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New publications at Kultboy.com

Published 01.10.2022 - 08:53 by AndreasM

Kultboy.com is a fan page about the good old computer magazines.
Reports from older computer magazines will be published here.

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 01.10.2022 - 08:53 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
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eMail: andreas@amigafuture.de

Amiga Future: cheats database Update

Published 01.10.2022 - 08:53 by AndreasM

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

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

This is not just about cheats. Many solutions, tips and tricks, as well as Freezer addresses can be found in this 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 HOL Uploads

Published 01.10.2022 - 08:53 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 uploads in Aminet

Published 01.10.2022 - 08:53 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 Source: Aminet.net
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Do-it-yourself project in development: Picasso graphics card for BigBox Amigas with 4 MB RAM

Published 30.09.2022 - 18:32 by osz

The GitHub user nobodyisinocent has created something of his own from two existing projects, the Amiga BigBox Picasso Flicker Fixed Graphic Board V0.9 with 4 MB RAM for use in the Amiga 2000, 3000 and 4000. The GBA1000 4MB Picasso Board from Georg Braun and the MultiFix AGA by Matthias Heinrichs aka Matze on the A1k.org board served as a template. The graphics card consists of a main circuit board with the essential components and a small connection circuit board that finds its place in the Amiga's video slot. Both components are connected to each other using a ribbon cable. For use in an Amiga 2000, a turbo card with 64 MB RAM is recommended.

Currently there are no files on the project page that could be used to manufacture this graphics card other than the render of the circuit board from KiCAD and the four circuit board layers. The project is still in development, nobodyisinocent is currently considering producing some PCBs for test purposes. If the project then runs reliably in the test, he will make the Gerber files available. However, he also notes that this is a private project that was not developed for commercial purposes.

All further information and hopefully also the Gerber files needed for the production of the PCB in the future can be found on GitHub: https://github.com/nobodyisinocent/Amig ... phic-board
News Source: GitHub
News Source URL: https://github.com/nobodyisinocent/Amiga-BigBox-Picasso-Flicker-Fixer-graphic-board

Do-it-yourself projects: Powering the Amiga 500 and Amiga 2000 via an ATX power supply

Published 30.09.2022 - 18:08 by osz

The GitHub user wiretap-retro has published two projects in his repository that deal with the power supply for the Amiga. Both target the use of ATX power supplies. The A500-Tower-Power adapter is designed to accommodate the Amiga 500 board in a tower case and also offers connection options for up to three fans. As the name suggests, the A2000-ATX-PSU adapter is a very similar project for the Amiga 2000. There are up to two connection options for fans. Both adapters can be made by yourself with the appropriate soldering skills.

A500 Tower Power: https://github.com/wiretap-retro/A500-Tower-Power
A2000-ATX-PSU-Adapter: https://github.com/wiretap-retro/A2000-ATX-PSU-Adapter
News Source: GitHub

Interview with Apollo Team (part 2)

Published 29.09.2022 - 13:53 by AndreasM

Apollo Team, the firm that produces the Vampire line of products for Amiga Computers, kindly answered our numerous questions. The second part of the interview was initially published in our French paper magazine, BOING #4. Read the full (English) interview here: http://glames.online.fr/boing/boing4_itw_apollo.html

Interview with Jérôme Senay

Published 29.09.2022 - 13:52 by AndreasM

The magazine Obligement publish today an interview with Jérôme Senay, an Amiga software developer, who has recently started publishing BOING, a french print magazine for all Amiga variants. You will know everything about this magazine, in addition to other topics such as Vampire, AmigaOS 4, System V54, AmigaDE, etc.

English version: http://obligement.free.fr/articles_trad ... nay_en.php
French version: http://obligement.free.fr/articles/itwjeromesenay.php

Multi-game Character Editor Update released

Published 26.09.2022 - 12:11 by AndreasM

The Multi-game Character Editor was released in the version 14.01 for AmigaOS 3.9, AmigaOS 4 and MorphOS.

The Source-Code is included.

With MCE you can manipulate game content like highscores and memorymaps in these games: [...]
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