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Old 22 December 2013, 19:22   #1
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this year, you want to thank ?

This is near the end of the year, it's time to thanks the guys who did this amiga year better !
i want to thanks :
1) Leilo for is great job with final fight aga, he works hard to give us one of the best final fight conversion...
2) Toni willen for the great improvements in winuae and the patience with me and others. winuae never was so near to emulate every games or demo can't wait to see what's next.
3) Nova coder with all his works on sdl amiga ports with aga support, just incredible work, thank you nova
4) Musashi5150 fro helping Leilo and me to find this book : Mastering Amiga programing Secrets. Its will help to improve final fight aga. thank you
5) dlfsilver , thank you my friend for your help with final fight arcade rip.
6) s3225, this guy is an amiga games encyclopedia, every time i ask something he is the first to answer thank you guy.
7) graham humphrey for his works with the amiga games competition even if i didn't participate this year.
8) Meynaf for his great work on atari st conversion for the amiga
I surely forget someones, sorry guys.

PS: it's a good place for you to do the same if you want.2013 was a good amiga year !

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Old 22 December 2013, 19:46   #2
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This is near the end of the year, it's time to thanks the guys who did this amiga year better !
i want to thanks :

2) Toni willen for the great improvements in winuae and the patience with me and others. winuea never was so near to emulate every games
+1 and also major thanks to Frode Solheim for bringing WinUAE's quality of emulation to Linux.
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Old 22 December 2013, 19:50   #3
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+1 and also major thanks to Frode Solheim for bringing WinUAE's quality of emulation to Linux.
Oh yes, with FS-UAE Thank you Mr Solheim

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Old 23 December 2013, 01:32   #4
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And i wanted to thank again all the guys who did good new amiga games this year !!! Thank you guys !
The amiga still very alive this year, even if i don't have the place in my house to have one running.
But hopefully we have winuae, without winuae i couldn't be here.
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Old 23 December 2013, 01:54   #5
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What?

Not RCK, the EAB mods et al for creating the best Amiga websites on the planet? Tut Tut!!
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Old 23 December 2013, 02:00   #6
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Come on, you can not make a list like that and forget PeterK. He has done the best improvement ever made for the icons... yes, those tiny things you use to click on your desktop.

And what happens with Majsta and the Vampire?

Jens and the ACA500?

But I'm forgetting more I'm sure.

I take the opportunity to thank Thomas for his help with a lot of software problems, his programs, etc.

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Old 23 December 2013, 08:20   #7
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Good thread, its good for featuring the years highlights, some that I wasn't aware of. I am really impressed with Frodes work on Fs UAE, it brings a slick looking GUI to Amiga emulator.
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Old 23 December 2013, 12:28   #8
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I have to thanks everyone who contributed missing stuff for HOL. Without you the database wouldn't be so good as it is now...
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Old 23 December 2013, 20:41   #9
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Come on, you can not make a list like that and forget PeterK. He has done the best improvement ever made for the icons... yes, those tiny things you use to click on your desktop.

And what happens with Majsta and the Vampire?

Jens and the ACA500?

But I'm forgetting more I'm sure.

I take the opportunity to thank Thomas for his help with a lot of software problems, his programs, etc.
That's why you are here guys, to continue the list.
My own was from what i feel... I'm happy you contribute to this thread... it's time to thanks all the guys who keep alive the amiga community.
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Old 23 December 2013, 20:56   #10
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Personally:

Boboo for the new Furia turbo board for our little Amiga 600s.
Dave DeSade and Graham Humphrey for enthusiasm and letting me work in Dpaint again.
Amigakit for their long term community support and for their durability.
All those people who just dont give up and develop new hardware and software for Amigas and did not just switched to passive emulation.

And RCK, of course.

Thank you all.
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Old 23 December 2013, 21:43   #11
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Ian Gledhill for the amazing job he did recapping my three miggys.
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Old 23 December 2013, 22:49   #12
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Well , as i'm more in games than in hardware i will first thank Stingray for all the whdload patches he did and will do , Cfou , Galahad , Codetapper (always waiting MegArts Hockey )....

Then RCK of course , Amigakit and all this fantastic Amiga Comunauty , a lot of persons here are really nice , thanks for that !!

Merry Christmas to everyone !
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Old 24 December 2013, 00:30   #13
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Thanks to Majsta for creating first FPGA accelerator but hopefully someone can make usable core for it soon.
Personal thank you to amigakit for taking my ACA620 for fixing even I bought it in Vesallia. You know you got customer for life now.
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Old 24 December 2013, 01:34   #14
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We would like to thank all our regular customers. Without you, we would not be here. Your custom is appreciated greatly June 2014 will be our ten year anniversary.

Happy Christmas
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Old 24 December 2013, 02:12   #15
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Most of all I would like to thank RCK, the Abime staff, and everyone here on EAB for keeping the best classic Amiga sites going.
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Old 24 December 2013, 13:40   #16
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What?

Not RCK, the EAB mods et al for creating the best Amiga websites on the planet? Tut Tut!!
indeed. RCK can go straight to the top of the Eiffel tower for a cup of tea and scone (with clotted cream and jam) in the style of Rick Dangerous
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I'd like to continue to thank Toni Wilen (thats with one 'L') for all his hard work. He keeps improving his UAE package so much that my guide videos are always out of date. The CD support is now terrific.

Thanks to whoever finally got the ATR Whdload package working after being in limbo for years. And to all those who continue to make WHDload so great, including Jahn Bert (wepl), Codetapper and Stingray. Fingers crossed for a full Take 'Em Out game next year.

Thanks to Graham Humphrey for Downfall and the awesome games competition, plus being an approachable and friendly mod. Good luck with your latest adventure game.

Finally, thanks to All the supporters of the Amiga and those who run blogs and amiga web site, especially Christian Clark (AmigaPD.com), Rob Hazelby (Amiga blogger) and Adrian Simpson (cody jarrett) and RCK for Hol.

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Old 24 December 2013, 17:43   #18
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i want to thank system 3 , can't wait to play Putty Squad after all these years of waiting !!!
I said before that the year 2013 was a good year for the amiga community but with this release, it's even better !
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Galahad deserves a huge thank you for getting Putty Squad for us all, and for stringing everyone along so well for the last month or so!
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Thanks to Graham Humphrey for Downfall and the awesome games competition, plus being an approachable and friendly mod. Good luck with your latest adventure game.
And thanks for a bloody fine review in Amiga Future, Graham

Looking forward to your new game in 2014
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