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The Amiga Future 150 was released on the May 4th.

The Amiga Future 150 was released on the May 4th.
The Amiga Future 150 was released on the May 4th.

The Amiga Future 150 was released on the May 4th.
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vlink 0.16h relesed

Published 06.05.2021 - 12:30 by AndreasM

vlink released in the Version 0.16h.


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Games-Coffer: 8 Amiga Music Mods Added

Published 06.05.2021 - 11:58 by AndreasM

8 Amiga Music Modules have been added today, they are as follows:

New Year 1994, Without Buttocks, Fullmoon Rock, Dancing Flames, By The Coast, 1992, Know What To Say and Illusions.

Amiga Future issue 150 released

Published 04.05.2021 - 11:36 by AndreasM

The English and German issue 150 (May/June 2021) of the print magazine Amiga Future has been distributed today, and can also be ordered directly from the editorial office of Amiga Future, and the other Amiga dealers that stock the magazine.

Mag Content:

Interview Hubo Labrande (Tristam Island) [...]
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MediaVault 1.0.0 released

Published 02.05.2021 - 13:59 by AndreasM

walkero write on

One of my latest projects got the first release and you can download it and try it. MediaVault is an open source desktop application, for AmigaOS 4, which can be used to discover online radio stations. The selected radio station can be streamed using a player, i.e. AmigaAmp 3.

When Mediavault is started at the top of the window there are a few fields that can be used to discover radio station based on their name, genre, country and spoken language. By clicking on "Discover" button a list of relevant radio stations will show up. [...]
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New articles on Obligement

Published 02.05.2021 - 13:57 by AndreasM

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

- March/April 2021 news.
- Old articles from Joystick 19 to 21: Review of Adrenalynn, Review of Mad TV, Review of Pit-Fighter, Report: Computer Entertainment Show 1991, Interview with David Jones, Review of The Blues Brothers, News: Two new future hits from Bullfrog, Review of Wildwheels, Review of Death Knights Of Krynn, Review of Charge Of The Light Brigade, etc.
- Interview with Claude Schwarz (PiStorm). [...]
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Games That Werent: Metal Gear

Published 02.05.2021 - 13:56 by AndreasM

It was announced in January 2021 about an unofficial conversion of the MSX classic Metal Gear to the Amiga – very nearly complete, and should see some kind of release very soon. However, there was also an official conversion in the works way back in 1990, courtesy of Ultra Games.

Greg Donner: Webpage Update

Published 02.05.2021 - 13:55 by AndreasM

Gred Donner write:

GVP-M 4060/2060: [Please note that the new info from vannysue_6 hasn't yet been updated/added in the PDF documents.

I'll post those in the near future.] Thanks to photos sent to me by eBay seller vannysue_6, complete T-Rex II Jumpers and Definitions (four pages, including a silkscreen closeup) and the A4000 G-Force 040 User's Guide Addendum (also four pages) are now available from the Documentation page. [...]
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Update #3 on Remote Desktop Progress

Published 02.05.2021 - 13:52 by AndreasM

darrenhd write on

Hi everyone, it’s been a little while since my last update, so here is another. [...]
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Report+ Update released

Published 02.05.2021 - 12:48 by AndreasM

Report+ released in the Version 8.1.

Report+ is a freeware ReAction-based utility with nine functions:
  • It is an enhanced, reverse-engineered, 100% byte-compatible replacement for the official Commodore bug reporting tool (V40.2), optionally sending emails automatically.
  • It can generate/edit Aminet-style readmes.
  • It can edit A3000/A4000-type battery-backed memory.
  • It can access the official manufacturer and product ID registries.
  • It can view IFF/RIFF files and their component chunks.
  • It can perform batch processing on icon files.
  • It can convert between various ASCII formats.
  • It can show directory byte usage for any path, optionally also fixing protection bits.
  • It can take a snapshot of a path and later compare the path against this, showing added, missing and changed files.
Source code is included.
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Multi-game Character Editor Update released

Published 02.05.2021 - 12:47 by AndreasM

The Multi-game Character Editor was released in the version 12.7 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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