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Old 27 August 2010, 19:17   #49
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Originally Posted by NewDeli View Post
....after the successful Dragon's Lair .
Good point here too..

Dragon's Lair for the Amiga was very impressive programming.
Simon Douglas I believe...
Impressive compression and floppy routines...
And also, he did A-Max, the Macintosh emulator....
There's a guy who was cutting edge. Not just, "I'll code something that's better than you", but "I'll code something no one else (on the Amiga*) has done".

And, as mentioned above, I really like Dave Jones' stuff. Well, his Amiga stuff anyway.. ;-)


*- Yes, the Magic Sac Mac emulator for the ST came out before A-Max, and it has the best name in software history.. Magic Sac? Wow!!
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