php
    

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Cool_amigaN 
Re: Results of the Amiga Games Award 2010
Posted on 9-Feb-2011 16:20:09
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Apart Tracker Hero and Fortis, two original games, the above list, displays the sad state of Amiga and Amiga like platforms regarding games.

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Re: Results of the Amiga Games Award 2010
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Maybe, but we have great ports of some games (Aquaria, UFO:AI etc) at least.


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Re: Results of the Amiga Games Award 2010
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...maybe, but we also have little native games like our Bubbelshe Deluxe, Dodge these Balls (small but AMIGA games), BOH, WordMe Up... To play most games in this list i don´t need an Amiga...

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Re: Results of the Amiga Games Award 2010
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@Cool_amigaN

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Apart Tracker Hero and Fortis, two original games, the above list, displays the sad state of Amiga and Amiga like platforms regarding games.


I hope to be able to give another little contribution to improve the situation: I'm working on a new game for AOS4 (Huenison: devlog, gameplay video part 1, gameplay video 2), although lately development stopped because, among other things, I reworked SCRAMBLY DV and also started reworking MeMO QE (this is going to look very different and it shouldn't take longer than 1 or 2 weeks). The biggest obstacle will be life: I'm looking for a job abroad (BTW, has anybody anything for me? ) and relocating will surely delay the development even more.

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Congratulations for Mariusz "MDW" Włodarczyk and his Fortis.


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@imagodespira
A bit offtopic, but any luck to have any new game from you ?:) While those 2 which you mention can be not so compilcated, they still very professional and modern done. I see in your blog that you release Ice Crush 10.000 B.C. for Android, it is possible to have aos4 version ? And what about Frog and me:Pirate games, have any progress with ?


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Hi, we are working on all titles for Amiga. At this time we must finish some things for Windows Phone 7 and Android, then our focus will be Amiga. There is also coming a Tower Defense Game, we also hope to bring all things soon as possible...


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The last time I remember playing any computer game it was Railroad Tycoon on my A2000 060 years ago. I haven't played any on my A4000 or my AmigaOne. Nor any Gates Crate games. I guess I am just not much of a game player. I am glad people are working on them though. One day the bug will bite me again.

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@imagodespira

A bit off topic again, only to say that i LOVE your themes, would be awesome if you can contact the Friedens bros to be able to integrate it on the next update 3


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Apart Tracker Hero and Fortis, two original games, the above list, displays the sad state of Amiga and Amiga like platforms regarding games.


Dont forget "Looking for Christmas" That is Amiga Original too done with Hollywood for Amiga Christmas Tree game competition.

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Respect for Mariusz, Fortis looks really awesome!
Encore pany!


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