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Amiga Rulez issue 24-01 is ready

Published 16.04.2024 - 23:24 by AndreasM

Amiga Rulez informs:

Finally! The German edition 24-01 is ready and can be downloaded.
The English version will be released later this week.
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RedPill 0.9.37 released

Published 16.04.2024 - 23:24 by AndreasM

RedPill released in the Version 0.9.37.


-Big optimization in Trigonometry code, leading to a big boost in performance. [...]
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Flying Shark - WIP Flying Shark remake for the Commodore Amiga 500 gets a new demo

Published 16.04.2024 - 23:16 by AndreasM

Indie Retro News write:

Another Commodore Amiga news story has appeared in our inbox, as we've recently found out through the EAB forums, that the previously announced game of Flying Shark. A new Arcade to Amiga remake by Magnus T together with JMD and John Tsakiris(GFX). Has recently been teased with a new one level demo that you can download and play right now. To coincide with this news, Saberman has not only provided a link to the demo, but he's also done a video of the game being played below. ... .html#more

Games That Werent: Bushido Warrior

Published 16.04.2024 - 23:14 by AndreasM

Games That Werent write:

Bushido Warrior (or potentially just Bushido) was a new oriental themed Gauntlet clone that was due out for a wide number of platforms, published by Ariolasoft/U.S. Gold. The Commodore 64 edition is already well documented via our GTW64 page. ... o-warrior/

Quake 2 as a digital version for AmigaOS 4

Published 16.04.2024 - 15:15 by AndreasM

Alinea Computer is pleased to announce that it has taken over distribution of Quake 2 for AmigaOS 4. The first Amiga version of Quake 2 came from Hyperion Entertainment in 2002 and has continued in this tradition and been greatly improved.
Steffen Häuser is responsible for the porting and has implemented numerous improvements. In addition to supporting the various mission CDs and MODS, GL4ES/Warp3DNova support and playing the soundtracks as OGG Vorbis were also implemented.

The AmigaOS 4 version of Quake 2 costs 14.95 euros and is available for download from
It should be noted that the data files of the PC version are required to operate the AmigaOS 4 version of Quake 2. These can be purchased via Steam, for example, at a reasonable price. [...]
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Games That Werent: Skitchin

Published 14.04.2024 - 22:45 by AndreasM

Games That Werent write:

Yet another Ocean Software title goes into the GTW archive, and this time a conversion of Electronic Arts’ Skitchin’, which had been released on the SEGA Megadrive the same year, and was a sort of Road Rash on skates.

WinFellow: Legacy Fellow releases

Published 14.04.2024 - 22:44 by AndreasM

The WinFellow Team write:

We sometimes get asked about older releases of Fellow for DOS as well as WinFellow, for a variety of reasons. As many of these are no longer readily available in a convenient location, we have decided to publish a few here. For this reason, a new History section has been established that you can visit in the menu at the top. The history section is a work in progress, let us know if you notice any issues or factual mistakes within it.

We also would like to ask for help: we no longer have access to all of the older releases, and would like to be able to preserve all of them for the future. If you have any Fellow versions that are listed as missing, it would be great if you could contact Torsten so that we can make them available on the website as well. [...]
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Greg Donners Webpage Updates

Published 14.04.2024 - 22:43 by AndreasM

April 10, 2024

GVP 4060: Added multiple T-Rex (G-Force 040-40) benchmarks contributed by Chris Kelley to the Benchmarks page.

Hollywood Designer 7.0 released

Published 14.04.2024 - 12:00 by AndreasM

20 years ago, on April 14th 2004, Airsoft Softwair, the hardest working men in code business, released the very first version of Hollywood Designer, the ultimate multimedia authoring system for Hollywood. In the following years Hollywood Designer quickly became the must-have software for all users seriously interested in creating state-of-the-art multimedia applications, be it presentations, slide shows, games, or applications. Now, 20 years later, Airsoft Softwair is proud to present Hollywood Designer 7.0, an epic update with lots and lots of new features to properly celebrate the 20th birthday of this marvellous piece of software.

As already said, Designer 7.0 is a massive update that boasts lots of new features and improvements over the previous version. We do not want to bore you, so here are just some of them:

* Use the full power of Hollywood 10 which was specifically designed for Designer 7! [...]
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Virtual dimension: Where the past meets the future

Published 14.04.2024 - 10:19 by AndreasM

35 years of gaming experience, as well as 20 years worth of Internet videos - Virtual Dimension has been dealing with the digital world for many years to report on interesting, as well as, background information. Whether that's the C64, Amiga, PC, Atari or Schneider: Virtual Dimension knows the history of computer gaming and so gives you the chance to glance backwards while at the same time looking forward to the future.

Since our last announcement, Virtual Dimension has now put the following videos online:
Commando: Wir feuern aus allen Rohren (RetroPlay/C64)
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