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Published 07.06.2021 - 15:41 by AndreasM

News originally published on: 24.02.2020 - 20:04

On the Amiga Future webpage we offer you a huge free content all about the Amiga.

Because the Amiga Future is a non-profit project, the Amiga Future homepage has to finance itself completely.
The homepage, which is currently around 30 GB in size, is funded without exception through advertising, donations and our own private funds.
Programming new extensions, databases or features really costs a lot. [...]
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Demoscene: The AGA Years Indiegogo Funding Campaign

Published 07.06.2021 - 13:01 by osz

Demoscene: The AGA Years Indiegogo Funding Campaign

Some time ago the illustrated book Demoscene The Amiga Years appeared, which, as the name of the book suggests, deals extensively with the demoscene on the Amiga. The second part, if the funding campaign on Indiegogo is successful, will cover the years 1994 to 1996. In order for the campaign to be successful, 18,000 USD are required by June 23rd, currently almost 13,700 USD have been raised.

If you want to order the first book and have more information about the upcoming volume, it is best to take a look here: [...]
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Amiga Serial Mouse Adapter: Use serial mice and trackballs from the PC on the Amiga

Published 07.06.2021 - 10:43 by osz

Amiga Serial Mouse Adapter: Use serial mice and trackballs from the PC on the Amiga

If you still have well-preserved mice or trackballs from your PC with a serial connection at home, you can use them on the Amiga with a little effort. Stefan Krupop from Braunschweig (Germany) recently published a project on GitHub based on an Arduino Pro Micro and a MAX232 IC. If you connect everything as described in the project and program the Arduino Pro Micro with the code provided by Stefan, you have a converter suitable for the Amiga.

Click here for the project:

AmigaOS 3.2: NDK update to version R2

Published 07.06.2021 - 10:22 by osz

AmigaOS 3.2: NDK update to version R2

Anyone who recently acquired the new AmigaOS 3.2 from Hyperion Entertainment on CD already owns, perhaps without knowing it, the native development kit (NDK) for software development under AmigaOS 3.2. Version R2 of the developer kit is now available on the Hyperion Entertainment website and can be downloaded from there. On the one hand Autodoc, BumpRev, CatComp and Localize have been integrated into the tools directory in the new version, and on the other hand, some previously missing release notes have been submitted. ... m&file=122

BGUI: BOOPSI Graphical User Interface for AmigaOS

Published 07.06.2021 - 09:04 by osz

BGUI: BOOPSI Graphical User Interface for AmigaOS

The Basic Object Oriented Programming System for Intuition (short: BOOPSI) was introduced with AmigaOS 2. It extends the Amiga GUI Intuition by an object-oriented interface. This makes it possible, for example, to connect individual GUI elements with one another so that, for example, a slider writes the currently set value into a text field.

The BGUI project for AmigaOS has now appeared on GitHub, which stands for BOOPSI Graphical User Interface. Or to drive it wild: Basic Object Oriented Programming System for Intuition Graphical User Interface. BGUI brings a software development kit (SDK) for the development of applications for AmigaOS with the programming languages ​​C and E, it contains a GUI builder, documentations in Autodoc, AmigaGuide and HTML format, a builder for documentations, libraries for the development of BGUI applications in ARexx as well as a preferences editor with which BGUI applications can be customized in their look and feel. [...]
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AmIRC 3.8 has been released

Published 07.06.2021 - 08:35 by osz

AmIRC 3.8 has been released

Since version 3.6.2 of the IRC client AmIRC for MorphOS, Nicolas Sallin and Harry Sintonen have released two further versions: 3.7 and 3.8. Particularly noteworthy changes include the implemented support for SSL and an updated list of standard servers. As is often the case with version jumps, various bug fixes took place this time as well.

The current AmIRC version can be downloaded from the project's official website:

More videos for Amiga online

Published 06.06.2021 - 08:49 by AndreasM

On the following links you will find your other Youtube-Video about the Amiga, which were released in the last days:

AMIGA FACTORY: Longplay The Fan Game - TURRICAN vs TERMINATOR - 720 Comentado [...]
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Virtual dimension: Where the past meets the future

Published 06.06.2021 - 08:48 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:

InfoTime 06/2021: 70er-Charme, neue Tasten und ein fröhlicher Zauberer [...]
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AmigaOS 3.2 Updated FAQ for all Classic Amigas available for download

Published 05.06.2021 - 16:57 by AndreasM

AmigaOS 3.2 UPDATED FAQ for Classic Amigas available for immediate download for registered users

Brussels, June 4, 2021

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Games That Werent: Black Legend games

Published 05.06.2021 - 16:36 by AndreasM

A short post for now to highlight a series of games that were due for release on the Amiga by Black Legend across a 2-3 year period.

The publisher behind titles such as Football Glory were covered in various magazines of the time, and were working on around 4 titles in total that were looking promising, but ultimately were never to make it to user’s screens. These titles were: ... end-games/