No problem at all Luke. As you can imagine, the people who turn up are
Amiga buffs as well. (as well as Atari ST tut tut!)
You'r all more than welcome to attend these events thats for sure.
Dont anyone be deterred that you'r gonna get whooped - great thing
about this is that because we all live locally, we could maybe
organise regular tournaments. One other thing...because it encompasses
people from outside the UK, you could get others interested in Amiga's
But either way, regarding Kick Off 2. Please see the following link
for a rather large tournament which is going to take place in May:
If people feel that they would like to attend but want a copy of Kick
Off 2 to practice then i can supply this FOC as well.
Be wonderful if people could post their interest in that site. It
would be wonderful if we could show the Midlands is still passionate
about KO2 and Amiga's in general.
--- In midlandsamigagroup@...
> hey there,
> thanks for letting us know about that little sub culture. It's good to
> see that some of these events happen in brum. MAG might have to attend
> a few of these gatherings and see if anybody is interested in
> attending ours.
> I never actually played KO2, but was more into speedball and SWOS.
> Perhaps we can get a tournament sorted out for one of our MAG
> meetings? What do people think??