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New uploads in The Aros Archive

Published 30.07.2022 - 09:07 by AndreasM

The AROS Archives is a collection of software for the AROS Research Operating System and can be found via the URL http://archives.aros-exec.org .

It runs in a similar way to Aminet, as the programmers themselves usually upload their own software in order to make it available to AROS users.

With nearly 1,000 uploads there is now an interesting collection of software for AROS. [...]
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News URL: http://archives.aros-exec.org/share/FULLINDEX.readme
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eMail: andreas@amigafuture.de

New HOL Uploads

Published 30.07.2022 - 09:07 by AndreasM

The Hall of Light is the largest database for Amiga games.

There you can find game screenshots, scans of packaging, level images, cheats, system requirements, programmers, publishers, and so much more.

http://hol.abime.net [...]
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News URL: http://hol.abime.net/hol_update.php
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New publications at Kultboy.com

Published 30.07.2022 - 09:07 by AndreasM

Kultboy.com are webpages that are fan based catering for retro computer magazines.
Reports and reviews from other retro computer magazines also get published there.

Since our last report the following publications have been added:
[...]
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News URL: http://www.kultboy.com/index.php?site=allupdates
News Source: Kultboy
News Source URL: http://www.kultboy.com/index.php?site=allupdates
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eMail: andreas@amigafuture.de

New uploads in Aminet

Published 30.07.2022 - 09:07 by AndreasM

Aminet is the largest legal collection of software for the Amiga.
Founded in 1992, it has become the first point of contact for users who are looking for software for the Amiga.

In general, the software is uploaded directly by its programmer. For your information, Aminet now stores approximately 30 GB of data.
[...]
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eMail: andreas@amigafuture.de

vAmiga 2.1b5 released

Published 29.07.2022 - 01:33 by AndreasM

vAmiga released in the Version 2.1b5.

Changes:

Added support for ECS register DIWHIGH (#723) [...]
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Podcast Episode #145 - Christian Leuenberg

Published 29.07.2022 - 01:32 by AndreasM

Scene World write:

Once having been our webmaster, Christian Leuenberg returns to the retro gaming scene working on the German podcast "To Be On Pod", we talk about the good old times, his current and upcoming plans for the retro hobby!

https://sceneworld.org/blog/2022/07/27/ ... leuenberg/

Amiwest 2022 progress report

Published 26.07.2022 - 15:35 by AndreasM

Amiwest 2022 October 22-23rd

In honor of the 25th incarnation of Amiwest, the organizing team has been hard at work putting together an amazing show. First, the show hotel is currently under renovation and will be complete in September. So many attendees who stay in the hotel will be treated to refreshed rooms. The show hall is getting a new modern look with better lighting, a welcome change.

Our featured banquet speaker will be Tim Jenison of NewTek fame. This accomplished engineer created one of the most ambitious Amiga peripherals, the Video Toaster. Since then, he has moved on to explore many other fascinating challenges. Join us on Saturday, Oct 22nd, to welcome Tim to Amiwest! [...]
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Huenision Update released

Published 26.07.2022 - 15:34 by AndreasM

A Update of Huenision released.

Changes:

* Added experimental code to have the Steam on-screen keyboard open automatically when text entering is requested (totally untested due to lack of a Steam Deck; chances are it will not work, as the game is completely software-rendered; feedback welcome). [...]
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Greg Donner Page News

Published 26.07.2022 - 15:32 by AndreasM

Greg Donner write:

Warp 4060: Posted an update to the News/Updates page from Warp Discord admin Peter containing assorted photos and MP4 videos of his visit to CS-Labs.

Blue Thunder/Tidbits: Added a new three-view drawing contributed by Artur Kredovitz. [...]
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Trevors Blog: Summer greetings

Published 26.07.2022 - 00:29 by AndreasM

While the Northern Hemisphere is suffering under a sweltering heatwave, so far the New Zealand winter has been wet, windy and wild. It's hard to believe this is my first blog of 2022. Where have I been, you may ask? If you are a reader of Amiga Future magazine you will know I've been heads down working on the second volume of 'From Vultures to Vampires', the book I'm co-authoring with David Pleasance. It's been a fascinating journey of discovery and, without giving too much away, it has given me a new found respect for the breadth and diversity of the whole Amiga community. My message to all Amiga enthusiasts is just enjoy your Amiga hobby whatever form it may take. With the book almost finished, apart from the final layout and proofreading, I can finally get my life back. The only problem is, volume 2 is almost twice the size of the first volume and with massively rising production and shipping costs, David may need to spilt it into two volumes. Watch this space.

http://blog.a-eon.biz/blog/