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Jake R

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« on: January 16, 2010, 14:09:51 »

OHAI!

... sorry, just came from ICanHasCheezburger and that was the most cheerful opening I could come up with.

I'm new. To this place, to tracking, to creating music digitally, to chiptunes and I'm afraid I am a bit new to life as well, as the Amiga outdates me by too much for me to remember it. I started with a NES at age 5, not counting the *86 machines at age 3 that my granddad took home with him from work (being the chief of storage for a big computer company, he had this privilege).

More about me: Dutch, 23, kinda stereotypical nerd guy (games, computer science student, D&D, you name it... I'm even staffmember for one of the biggest Dutch anime conventions). I know how to use google, but that won't stop me from asking questions if I think others answering it would take just a fraction of the time I'd need to look it up. Similarly, I will try to answer questions if I know the answer and happen to come across the question. Lending a hand hardly ever hurt anybody =)
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« Reply #1 on: January 16, 2010, 14:27:33 »

Hi Jake and welcome to the forums! :)
The Amiga certainly doesn't outdate you, you just did something wrong in the past! :P  I'm even younger than you but my first contact with the amiga scene was around 2004-2005, I think. Very late, but still possible! :D
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« Reply #2 on: January 16, 2010, 15:03:54 »

Okay, it's prime time then. Back when games were created to run natively on it by big companies. Well, big back then... it wasn't the multi-million-dollar business it is now ^_^'

Thanks for the welcome, in any case. =)

As for "it's still possible": I believe at least 1 other here is either Dutch or Belgian, judging by the Kabouter Wesley icon he uses... maybe, if one day I want to find myself some of that epic retro gear, I'll poke around a bit. It's very hard to find anything like it without using the internet around here, it seems. I still have an old Gameboy somewhere, I believe it still works too, and my NES sure works without problems, but that's about it. =P
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« Reply #3 on: January 16, 2010, 15:21:47 »

Hehe, well the Kabouter Wesley thing is more like a "meme" currently... :P
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« Reply #4 on: January 18, 2010, 09:09:53 »

Hi, welcome to the forums.


Re:As for "it's still possible": I believe at least 1 other here is either Dutch or Belgian

I'm English :-) I happen to live in .nl though.

Woolters and Alpha_C on the other hand are nationals.
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