Just did my first "breaking news" post on TotalAmico . I found out that additional controllers are now available at Amazon. They're not cheap at £59.99 but I guess that price reflects the tech in them.
Preezy wrote:All that tech to play what are basically going to be low-budget mobile games?
The controllers have some cool tech that should allow developers to create some interesting stuff, Preezy! I guess the games will be relatively low-budget in comparison to, say, budgets for PS or Xbox games, but they're aimed at differing areas of the gaming market. And they'll be priced between £4 and £10, with no season passes or loot boxes :-).
My uncle who worked for Nintendo knew the Amico would be coming out all the way back in the mid-90's and hid some secret references to it somewhere after the final boss of Ocarina of Time. But they are so subtle only a Total Amico fan would ever find them!
Victor Mildew wrote:...yet I create @totalferrari and not a peep from Ian Ferrari
I actually just searched for "@totalferrari" ...
Cheeky Devlin wrote:My uncle who worked for Nintendo knew the Amico would be coming out all the way back in the mid-90's and hid some secret references to it somewhere after the final boss of Ocarina of Time...
. Plot twist: How do you think I know about this Amico stuff? thetruthbecomesknown.gif .
Jenuall wrote:Damn, if only he had hidden them on Hyrule Field!
I will look there, too .
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Genuinely a bit apprehensive about expectations of my Twitter channel. Yesterday I had about 15 followers and today there are 80 . I gotta be sharp with sharing new info as I find it!
Zilnad wrote:Just seen that The Big T shared your channel, Jawa
Yeah, I was pretty shocked! . The main Intellivision channel has, too!
Victor Mildew wrote:Jawa unwittingly doing their entire PR for free
I'm aiming to be fair about my coverage; not fawning but generally positive!
OrangeRKN wrote:Imagine if the Amico got a Fallout 3 port
Oh gee. Now that would be incred. The game probably doesn't make a perfect fit for the Amico - games will generally have small-ish file sizes, be suitable for all ages and with a "pick up and play' style - but, hey, never say never!
Victor Mildew wrote:
Robbo-92 wrote:Jawa is well on his way to get a free Amico
I’m not sure they can afford to lose such a high percentage of their sales.
They'll make up the money in software sales from our boy Jawa (pro tip for Timmy Amico, don't put any fields in your games).