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Announcement   Announcement : Amiga Arena:Jubilee special offer together with "e.p.i.c. interactive"
   posted by AmigaACE on 14-Oct-2003 17:20:10 (1265 reads)

Together with "e.p.i.c. interactive entertainment gmbh",
the Amiga Arena enables a special offer till 22.10.2003 for:



- Simon The Sorcerer II: Eur 20,00
- Earth 2140 Pack (Full game and Mission Pack): 40,00 Eur
- The Feeble Files: Eur 30,00
- Software Tycoon: Eur 25,00

The offer is only for the AmigaOS versions valid.

For more informations please visit http://www.amiga-arena.de
    

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