• Where are you

    From Lee Benson@1:2320/100 to All on Wed Oct 8 08:59:04 2008
    I know there is still some Amiga Computer users still out there.

    I would like to hear for you. Step forward and say hello to me.

    Lets keep the true Amiga alive.


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  • From Greg Goodwin@1:2320/100 to Lee.benson@familynet-International. on Fri Oct 10 04:20:06 2008
    Well I'm with an Amiga group here in Dallas Texas. How about you?

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  • From Lee Benson@1:2320/100 to Greg Goodwin on Sat Oct 11 09:05:28 2008
    Greg:

    Well I'm in Tucson Az. Back in the 80's thru the early 90's we had a great Users group here in Tucson The Catalina Computer Club. It was true CBM
    club. We had sigs for Commodore 64-128 and Amiga. About 450 members in
    it's hayday. I was even a past President. No active Amiga user group at all
    in Tucson Az anymore.

    I don't use my Amiga's to much anymore. I use my A-4000 for some word processing and still enjoy a lot of the music Mods make on Amiga and just
    love to play the music on a real Amiga.

    My inventory of operating Amiga's is as follows.
    A-4000 with O.S 3.9, A-2000, A-1200 and A-500.

    Still enjoy the great playable games made on the Amiga platform.

    Thats it for now.

    Lee



    On 10/10/2008 4:20 AM, Greg Goodwin wrote to LEE.BENSON@familynet-international.:

    Well I'm with an Amiga group here in Dallas Texas. How about you?

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  • From Lee Benson@1:2320/100 to Strahinja Bojovic on Sat Oct 11 18:42:32 2008
    On 10/11/2008 9:46 PM, Strahinja Bojovic wrote to Lee Benson:

    Yes, Shadow of the Beast was and all time favorite. There was also Beast II and III I didn't like them as much. By the way Shadow of the Beast will only play and my A-500 with 1 Meg of memory and it will play on my A-2000 this
    has 1.3 Roms onboard. Turkikan was great too.

    Do you remember R-Type? another good game.

    Do you use a Amiga emulator at all?

    Ok well I'm off to fire up my A-500 and play Shadow of the Beast on my real Amiga.

    Lee



    I remember the game called Shadow of the beast. It was great! And
    Turikan! I had a500 with 1mb of RAM those days and ASM programming
    knowledge. Great, great times.


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  • From Strahinja Bojovic@1:2320/100 to Lee Benson on Sat Oct 11 21:46:32 2008
    love to play the music on a real Amiga.

    My inventory of operating Amiga's is as follows.
    A-4000 with O.S 3.9, A-2000, A-1200 and A-500.

    Still enjoy the great playable games made on the Amiga platform.

    I remember the game called Shadow of the beast. It was great! And
    Turikan! I had a500 with 1mb of RAM those days and ASM programming
    knowledge. Great, great times.


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  • From Strahinja Bojovic@1:2320/100 to Lee Benson on Sun Oct 12 16:49:34 2008
    On 10/11/2008 9:46 PM, Strahinja Bojovic wrote to Lee Benson:

    Yes, Shadow of the Beast was and all time favorite. There was also Beast II

    And it had a great music.

    Do you remember R-Type? another good game.

    Huh, I remember the title but not the game. Shooting right?

    Do you use a Amiga emulator at all?

    Nope. I tryied UAE but the real thing is to have Amiga and
    to insert disks in it. :)

    Ok well I'm off to fire up my A-500 and play Shadow of the Beast on my real LB>Amiga.

    And I will buy one :) I liked intros and demos on amiga. They were
    great! Skid Row had some good ones.

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  • From Lee Benson@1:2320/100 to Strahinja Bojovic on Tue Oct 14 15:24:02 2008
    On 10/12/2008 4:49 PM, Strahinja Bojovic wrote to Lee Benson:


    On 10/11/2008 9:46 PM, Strahinja Bojovic wrote to Lee Benson:

    Yes, Shadow of the Beast was and all time favorite. There was also
    Beast II

    And it had a great music.

    Do you remember R-Type? another good game.

    Huh, I remember the title but not the game. Shooting right?

    Do you use a Amiga emulator at all?

    Nope. I tryied UAE but the real thing is to have Amiga and
    to insert disks in it. :)

    Ok well I'm off to fire up my A-500 and play Shadow of the Beast on
    my real
    Amiga.

    And I will buy one :) I liked intros and demos on amiga. They were
    great! Skid Row had some good ones.

