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Miscellaneous News   Miscellaneous News : Famous Amiga Uses updated!
   posted by Bobben on 18-Dec-2013 12:56:22 (1839 reads)
After four years the Famous Amiga Uses list has been updated again, just in time for the holidays

You can find the list here:

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Re: Famous Amiga Uses updated!
Posted on 18-Dec-2013 17:38:05
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One famous dutch movie is missing: All Stars

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Re: Famous Amiga Uses updated!
Posted on 18-Dec-2013 17:49:35
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maybe i am dyslexia

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Re: Famous Amiga Uses updated!
Posted on 18-Dec-2013 21:40:43
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Darn, the weblink is not there!
Don`t the moderators see if it`s missing? And I guess they are the only ones who can edit this post?

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Re: Famous Amiga Uses updated!
Posted on 20-Dec-2013 8:13:29
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Military use cases a bit hard to spot.
Are they missing?

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Re: Famous Amiga Uses updated!
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I don't see Quantum Apocalypse in the movies section.

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Re: Famous Amiga Uses updated!
Posted on 20-Dec-2013 22:00:39
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I will add Xtro2 movie where Amigas were all over the laboratory with Workbench 1.3 [I think] trying to start a sequence to kill a monster. It was a good B-class movie that was supposed to copy Aliens movie as much as possible :) I even had original video tape as I used to be a great Aliens fat :)

Edit: I've just found full movie on Youtube... I was wrong. It was another B-class movie I can`t remember right now, it was standing next to Xtro... Some kind of genetic mutations or so in the movie. Damn it was long time ago...

edit2: Yes I've found it:

Movie name is "Metamorphosis: The Alien Factor" - look here:

Amiga500 defitinely inside the movie :)

I remember seeing somewhere Workbench but I couldn`t find it by quick overlook on Youtube... :)

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