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I think you mean ROUGOL :-)

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Was a fun show to attend, glad I made the long journey. The Acorn World room actually seemed far more lively than the main room, with lots of chatter compared to people just sitting quietly playing a game.

The biggest buzz I saw in the main room was when someone completed the marathon on Track & Field - 3 hours of button bashing!

For those that missed the show, Dave Moore of Retro Software and others will be bringing a subset of Acorn World along to the RISC OS London Show.

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