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Announcement   Announcement : Amiga Flame on the Move
   posted by AF on 31-Aug-2003 14:46:38 (1742 reads)
Amiga Flame, which has since 1996 provided up-to-date games news and in more recent times covered developments in the creative arena has a new web address.

The Demon account is to fade out of existence to be placed by the new website. Further changes are expected to be implemented such as the expansion and redevelopment of aspects of the website over the course of the next twelve months. Hopefully by the completion of these changes Amiga Flame will become a more active website in which gamers will not only be able to find the latest games news but also play a greater role in making the news and having their say as to which games they like or look forward to.

Please update your bookmarks now.

Philip Cosby
New Amiga Flame Website

BTW news of Emerald Imaging's latest project HyperCannon has been posted.


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Re: Amiga Flame on the Move
Posted on 31-Aug-2003 18:13:56
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Philip has been providing a great service for years, before most Amiga people were even on the net!

It's good to see that Amiga Flame will continue.

Good luck for the future.

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Re: Amiga Flame on the Move
Posted on 31-Aug-2003 21:47:18
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Joined: 18-Dec-2002
Posts: 5646
From: Italy

Yes AmigaFlame was a great site for years, adn i'm happy to see it again. I suggest a lifting for the website, new hml and new graphics

Good luck

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Re: Amiga Flame on the Move
Posted on 1-Sep-2003 1:21:08
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Joined: 9-Jan-2003
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From: Azjol-Nerub

I've always loved Amiga Flame. During the dark years of the late nineties (when I went the Windows route) Amiga Flame used to be the only amiga site I used to visit to keep abreast of amiga developments. Great to see it still going strong.

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Re: Amiga Flame on the Move
Posted on 1-Sep-2003 12:09:51
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I really hope the design will be changed. It's actually the only reason why I don't go there to read news - it makes my eyes sore.

It's looked like that for as long as I can remember :(

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Re: Amiga Flame on the Move
Posted on 6-Sep-2003 1:20:04
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I agree Trezzer, a bit more eye candyish stuff is needed on the site. Like more inviting colours and stuff.


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