Category:Kick Off History
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- November 12 : Spyros Paraschis is the Winner of the 7th World Cup
- November 10-11 : World Cup in Rome, Italy.
- Gianni Torchio release new KOA Stadium graphics for Kick Off 2 competition version new boards, stands and benches.
- Steve Camber relase 0,82 to 0,99 of the Kick Off 2 competition version.
- Gianluca Troiano release beta 0,8 of the Kick Off 2 remake Throw in.
- October 29 : Spyros Paraschis is the Winner of the 6th World Cup
- Steve Camber relase 0,77 to 0,91 of the Kick Off 2 competition version.
- Gianluca Troiano release beta 0,71 of the Kick Off 2 remake Throw in.
- November 14 : Gianluca Troiano is the Winner of the 5th World Cup
- November 12-13 : World Cup V in Cologne, Germany
- August 25, 2005 - New www.ko-gathering.com site based on wiki engine derived from Wikickoff goes live!
- August 5, 2005 - Kick Off 2 competition version has finally included all the official World cup settings as default (on loading). International teams now appear as default team skills and teams get reset to their default settings before every match but not Player Manager teams!
- August 4, 2005 - Kick Off 2 World Cup 2005 has broken the 50 competitors barrier, meaning it`s broken the 2004 record with still over 3 month to the World Cup.
- July: James Beard win the 2005 UK Championship
- July: the 2005 UK Championship is the first competition played with the Kick Off 2 competition version
- May 6: WinUAE 1.0 released
- April: Steve Camber started work on the Kick Off 2 competition version
- March: Angelo Scotto and Filippo Della Bianca start work on Wikickoff
- November 14 : Gianluca Troiano is the Winner of the 4th World Cup
- November 13-14 : World Cup IV in Milan, Italy destroyed every record of all previous gatherings: 43 players from 9 countries.
- June 15th: Abundant Software Signs Deal with DC Studios for new Football Game. Dino Dini himself will direct the new project working with DC personnel on site at Bristol.
- March: Steve Screech with Floodlit Software staff join Beautiful Game Studios working on Championship Manager 5 for Eidos
- February: Gianluca Troiano started his work for Throw in
- Dino Dini Came back to England
- Trecision filed for liquidation
- November: Gianluca Troiano is the Winner of the 3rd World Cup
- November: World Cup III in Groningen, Holland
- June: Steve Screech in conjunction with Anthony Kyne set up their own software company: Floodlit Software
- May: Anco cease to be.
- May 20th: Anil Gupta, owner of Anco Software died
- May: Gianluca Troiano is the Winner of the 2003 Italian Championship
- May: Dino Dini, for the first time, is going to participate in a KOA competition: the 2003 Italian Championship in Milan, Italy.
- Dino Dini started work on a new football game called Soccer 2 for an Italian Company in Rapallo (Genoa): Trecision
- November: Rikki Fullarton is the Winner of the 2nd World Cup
- November: World Cup II in Athens, Greece
- February 23 : First version of WinUAE
- Kick Off 2002, formerly known as Ultimate kick Off by Steve Screech is released by ANCO and published by Akklaim
- November: Alkis Polyrakis is the Winner of the 1st World Cup
- November: The World Cup I in Dartford, England is announced and hosted by Steve Screech
- Dino Dini started his own Software development company: Abundant Software
- Dino Dini showed up in the forum of the Kick Off Association
- April: Dino Dini returned to England.
- Steve Screech started his work on Ultimate Kick Off with the help of the Kick Off Association
- Steve Screech showed up in the forum of the Kick Off Association
- Gunther Wening and Jan Tijssen founded the Kick Off Association
- Dino Dini worked for a THQ studio, where he was given the task of directing the creation of a tripple A title in 6 months with no team in place and a small budget, succeeding in taking the project to Alpha, inspite of the fact that the technology team at the company were engaged in shipping a concurrent slipping title themselves and most of the technology codebase was shared and unsuitable for the task.
