"EAB doesn't have a list like this, why don't we compile one? I'll write up the results into a proper article, Amiga Power Top 100-style, only voted for by the members here rather than argued over in arbitrary fashion by the staff of a magazine?"To ensure a bit of order and to make tallying the votes as easy as possible, a few rules have been put in place:
Vote for your own personal top ten games ONLY and in order from 1 to 10. 1st place gets 10 points, 10th gets just the one.To vote you'll need to have an account on The English Amiga Board. If you don't you'll still be able to view the thread, you just won't be able to make your voice heard.
No editing your votes please otherwise it will become a nightmare to keep track of it.
Any Amiga game counts, whether it's commerical, public domain or whatever.
As a bonus, you can optionally also vote for your worst game ever, too. Only one vote per member please and again I'll count these up separately.
Probably the most important thing to be aware of is voting closes 23:59 UK time on October 31. No votes after this date will be counted. You've not got long to go, so get voting!
After the deadline Graham intends to compile the results and write up a detailed article in time for Christmas (hopefully) to show just what members of the EAB regard as their all time favourite Amiga games.
If this year's chart's considered a success, perhaps this will become an annual event in the EAB calendar.
To cast your votes, go to http://eab.abime.net/showthread.php?t=66084
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