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New HOL Uploads

Published 15.01.2022 - 11:18 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
News Source: Hall of Light
News Source URL: http://hol.abime.net/hol_update.php
News posted by: AndreasM
eMail: andreas@amigafuture.de

New publications at Kultboy.com

Published 15.01.2022 - 11:18 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 The Aros Archive

Published 15.01.2022 - 11:18 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
News Source: Aros-Exec.org
News Source URL: http://archives.aros-exec.org/share/FULLINDEX.readme
News posted by: AndreasM
eMail: andreas@amigafuture.de

Amiga Future: cheats database Update

Published 15.01.2022 - 11:18 by AndreasM

The cheats database of Amiga Future is updated weekly by David Jahn, even if at first sight that is not immediately apparent.

The cheat database on the Amiga Future webpage is probably the largest German collection for the Amiga.

This doesn't just cover cheats, as many solutions, tips and tricks, as well as Freezer addresses can be found in the collection. [...]
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News URL: https://www.amigafuture.de/app.php/GTT/new/2019
News Source: GTT
News Source URL: https://www.amigafuture.de/app.php/GTT/new/2019
News posted by: AndreasM
eMail: andreas@amigafuture.de

New uploads in Aminet

Published 15.01.2022 - 11:18 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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News URL: http://aminet.net/search?o_date=equal&date=
News Source: Aminet.net
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eMail: andreas@amigafuture.de

Games That Werent: Myth- History in the Making V1

Published 13.01.2022 - 14:22 by AndreasM

Games That Werent write:

Following on from the recent console cancellation of Myth covered on the site, team member Grzegorz Antosiewicz got in touch to highlight a series of changes to the Amiga/ST editions of Myth. What follows is based mostly on the text which Grzegorz submitted and after briefly speaking in the past to Robin Levy and Paul Docherty.

Firstly, it is believed there were roughly distinctive three phases of development for Myth on the Amiga/ST platforms: [...]
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P96 V3.2.2 released

Published 13.01.2022 - 14:22 by AndreasM

Individual Computers write:

The RTG driver P96 enjoys growing popularity: More then 40 paid downloads (more than a third of them for the full price or more) during the weeks since version V3.2.0 has been published, have taken us over the threshold of 30% cost coverage since we've taken ownership of the software in 2016. We'd like to send a big thank-you to the Amiga community for strong support and detailed bug reports in our support forum, which help us improve the software on a regular basis.

Version 3.2.2 attempts one more time to deal with broken software: If a program like Descent opens a planar screen mode, but combines it with chunky rendering routines, the new version 3.2.2 can display a correct picture despite this evident software error. [...]
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GAP-Episode-1 published

Published 13.01.2022 - 14:21 by AndreasM

GAP episode 1 was published almost two weeks ago.

At the start of the GAP there is a review of the AMIGA year 2021. Further episodes will "hopefully" be more extensive.

What can you expect from GAP? [...]
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Amigaland: Demo area expanded and more downloads

Published 13.01.2022 - 14:20 by AndreasM

Mirko Engelhardt informs:

There is now the 3rd page in the demo area with 6 further demos to download, read or view. Everything pimped up on Youtube. Here we want to create a few more pages, because the demo scene made and still makes the Amiga a real cult. The legendary demo parties speak for themselves. Above all The Party, The Gathering or World of Commodore. So Gerd and I stay tuned and continue to work on the side! In the last week of 2021 until January 2nd, 2022, there were daily updates in the news and download area, as promised. It's worth taking a look here!

https://amigaland.de

AmiTube Own Server

Published 13.01.2022 - 14:18 by AndreasM

ALB42 write:

Since Version 0.7 of AmiTube it can use your very own Server as backend. I tried to make a package and write a manual how to do it, but I don’t know what you need all because it grew slowly over time.

But maybe someone want to try it. the manual is at the end of the AmiTube Page. [...]
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