- Gateway 2000 sell the Amiga brand
- At 3DO, Dino Dini directed the Groovy Bunch Of Games product for the PC, which included a new game design by Dino Dini, "Box Battles" and Finally Dino Dini operated as "Studio Engineer", to encourage code sharing and programming standards between tech leads at the company.
- At 3DO, Dino Dini did fire-fighting work on the hit game "Army Men Sarge's Heroes" for Nintendo 64" and also on "Family Game Pack" for Playstation
- ANCO release Kick Off 98 by Steve Screech
- At 3DO, Dino Dini worked with the library group and directed development of "Vegas Games 2000" for Playstation to both create a product and put their library code through its paces.
- Escom filed for liquidation. The Amiga brand was then sold to another PC manufacturer, Gateway 2000.
- Dino Dini worked at Universal Studios directing prototype work for a project called "Monster Movie"
- ANCO release Kick Off 97 by Steve Screech
- Dino Dini Worked as Group Leader and briefly as Project Manager, helped Z-Axis ship Three Lions, the number one hit fully 3D soccer game published by Take 2 Interactive. This title was released under various different names in Europe, and also as Alexi Lalas International Soccer in the USA.
- ANCO release Kick Off 96 by Steve Screech
- Dino Dini Went to the United States in order to gain experience of corporate game development and management.
- Dino Dini worked on a new football game to be published by Microprose from 1995 to 1996. Unfortunately Microprose decided to drop most of their sports titles, and the project was cancelled with an amicable agreement.
- Commodore filed for liquidation and its assets bought by Escom, a German PC manufacturer
- Dino Dini's Soccer for SEGA Megadrive is the last football game released by Dino Dini.
- ANCO release Kick Off 3 by Steve Screech
- In a desperate attempt to save their business, Commodore marketed the CD32 against SEGA and Nintendo consoles
- Virgin Dino Dini release the successor to Kick Off 2: Goal!
- Commodore released their last Amiga computer models, the A1200 and the A4000
- Dino Dini left ANCO for Virgin Games
- Luigi Freguglia is the new Italian Kick Off 2 champion over the biggest KO tournament ever organized (over 2000 players)
- ANCO release The Final Whistle and Return To Europe as Expansion Disks and Winning Tactics as Data Disk for Kick Off 2
- Giants of Europe is the first Data Disk released for Kick Off 2 By Anco.
- Commodore released three new low-end machines: the CDTV; the A500+; and the A600. All of them were a commercial failure.
- Kick Off 2 World Cup 90, Kick Off 2 and Kick Off 2 extended version by Dino Dini & Steve Screech officially released by ANCO
- A3000 was introduced in the market as the successor of both A1000 and A2000
- Franco Baresi World Cup Kick Off released only in Italy.
- ANCO release Player Manager
- C.F.A in association with Mutant Software open a Challenge Cup using Kick Off & Kick Off 2 Cash prizes and medals are awarded. Scanned Image of flyer
- Kick Off by Dino Dini released by ANCO
- ANCO release Kick Off Extra Time, the first and last Expansion disks for Kick Off.
- Commodore released two new Amiga models, the Amiga 500 (A500) and the Amiga 2000 (A2000) as low-end and high-end machines, respectively. The former became the most popular Amiga computer and was mostly known as a games machine.
- The first Amiga computer, simply called the Amiga, was released in by Commodore, who marketed it both as their intended successor to the Commodore 64 and as their competitor against the Atari ST range. It was later renamed the Amiga 1000 (or A1000 for short)
- KOA Kick Off Gathering Forum - KOA (Kick Off Association) Official International Kick Off Forum (organising Kick Off KOA World Cup tournaments since 2001)
- kickoff2.com - Organisator of Kick Off World Cup 2005 and German Kick Off Headquarter
- Alkis - Greek Fan Site owned by the 2001 Kick Off 2 World Champion
- Abundant Software - Game Developer Dino Dini's current development company
- Kick Off 2 Italia - Very active Kick Off 2 community located in Milan, Italy
- Kick Off World - Fan Site located in Italy (organising local tournaments)
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