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Offline Daff

Update of the Amiga Games List
« on: January 08, 2008, 03:59:04 PM »
The 37th edition of the Amiga Games List is now online. It contains 12673 entries (1000+ more in comparison to the latest edition). The Amiga Games List contains all games (natives or interpreted), level editors, games editors, data discs, extensions and interpreters that run on an Amiga platform : Classic AmigaOS, OS4, MorphOS, AROS, 1000CS, CD32, CDTV,...

The changes of this edition are :

- The list contains 12673 entries.
- The list is now in english.
- Addition of a help page (you can contribute at the list).
- Split of the "Developers / Editors" column into two new column : "Developers" (the one who create the game) and "Publishers" (the one who publish the game).
- In the "RTG" column, addition of the mention "(RTG)" to indicate partially RTG games or which could run on graphic board but which requires confirmation.
- In the "License" column, addition of the GPL3 license.
- Programs requiring a postcard or a specific object (chocolate, model railroad,...) are not included any more in the "freeware" license but in the "giftware" license.
- In the "Language" column, addition of games created with LUA, GrimE, AmigaDOS, Parallaction and Scala.
- In the "Language" column, engines/interpreters/constructors are between brackets to differentiate them from real programming languages.

Link : http://obligement.free.fr/articles/listejeuxamiga.php
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Offline weirdami

Re: Update of the Amiga Games List
« Reply #1 on: January 09, 2008, 08:35:04 AM »
yay english!!!!  :devildance:


Oh, hey, I remember find out who the author was for "Adventures Through Time : The Scavenger Hunt" years ago just by doing some searching around. I think it was before google, though, so maybe it'll be easier these days. I don't remember who it is.
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Offline Daff

Re: Update of the Amiga Games List
« Reply #2 on: January 09, 2008, 07:51:25 PM »
Ok, seems to be Keith Golden.
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Offline weirdami

Re: Update of the Amiga Games List
« Reply #3 on: January 09, 2008, 08:16:11 PM »
Aurum softwars, Keith Golden. I sense a trend. :-)
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Offline espertus

Re: Update of the Amiga Games List
« Reply #4 on: June 01, 2008, 01:30:11 AM »
Congratulations on spotting the link between "Aurum" and "Golden"!  

I'm the proud wife [http://people.mills.edu/spertus/Wedding/wedding.html] of Keith Golden.  In case you're curious, he started Aurum after graduating from high school.  He went on to get a PhD in computer science and work for NASA and then Google, where he works on Google Maps [http://pcweenies.net/2008/03/14/guest-star-keith-golden/].

We're happy to help people past the copy protection in his game.  (My email is my first name followed by my last name at gmail.com.  Keith's not so good about answering his email.)

Ellen Spertus