Thread: Amiga 2030
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Old 22 October 2019, 13:01   #43
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I see the Amiga scene in the same situation as we are now sadly, the current IP owners don’t seem to see the bigger picture with potential sales making an Amiga Mini, but would rather continue to sell a few hundred licenses, pieces of hardware and holding onto what they have rather than taking any risks of sorts.

I don’t know the sales figures of the C64 Mini but i can bet my house its more than any of the products they have released, and something like that would only bring in more potential buyers to current projects who the get a taste of what they once had and what to upgrade and play the latest games and programs, a win win situation some might say, but again they seem very reluctant to move the brand anywhere.
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