What is AGN?
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We don't like to describe ourselves as a clan but instead a group of people who enjoy playing games non-competitively in our free time. The community is worldwide, mainly based in the south of England but we have people who join from all over the world. Our genres of preference mainly consist of sandbox, FPS, RTS and MMO games.

If you want to know about our members, click here. We also have a roster of other members who also play along side us.
A Brief History About AGN
Take A Trip Down Memory Lane...

A long, long time ago (2005) AlienX attended many gaming events, but one of them stood out better than the rest. Rather quickly a friendship group of other gamers was formed. Instead of only playing games together while at an event, we played games together nearly every night and grew a strong friendship.
AlienX had the idea of creating some method of being able to find and identify eachother easily while online, it was decided that using clan tags was a good start and thus AGN was born.

A couple of months passed by and AlienX then decided to run a server based around the popular game, Minecraft. MC-Server allowed Minecraft players to join and make their own creations without limits. It was a thriving community with active admins, moderators and other regular players. It was also in the number one topspot for popular Minecraft servers; this was achieved through the input of the MC-Server community. After a few years MC-Server was then sold to an admin of the server as AlienX did not want to run it anymore, marking the end of an era in 2010. Most of the admins/mods followed AlienX when this happened leaving Minecraft behind.

Shortly after that, AlienX started to create an online modification for Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas which caught the attention of some of the developers of Multi Theft Auto. After some talks between AlienX and the MTA team, they offered AlienX a place at their side. AlienX was with MTA for quite a long time assisting in the running of online servers and websites. He also created his own MTA Server at this time, this server was very popular in the MTA community, as a recent release of the MTA mod came out (MTA: Deathmatch). This server was full the majority of the time and had a few admins. The server closed in 2011.

After Minecraft, the Arma 2 DayZ Mod became popular. AlienX then saw another opportunity to run a server. UK130 was born, this server was granted Official server status however AlienX started to rip apart the ArmA engine and learnt how to modify it himself. He then created the modified UK130 which became extremely popular with it's unique gameplay with over 90 players online constantly. Survivors saw it as a hub for entertainment and major PVP. AGN DayZ Epoch server. The server closed its doors in 2013. AGN moved to DayZ Epoch after the vanilla game became stale and the core members of UK130 followed.

What's AGN Doing Now?
Lots Of Stuff, Check It Out!

AGN is still as strong as ever with a good handful of members and connections in the gaming world. Most of our members have over 5 years of service (check the roster for more info).

AlienX still hosts game servers every now and then for when the members require it, however due to the nature of cloud gaming hosting servers on your own hardware is an option that is simply not available any more in many games today.

AGN still plays many games together and enjoys eachothers company, and is also always looking for new members with the same attitude and care free style of gaming to join it's ranks, even if AGN is invite only we still accept new members every now and then.

Logo History
How The AGN Logo Became To Be...

In terms of design, the logo style was originally based off CVG's logo. This logo was frowned upon because some of the community couldn't understand what it meant. There was also an alien face added next to the logo but, again, this reminded the community of the Alienware logo. It was back to the drawing board for the logo.

A new logo was brought to light based off custom shapes made in Adobe Fireworks CS6. This was shaped into an "AGN" style design. The logo felt incomplete due to the fact there were no flares at the end of A and N.

The final logo was finished with flares and is currently shown on the website.

Ps. Oh yeah, here's a logo we used found on Google.

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