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    MyAmiga.co.uk

    Managed to stumble across this site. Uses a little too much pastel colours for my liking but has a huga amount of tips and cheats for Amiga games.
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    Very pale design. Definitely needs something bold to make it stand out a bit.

    I had a quick look at the content and it all seems to be from the LSD doc disks.

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    I don't have any of the LSD disks so i didn't know that one. The Frontier tip is one i didn't know about though and it's not even cheating (apart from the mining laser and Phobos bit).
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    I've got all of the LSD doc disks, and all of the other series of doc disks lines up to add to the site as soon as I get the time. Most of the text based games manuals are from them, as are the cheats/tips already on the site.

    They were a great resource back in the day, and a great source of content for the site.
    Last edited by Harrison; 11th June 2008 at 08:07.

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    I found this site last month, they have the walkthroughs for the 'Relics od Deldroneye' series. I think I linked to it from those pages on the main site.

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