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Old 18 April 2017, 21:58   #52
michaelz
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Before a kickstart will be initiated; I would advise start the talks with for example Cloanto (who apparently owns the code for the original, copyright and the Amiga trademark) and get a written agreement for a price. This way they need to deliver if the kickstarter is successful. I would also advise to first check out what they make on Amiga Forever. Apparently they made 1 million dollar last year (check Hoover.com), but that is also for their other products. So I would estimate they make no more then a couple of ten thousand dollar a year on Amiga Forever and after discounting their costs for development licenses and legal advise, I can't imagine they make more then maybe $10-20k a year profit? Then maybe $40-60k should be a reasonable price point. But that's just a simple farmers math, not from someone with a lot of business experience.
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