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Software News   Software News : Results of the Amiga Games Award 2014
   posted by Daff on 7-Feb-2015 14:49:02 (2334 reads)
On February 7th 2015, the magazine Obligement announced the results of the Amiga Games Award 2014. This represents the best Amiga games voted by Amigans from all Amiga platforms.

AmigaOS 68k :

1. Tales Of Gorluth: The Tear Stone Saga (Amiworx Software (Patrick Nevian))
2. Renegade Deluxe 2014 (Kevin Darbyshire, Wayne Ashworth)
3. Smurf Rescue (Mikael Persson)

AmigaOS 4.x :

1. Star Wars Jedi Knight: Jedi Academy (Raven Software / LucasArts)
2. Star Wars Jedi Knight 2: Jedi Outcast (Raven Software / LucasArts)
3. Ace Of Hearts (Cherry Darling)

MorphOS :

1. Star Wars Jedi Knight: Jedi Academy (Raven Software / LucasArts)
2. Star Wars Jedi Knight 2: Jedi Outcast (Raven Software / LucasArts)
3. Amazing Voxel Bird Saga (Cherry Darling)

AROS :

1. Star Wars Jedi Knight: Jedi Academy (Raven Software / LucasArts)
2. Star Wars Jedi Knight 2: Jedi Outcast (Raven Software / LucasArts)
3. Amazing Voxel Bird Saga (Cherry Darling)

More information on : http://obligement.free.fr/hitparade/award2014.php
    

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Re: Results of the Amiga Games Award 2014
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Star Wars Jedi Knight: Jedi Academy was also my favourite game in year 2014... on Windows.

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Svar ? Starwars to amiga os 4.1

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Too ports and nothing Amiga 100% original.


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Templario : there was lots of original games in 2014 : Tales Of Gorluth, Renegade Deluxe 2014, Smurf Rescue, Ace Of Hearts, Amazing Voxel Bird Saga, Centron 3D, Did IT Came From The Desert, Donkey Downfall, Flappy Bird, Love Dungeon, Marco Gregorio's Adventures to Unusual Places, SpiderCave, SuperTed, Who Becomes Amiga Guru?, Ask Me Up XXL 2, ...

Why game ports often wins Amiga Games Award ? Simply because create an original game takes time/money/energy. And when a coder ports something, it's often good stuff (no time waste with lame software).

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Why game ports often wins Amiga Games Award ? Simply because create an original game takes time/money/energy. And when a coder ports something, it's often good stuff (no time waste with lame software).


For a very simple reason: from a technical POV there's no chance for individual/little projects to compete with games written by a whole team of paid coders, graphicians, musicians and marketing gurus. Given that I generally don't follow so much these 'awards', I hereby suggest to split the contest into categories. "Ports from mainstream releases" and "Amiga indie scene" might be two.

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@paolone
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I hereby suggest to split the contest into categories. "Ports from mainstream releases" and "Amiga indie scene" might be two.


I'll second that motion. While I do like the ports of old high-budget games that we're getting, it's important to recognise few the Amiga indie releases that we get.

At least Cherry Darling's games made it to spot #3 for the 3 NG platforms.

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