Amiga demo group Void started a voting page for all Amiga users. You can
vote for your most favorite Amiga game, demo, intro, artist, etc… Amiga demo group Void is a small Amiga group with members in Norway, Greece, Sweden, Finland, South Africa, Italy and the United Kingdom. they make demos, music, graphics and so forth for the Amiga. The group is active since September 1995. Void released 5 Amiga productions at the Revision demo party 2018 in Germany.
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