View Full Version : Finally got a room!

6th September 2007, 20:51
The landlord came and collected some of his rubbish, and ment the spare room was a bot free(er) managed to get a couple of mattresses up into the loft and sort some of the rubbish out.

Now have enough room for the kids to stay in, and for the Amigas! :p


6th September 2007, 21:41
Good work!

6th September 2007, 22:51
Is always great to finally have space to set everything up permanently. Now all you need to do is convince the children that the loft would be a nice place to sleep, then you will have even more room! ;)

8th September 2007, 11:02
Love it!

Always nice to see an Amiga setup. Far too many times we hear of stories about wives and girlfriends insisting the Amiga collection has to go, even though they've got a far bigger shoe collection!

Now all you need is a few retro posters just to add a little colour to your new found 'miggy shrine.

8th September 2007, 12:48
Far too many times we hear of stories about wives and girlfriends insisting the Amiga collection has to go, even though they've got a far bigger shoe collection!

Hehe! That is for sure something that we can agree on. ;)

Anyway, congratulations with plenty of room for your Amiga stuff! Cool to see that the Amigas are back in action. :thumbs:

In one of the pictures of your original software, is there an original of UFO: Enemy Unknown I can spot there? That's a fantastic game.

8th September 2007, 14:54
What's the deal with multiple copies of MK2 and Super Skidmarks?

10th September 2007, 12:13
I noticed that. Four copies of Skidmarks no less!

Although saying that I think I have a few copies of that game too. I've been sent a few boxed games collections over the years with the game included, plus I already owned the ECS and AGA versions of each version too.

Demon Cleaner
10th September 2007, 12:17
I didn't even know that Theme Park was released for Amiga, I had the PC version. Great game btw.

10th September 2007, 12:27
Yeah, Theme Park was released on a lot of formats including Amiga. The Amiga and DOS versions were the original two released on 1994, and the game was then ported to many other formats in 1995 including all the consoles at the time (Genesis, SNES, Jaguar, PSX, Saturn, Sega CD etc...).

There were three versions released on the Amiga. ECS, AGA and CD32. I think I remember the AGA version was released first and then the ECS version came later when Bullfrog realised there was enough demand for it. The AGA and CD32 versions even included the same 3D rendered intro as the 3D0 version, and the 3D rollercoaster part where you could ride your rollercoaster once you built it.

20th September 2007, 20:32
Yes original UFO. 2 copys of skidmarks, one super skidmarks and then the data discs. There is also 2 copies of BA Steel Sky as well. the MK2 are missing discs, but I get multi boxed games when I buy Amigas. there is also a large packing box of loose discs as well on the side.