HOL to setup links to Guardians

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HOL to setup links to Guardians

Postby Goldrunner » Mon Mar 23, 2009 1:19 pm

We had a bit of good news last friday when it was agreed with the Hall Of Light (HOL) administrators that links from HOL should be setup with Guardians. While under development we routinly added a link to HOL to most of our software entries since its undoubtly the premiere Amiga site, it was also one of the few sites that actually inspired parts of Guardians design. Both the Amiga and ST share a lot of the same software so this was linking we wanted the most from a different platform. I will let everyone here know when these software links are done!

Also, we would like to thank Rainbird Richard for allowing us to link all our Firebird and Rainbird software to his excellent site, The Bird Santuary. Due to this we are busy adding these games to the site, the lastest being Flying Shark, First Contact, and Weird Dreams, all of which now link to the Santuary. We still have a fair way to go since this was one prolithic company. The insights and memories from people who actually worked on the games makes this site one of the best (of its kind) on the internet, IHO.

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Re: HOL to setup links to Guardians

Postby CodyJarrett » Mon Mar 30, 2009 12:41 am

We've just made the HOL/Guardians links live!

http://hol.abime.net/hol_search.php?N_nb_guardians=yes

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Re: HOL to setup links to Guardians

Postby Marakatti » Mon Mar 30, 2009 6:36 am

Thank you. HOL really is the best Amiga website there is and it makes me happy to see Amiga and ST sites doing cooperation :)
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