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New uploads in Aminet

Published 01.05.2021 - 11:05 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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New uploads in The Aros Archive

Published 01.05.2021 - 11:05 by AndreasM

The AROS Archives is a collection of software for the AROS Research Operating System and can be found via the URL .

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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ComicON 1.2 released

Published 29.04.2021 - 11:13 by AndreasM

ComicON released in the Version 1.2.


V1.2 [...]
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REV'n'GE! #121 released

Published 27.04.2021 - 12:57 by AndreasM

REV'n'GE! is a fanzine that review games on vintage platforms in Italian and English.

From this issue i change background image that leave a space for who want print the magazine and i made new gradient background that should be more nice to see. Well, as concern reviews you can focus on a great game for ZX Spectrum that i think many of you want to try. I continue with Recent Games with Celtic Hearts for Amiga and MREGA for DOS. The first maybe not so recent, but the second is 2020/1. Don't forgive you to reads Golden Axe II Readers Reviews from Italian user.

From some month i have problem with MEGA. Now dowloads require Decryption key. [...]
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Bitcoin mining on the C64

Published 27.04.2021 - 08:21 by osz

Bitcoin mining on the C64

Sometimes you just ask yourself: Why at all? Or: Why the hell? The answer in this case is quite simple: Because you can! It's about Bitcoin mining on the C64. ... WHAT?! ... Yessss! Probably the most ineffective but by far the coolest way to mine Bitcoins so far. Well, it should work on the Gameboy too. It remains to be clarified which of the two CPUs is more powerful - at least I don't know.

Doesn't make any sense, right? Yeah right. But it's funny as hell! [...]
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vAmiga 1.0 Beta 1 is out

Published 26.04.2021 - 17:03 by osz

Dirk Hoffmann writes about his Amiga emulator vAmiga in the news section on his website:

"Although not perfect yet (it will never be), vAmiga has proven to be pretty stable by now. Therefore I think it is time to say goodbye to the 0.9 release scheme."

Here is the Changelog for the current version from the GitHub Repository:
  • Reworked the DDF code in Agnus.
  • Fixed a bug that prevented Roms from being saved if the Rom folder wasn’t created yet.
  • Fixed a bug that crashed the emulator when an IPL event was served right before a TXD event.
  • Fixed a bug that crashed the emulator on exit.
  • Restructured all config panels.
  • The emulator has gotten a command console (debug terminal) which can be invoked by clicking the corresponding icon in the toolbar.
vAmiga is available from the official website: [...]
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Amiga 2000 board in EATX form factor

Published 26.04.2021 - 16:40 by osz

Amiga 2000 board in EATX form factor

This project is currently still a proof-of-concept of a 4-layer open source Amiga 2000 board in EATX format. EATX is simply a larger or extended ATX variant, with a size of 305 × 330 mm. According to the author, this is the better choice for replicating an Amiga 2000 board, given the length of the Zorro II cards and the abundance of components for the Amiga 2000. Proof-of-concept means that there may still be errors in the circuit diagrams. The board cannot function theoretically or at least not reliably at this point in time. The work on the board is still ongoing.

In contrast to other 1:1 replicas, several things have been changed here in addition to the changed form factor. For example, where necessary, new connector options are beeing used, as some connectors for the Amiga are known to be difficult or impossible to obtain and often have to be soldered from an existing boards in order to reuse them. [...]
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Pre-order the new Amiga Future issue now

Published 26.04.2021 - 10:03 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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More videos for Amiga online

Published 25.04.2021 - 11:55 by AndreasM

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

World of Commodore ( WoC ) 1992 in Frankfurt - Commodore Demo Competition and Prize giving [...]
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Virtual dimension: Where the past meets the future

Published 25.04.2021 - 11:54 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:

Eine schwarze Seele (Die Outtakes #33) [...]
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