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Announcement   Announcement : "Amiga Arena History" presentation online
   posted by AmigaACE on 15-Oct-2003 19:09:51 (1144 reads)
Amiga Arena History presentation online. Read all about the last five years, where the Amiga Arena supports the Free and Shareware base.

This presentation is made with "Hollywood" from AirSoft Softwair.
Ready for 68k AmigaOS and PPC MorphOS.
The History is only in german! But if you like to see it in English too and would like to translate it, please feel free to contact me.

Regards Olaf K. - www.amiga-arena.de
    

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