Markus Tillmann informs:
Who hasn't looked into the Amiga38 Community Award Thread yet: The voting is online and we are happy about every vote at: amigaevent.de/vote
Last year we were not quite happy about the catering and the related prizes in artwork. Here we could achieve a partial success and lower the drink prices a bit:
Soft drinks and beer: 3,50 Euro
Water: 2,90 Euro
Coffee: 2,80 Euro
In addition, the following dishes are offered (new cook, better quality ):
Frikadelle with bread 3,90 Euro
Frikadelle with potato salad 4,90 Euro
Schnitzel with potato salad 6,90 Euro
Schnitzel with bread 5,90 Euro
Currywurst cut - with bread 5,90 Euro
Vegan vegetable - potato - stew 4,90 Euro
Piece of sheet cake to choose from 2,90 Euro
Please note that again only card payment will be possible!!!
Also this year a second bar will be opened, so that everything is a little bit equalized. At one bar there will be drinks, at the other the food.
We have once again checked all ticket orders and found that some were ordered several weeks ago but never paid for.
We have now released these once again. The ones now available in the store are the last ones for Amiga38.
The program for Friday evening is now set. Around 8 pm the Get Together will be opened in the upper area. From about 8:15 p.m. a small buffet and the social get-together will start. Those who have purchased a ticket for the Get Together will have three drinks (soft drinks, water, beer) included, as well as the opportunity to help themselves to the food provided:
- Wraps filled with cheese or turkey
- curry sausage
- Potato salad with a mini poultry meatball
Around 8:45 PM we will start with the Reshoot Proxima 3 Release Party and will welcome Richard Löwenstein and Martin Amann on stage. They will be joined by Michael Kafke, whose game ASM - Das Computerspiel has just been released in time for Amiga38.
Afterwards Martin Amann will provide background music.
Around 10 PM André Kudra will give a talk about the demoscene and Siegfried Kärcher will round off the evening with visual effects and sound.
On the Amiga38 stage he draws from his rich fund of demos, sound modules and memories he has collected since the 1980s. He passionately presents real-time audiovisual artworks that revolve around the Amiga and offer visitors to the show a fascinating insight into the large and creative Amiga community. His works take the audience into the world of Amiga history and show the diversity of the creative Amiga scene.
The Amiga Future 164 was released on the September 4th.