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Old 24 December 2013, 20:38   #21
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Thank you Santa Claus for Putty Squad.
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Old 24 December 2013, 21:24   #22
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Thank you Santa Claus for Putty Squad.
Santa had fuck all to do with it
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Old 24 December 2013, 21:28   #23
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Thank you Stingray and all the other Whdload-makers!

And ofcoz RetroPlay.
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Old 24 December 2013, 21:55   #24
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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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Old 24 December 2013, 21:57   #25
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I'm not one for top of the pops style lists as I strongly believe that each and every one of you involved with the Amiga scene in every shape and form, either in the past, present and of course, the future (long live the Amiga!), deserves full credits and eternal thanks.

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Old 25 December 2013, 01:36   #26
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Thanks for those who have mentioned me in their comments, that's really appreciated

I would like to especially thank:

Predseda - for his continuing dedication to the Remainder Software cause and the enthusiasm and ideas that have helped massively progress our new game.

Mihcael - for helping to run the EAB/Lemon Super League and Knockout competitions and filling in for me (along with Biscuit earlier this year) during the increasingly numerous times I've gone missing at round change time - as well as the hard work behind the scenes on the scoring system and the like which has been a huge help.

Lifeschool - for being a big supporter of the competition and showing loads of enthusiasm for it, as well as the brilliant Lemon Amiga YouTube videos of so many games - they are a joy to watch so seek them out if you haven't already.

Lielo - for the impressive work on Final Fight AGA in Blitz and for being the only person from here I have so far met in real life! It was a good evening and we should do it again soon when things settle down again.

And anybody still involved in the Amiga scene - the ever-busy world of game development - and especially Spud for writing the best new game of the year - in particular. It has been fantastic to see so many projects finished and loads more still to come. Also anyone involved in the emulation field, WHDLoad, magazine/book writing/publishing, website developers, tools and utilities... well, pretty much anything that keeps the scene alive and kicking. It seems so vibrant these days.

And a big thanks to RCK and all the mods here for doing a brilliant job in keeping this place running, I know how hard it can be and how much time it needs so it's really appreciated.

And of course, an extra big thanks to System 3 and Galahad for the amazing work on getting Putty Squad released, as well as all those who also helped in some way... fantastic, and it is massively appreciated and respected, well done guys!
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Old 25 December 2013, 04:10   #27
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thank you to all the guys wo worked on the release of the putty squad :
Cody Jarrett
Thank to Sytem 3 too and specially john Twiddy, you are amazing and i hope other company will do the same because others amiga gems are in the nature, the only question for these unreleased games is are they still working ???
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Old 25 December 2013, 08:37   #28
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A big thankyou to eab and all its members, for making me re-ignite my Amiga interest again.
Big thanks to Alexh for his expert help regarding my CDTV
And to ToniW who has given us.. for free one of the best emulators on the Planet.
To Jens and his wonderful products that will see the Amiga only gain more
people to our community
And also to the traders like Amigakit who feed our hunger and serve us well.
Heres to the next 20 years !

" Live Long and Prosper"

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