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The Amiga Future 164 was released on the September 4th.

The Amiga Future 164 was released on the September 4th.
The Amiga Future 164 was released on the September 4th.

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AmigaRemix: New tracks online

Published 02.09.2023 - 14:10 by AndreasM

AmigaRemix is the page for remixed Amiga game and demo music and is accessible at the URL .

The collection contains more then 1,190 remixed songs.

The tracks are usually published by the composer and you can download them for free. [...]
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New articles on Obligement

Published 01.09.2023 - 17:29 by daff

The following articles have been added to the website of the Amiga magazine Obligement ( ) during the last two months:

- News from July/August 2023.
- Old articles from Génération 4 1 to 3: Review of Western Games, File on software and graphics peripherals on the Amiga (1985-1987), Review of Space Quest 2, News: What game publishers have in store for us, Review of Astérix And The Magic Carpet, Review of Terrorpods, Review of Tracker, Review of Impact!, Comparison: Console or computer? etc.
- Interview with Jean-Philippe Derrien (computer graphics designer and former editor of Ami-GraphX). [...]
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Robin Hood Legend of Sherwood - Amiga Port by Apollo

Published 01.09.2023 - 17:18 by WillemDrijver

Apollo Team would like to share the first results from an internal project we started a few months ago.
This project is an experimental exercise to explore the possibilities and limitations of Apollo V4 Series.
We took upon ourselves the challenge to make a port of “Robin Hood - Legend of Sherwood” (RHLOS).

RHLOS is a great RPG Game from SpellBound released in 2002 and intended for Pentium PC’s (233Mhz/64Mb). [...]
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Pre-order the new Amiga Future issue now

Published 31.08.2023 - 18:07 by AndreasM

News originally published on: 20.08.2020 - 18:15

The preview of the new Amiga Future has recently been online.

Now would be the ideal time to pre-order the new edition. Of course, only if you haven't already done so.

This is the fastest way to have the new Amiga Future magazine at home. The pre-orders are sent at the same time as the subscriptions. [...]
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Alinea Computer: TV Port and OmniPort EX available

Published 31.08.2023 - 15:27 by AndreasM

Alinea Computer is very happy to present the TV-Port and the OmniPort EX in two versions. The two products are port expansion boards that can also be easily combined with one another.

TV port

The TV port is an interface board for any Amiga 600/1200 that has the TV modulator removed. A hardware interface on the Amiga 600/1200 desktop case can be routed cleanly to the outside via the free space. The following versions are available as interfaces: 1x USB, 1x HDMI FFC, HDMI Indivision MK2cr/MK3 or 1x Micro-SD. The TV port can be easily installed in the Amiga 600/1200 using the supplied mounting block. [...]
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Amiga Future 164 Member-CD-Cover online

Published 28.08.2023 - 13:08 by AndreasM

From today, and available online to all Amiga Future 1-Year-Subscribers, in the Member-Part of the Webpage are the CD Covers of Amiga Future magazine - Issue 164, so you can download them, and print them out if you wish to save you from cutting out those pages from our beloved magazine.

Virtual dimension: Where the past meets the future

Published 27.08.2023 - 11:59 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:

Theme Park #3: Vom Plumpsklo zum Luxusklo (RetroPlay/Amiga) [...]
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Amiga Videos on Youtube

Published 27.08.2023 - 11:58 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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Apollo-Computer: Announcement: Invaders avaible next month

Published 27.08.2023 - 01:50 by AndreasM

Apollo Invaders draws its inspiration from the iconic 1978 arcade game. Proudly presented by Apollo Games, this enhanced edition is compatible with both V2 and V4 Apollo Systems, offering a thrilling four-player cooperative experience for endless fun with your friends. Featuring 16-bit audio, precisely positioned audio effects, and high-definition, fluid graphics, it's just one of the many exceptional games available on this platform. With over 101 diverse battle locations to explore, your mission is to eliminate all alien and UFO sightings worldwide. The game is divided into ten distinct zones, and upon successfully clearing each zone, you'll earn a prestigious medal. Upon conquering all levels and defeating the mothership, you'll claim the ultimate medal. Armed with an array of weapons, you can collect unique weapon systems and protective shields by successfully shooting down UFOs. The game offers two difficulty modes, allowing you to enjoy a casual and easy playthrough with friends or challenge yourself with the heroic 'hard' mode. Featuring more than 100 high-resolution, true-color sprites and mesmerizing alpha blending effects, Apollo Invaders promises an immersive gaming experience like no other.

AmiWest 2023 Oct 12th-15th

Published 27.08.2023 - 01:49 by AndreasM

Hello Amiga Community,

AmiWest 2023 is coming fast! Going strong since 1998, this year will be the 26th year of the longest-running Amiga-focused show in the world. Set in Sacramento, CA, the Sacramento Amiga Computer Club and a dedicated group of volunteers host the event.

Kicking off on October 12th is the AmiWest Developer Conference. AmiWest has been hosting a DevCon for about a decade. This is two days of focused learning and sharing from experts worldwide on the latest AmigaOS developments, and this year will be no different. Hosted by Steven Solie, lead developer on the ExecSG team, the DevCon will cover various AmigaOS flavors, discussing topics like debugging, DMA routines, and more. [...]
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