    Yes Shadow of the Beast had great music. Your right R-Type was a shooting game.

    Skid Row did a lot of good demos. They also did a lot of trainers etc.

    Here is another game that was a favorite of mine.

    It was called Unreal. Do you remember it? It is another game that ran well
    on the A-500 but you had to have the 1meg agnus chip along with the ram expander.

    Lee
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  • From Lee Benson@1:2320/100 to Strahinja Bojovic on Sun Oct 26 09:59:30 2008
    Your right R-Type was a shooting game. Lots of fun.

    Do you still have your A-500?

    You might want to call Smoke Signals BBS.

    http://www.ss-bbs.com or telnet://ss-bbs.com

    There is over 5000 amiga files on line.



    On 10/12/2008 4:49 PM, Strahinja Bojovic wrote to Lee Benson:

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    On 10/11/2008 9:46 PM, Strahinja Bojovic wrote to Lee Benson:

    Yes, Shadow of the Beast was and all time favorite. There was also
    Beast II

    And it had a great music.

    Do you remember R-Type? another good game.

    Huh, I remember the title but not the game. Shooting right?

    Do you use a Amiga emulator at all?

    Nope. I tryied UAE but the real thing is to have Amiga and
    to insert disks in it. :)

    Ok well I'm off to fire up my A-500 and play Shadow of the Beast on
    my real
    Amiga.

    And I will buy one :) I liked intros and demos on amiga. They were
    great! Skid Row had some good ones.


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  • From Strahinja Bojovic@1:2320/100 to Lee Benson on Mon Oct 27 07:24:22 2008
    Your right R-Type was a shooting game. Lots of fun.

    Do you still have your A-500?

    No :( But I would like to have one. Maybe I'll buy it.

    You might want to call Smoke Signals BBS.

    I did.

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  • From Andy Ball@1:2320/100 to Lee Benson on Sat Nov 1 20:13:28 2008
    Hello Lee,

    LB> I would like to hear for you. Step forward and say
    > hello to me.

    "hello to me".

    - Andy Ball

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  • From Orange@1:2320/100 to On Wed, 08 Oct 2008 08:52:02 +0200, on Mon Nov 3 13:48:26 2008
    From: orange <orange47@gmail.com>
    Reply-To: orange47@gmail.com

    On Wed, 08 Oct 2008 08:52:02 +0200, LEE BENSON <LEE.BENSON@f3.n311.z1.fidonet.org> wrote:

    I know there is still some Amiga Computer users still out there.

    I would like to hear for you. Step forward and say hello to me.

    Lets keep the true Amiga alive.



    yes, there are many Amiga users but unfortunately most moved from
    Usenet to forums like www.amiga.org or www.amigaworld.net
    I'm in Belgrade, Serbia.

    hello :)

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  • From Strahinja Bojovic@1:2320/100 to Orange on Mon Nov 3 16:49:34 2008
    <LEE.BENSON@f3.n311.z1.fidonet.org> wrote:

    I know there is still some Amiga Computer users still out there.

    I would like to hear for you. Step forward and say hello to me.

    Lets keep the true Amiga alive.



    yes, there are many Amiga users but unfortunately most moved from
    Usenet to forums like www.amiga.org or www.amigaworld.net
    I'm in Belgrade, Serbia.

    Then you can read fido on vortex.redirectme.net? BBS located in Novi
    Sad? :)


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  • From Orange@1:2320/100 to On Mon, 03 Nov 2008 16:49:32 +0100, on Tue Nov 4 10:38:10 2008
    From: orange <orange47@gmail.com>
    Reply-To: orange47@gmail.com

    On Mon, 03 Nov 2008 16:49:32 +0100, Strahinja Bojovic <Strahinja.Bojovic@vortex.fido.org.yu> wrote:

    <LEE.BENSON@f3.n311.z1.fidonet.org> wrote:

    I know there is still some Amiga Computer users still out there.

    I would like to hear for you. Step forward and say hello to me.

    Lets keep the true Amiga alive.



    yes, there are many Amiga users but unfortunately most moved from >OR>Usenet to forums like www.amiga.org or www.amigaworld.net
    I'm in Belgrade, Serbia.

    Then you can read fido on vortex.redirectme.net? BBS located in Novi
    Sad? :)


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    koirstim SetNet news server za ovu grupu a ne znam sta ti je 'vortex.redirectme.net'.
    Inace, razmisljam se da i ja pokrenem BBS na Amigi, jel taj amiekspres
    moze da se poveze u SetNet?


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