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Planned book about AmigaOS 3.2.x: Demand survey

Published 26.01.2023 - 16:01 by AndreasM

The publisher LOOK BEHIND YOU is planning to publish a comprehensive manual for AmigaOS 3.2.x and is now asking for interest from the community for better print planning.

The reference book will bundle instructions, tips and tricks and information for optimal use for beginners, re-starters, advanced users and experts on about 350 colored pages.

Core topics of the book are the introduction to the operating system, the installation of software and ROMs on all relevant platforms, the basics of the application, prefs and tools in detail as well as extensive guides for advanced and power users such as scripts and shell. The book is rounded off by a comprehensive chapter for newcomers on current hardware and software, data transfer and sources, among other things. [...]
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Agonman - A new Amiga AGA game developed using the RedPill game engine

Published 25.01.2023 - 23:51 by AndreasM

Indie Retro News write:

Another Amiga announcement for you all, as Saberman has just informed us through Facebook, that a new game play video has been shown for the previously announced Amiga game of 'Agonman' by PixorraGames. A game which puts you in the boots of Johnny, that has to battle dangerous monsters and a winged demon to return to his own time and the defence of the Earth. In light of this news, you can either view the video below or check out the game which is downloadable as a name your own price. ... .html#more

Games That Werent: The Legend of Billy Boulder

Published 25.01.2023 - 23:50 by AndreasM

Games That Werent write:

Our next entry into the archives was thought to have been both a C64 and Atari 800/400 development for Databyte back in the 1980s. Billy Boulder was flagged up to us by developer Ron Rosen in late 2022, a game that was in fact seemingly due for release on Amiga, ST and PC – but in a bizarre twist, it was indeed also an 8-bit title too after all. ... y-boulder/

CSLab: Firmware v1.400 Released

Published 25.01.2023 - 23:49 by AndreasM

CSLAB write:

Firmware v1.400 Released

* Cleanedup RTG driver code [...]
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WinUAE 4.10.1 released

Published 25.01.2023 - 23:48 by AndreasM

WinUAE released in the Version 4.10.1.

WinUAE 4.10.0 bugs fixed

Chipset emulation updates and bug fixes. [...]
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Amiga Future 160 was released a few days ago

Published 25.01.2023 - 14:38 by AndreasM

News originally published on: 16.01.2023 - 10:37

A few days ago issue 160 of the Amiga Future was published.

For everyone who overlooked the date, it would be a good time to order the magazine quickly.

Or maybe an annual subscription right away? Then you will always have the latest issue automatically delivered to your home and you don't have to go around [...]
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Alinea Computer: Power adapter for Subway USB cards released

Published 24.01.2023 - 16:14 by AndreasM

Alinea Computer is proud to present the final version of the new power adapter for the Subway USB as well as Subway 2021 USB card. First prototypes have already been presented at the Amiga 37. In the meantime the design has been refined together with the Amiga community so that all customer wishes could be considered.

The Subway Power Adapter is an extension for the Subway USB card series to provide USB devices with up to 800 mA power. Power-hungry devices such as external 2.5-inch hard drives can now be operated with it. In addition, the power adapter can help with power problems, when operating many clock port devices.

The adapter can be ordered directly from the Alinea Computer store: [...]
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ham_convert 1.8.8 released

Published 22.01.2023 - 12:03 by AndreasM

ham_convert released in the Version 1.8.8.


* HAM6/HAM8: fixed a bug when converter tended to use HAM modify commands even if it could use a base-color instead (if set and modify produce the same color). If the output image still has background mostly encoded using modify operations most likely the exact background color isn’t present in the palette. NeuQuant and Wu often produce slightly altered background color. You can try updating the palette manually (using built-in palette editor or editing pal file in text editor) or switching color quantizer to Median Cut (keep in mind that it’s not as advanced as Neuquant or Wu and it may decrease quality). [...]
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Virtual dimension: Where the past meets the future

Published 22.01.2023 - 09:40 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:

Mastodon am Amiga, Spielereien und 3D-Beschleunigung für den Atari 800 XL (Retro Rückblick #11) [...]
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Amiga Videos on Youtube

Published 22.01.2023 - 09:40 by AndreasM

Almost every day new videos about the Amiga are published on Youtube.

In this weekly news report we want to list these videos for you.

Of course, this is just a small selection. We don't know all the Youtube channels around the Amiga either. [...]
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