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    Celebrating our 20th year

    !!Working to get 'Categories' back on line!! Limited access to some site resources.

    14 Apr 21

    Today's Highlights
       - Cleaned up the main page by temporarily removing the static 2020 content. A year and 4 months was TOO much. Working on the 'CATEGORIES''

    Amiga News Update
      - All's quiet on the western front.

      New Links

      • ArtPazz: ArtPazz is a puzzle game where the player has to piece together the tiles an image has been split into. The size and the shape of the tiles can be adjusted, which allows to set the difficulty to anything from to tremendously easy to brain-wracking. ArtPazz has been designed to be very simple and suitable for all ages, so learning how to play is a matter of minutes or even just seconds.

    12 Apr 21

    Today's Highlights
       - Still working on the temp solution for 'CATEGORIES'' and the 'SEARCH' function

       - Look what arrived last week in the mail. What an exceptionally well done book. I was happy to see Substance by Alliance Design of Quartex. It's even the first pic on the cover! That was, and still is, my goto demo when I need to show off! Still KICKING myself for missing the initial funding window and not getting my name in the book. Darn it!

    A bit of light reading just in time for beginning of the work week.

    Amiga News Update
      - Rest assured when I say "I'm not the best at deciphering the slow trickle of court documents so I leave that to you the experts". More court docs were released over the weekend but thats not the interesting part. After a long period of silence Ben Hermans (Director Hyperion Entertainment) posted over at AmigaWorld and gave us a a brief peek inside his current thought process. Anyone care to read into the tea leaves on this one?

      New Links

    5 Apr 21

    Today's Highlights
       - Wishing my Mom a BIG DOO-WOP HAPPY BIRTHDAY!! Love you Mom!

       - While I'm actively working on a full re-write of the 'CATEGORIES'' and 'SEARCH' portion of the site, I plan to have a quick 'DOWN AND DIRTY' fix back on line in a few days. Nothing perfect but at least it will be something to restore greater functionality back to the site! I REALLY need to clean up this front page!! Right now I'm tracking over 512 links on this page alone.

       - Busy past few days on the software side of the house. A bunch of updates made news.
         - AmiKit XE for the Raspberry Pi 4/400 has been released
         - IBrowse 2.5.4 has been released
         - AmiSSL 4.9 has been released
         - Updated AHI driver for AOS4
         - A-EON announces Enhancer Software Release 2 is now available

    Amiga News Update
      - Hats off to everyone on the Amiga Developer Team for their three years of hard work on Enhancer software package release 2.

      New Links

      • Smashed Amiga 2000 Gets New Lease On Life: For most people, opening up a package and seeing that the Amiga 2000 you purchased on eBay had been smashed up by the delivery carrier would be a heartbreaking moment. But not [Drygol]. If you live and breathe vintage computer restorations like he does, finding your latest acquisition is in need of more repairs and upgrades than you originally anticipated is actually a bonus.
      • Welcome to the MorphOS Library: The wiki based library of MorphOS related documentation.
      • Bob's Bits: Tindie shop for Bob's Bits. Here you will find replacement for several Amiga and Amiga related boards. (Plus Commodore 64 Motherboards too!) A quick list includes: Amiga 2000 Replica PCB by Floppie209, Replacement "Vidiot" board for Amiga Computers, Multipurpose ATX Adaptor by Ian Stedman, Diet Agnus Adapter by LIV2, Flickerfixer/Scandoubler PCB for Amiga 2000, Open Amiga 500 Fast RAM Expansion by SukkoPera, Terrible Fire 534 (TF534) Accelerator PCB, and more!!
      • A500++ Amiga 500+ Replica PCB: This is a replica Printed Circuit Board (PCB) from the Commodore Amiga A500+ computer. This board is based on the last A500+ board that was produced by Commodore (Model 8A). The board was created to allow Amiga A500+ computers that had damaged or faulty PCBs to be successfully repaired. This can be achieved by moving all components from an original damaged board to the replica board. Some parts can also be replaced by modern alternatives.
      • Tygre's Amiga Wiki - AmiMod Radio: Did you know that, as of 2015/06/02, there are more than 20,000 packages in the mods directory on Aminet? Yes! That's more than 20,000 modules to play and enjoy! There are also thousands of modules on, Modland, . So, why not have a program that could automatically download one module at-a-time, extract it, and play it using your favorite player? This is the purpose of AmiModRadio! It can download, unarchive, and send modules to your favorite players: AmigaAMP, DeliTracker, EaglePlayer, HippoPlayer, MultiPlayer, or TuneNet. {GREAT WIKI PAGE!!!!}

    1 Apr 21

    Today's Highlights
       - Rabbits - Rabbits - Rabbits!

       - A few weeks ago I FINALLY mailed out my A4000 & A3640 board out to be recapped and the SIMM sockets replaced. Earlier this week I received an update that initial inspection reveals everything appears to be dead. DOH!! I know it was working when I packed it up and moved it to the garage a few years ago. Is this end of the world? Of course not but hopefully this is just a minor setback.

    Amiga News Update
      - >> static <<

      New Links

      • 68040 to 68060 adapter respin with A2000 and Zeus 68040 Accelerator (EAB Thread): A thread over at EAB discussing the GREAT project of a 040 to 060 adapter.
      • Motorola 68040 to 68060 adapter (GitHub): This is a 68040 to 68060 adapter. It allows you to physically connect a 68060 CPU to any CPU socket that fits a 68040 CPU, assuming there is enough physical clearance.
      • RNOAnim: RNOAnim is a compact animation player that also has some conversion and editing functions. It supports IFF, GIF, and AVI (uncompressed/MJPEG) anims internally, but also allows a wide range of other formats via plugins and datatypes. Features: MUI GUI, Inluded plugins: APNG, FLI/FLC, YAFA, Can save (convert) to: GIF, APNG, and AVI (MJPEG), Can export frames to PNG images, Animations can be resized freely by resizing the window, Several options to alter the playback speed, Animation frames can be added, inserted, or removed, ARexx support and MUCH MORE!!
      • RNOComics: RNOComics is a comic book viewer that can open almost any archive file, PDF file, or a directory with unarchived images, and display the images in it in a GUI designed to read comics. Features: Supports CBR, CBZ, CBT, and any other archiving format XAD supports, PDF files, Unarchives images on the fly, no HD space or memory wasted, Read-ahead cache for the next page, Can continue to the next archive file in a directory with a single command, Can open directories with unarchived images and work as an image viewer, ARexx support and TONS more!
      • RNOEffects: RNOEffects is a simple image processing program with a focus on good batch conversion options and alpha channel based effects. Features: Around 30 different image processing effects including drop shadows, elliptic crop, and other effects which would need several steps on other similar programs, Drawing options for brushes, text, lines, ellipses, boxes, and arrows, Batch converter and image joiner tools, All effects can be applied to images in a freely selectable order in a batch and MORE! conversion or image joining process, ARexx support and More!
      • RNOPDF: RNOPDF is a compact PDF viewer having a minimal GUI with easy control options. It can be handy for quick viewing of PDF files if configured as the default PDF viewer on your operating system. Features: Easy zooming with the mouse, Search text in documents, Supports document bookmarks, Recent files list that also remembers last viewed pages, Preloads the next page for quicker viewing, Can export PNG images in various resolutions, Can export pages as text files, Fullscreen mode option, Rotate options, Keyboard and mouse controllable, Drag & drop loading, ARexx support on Amiga compatible platforms and Hollywood source code included.
      • Bit Beam Cannon: BitBeamCannon is a small independent game studio dedicated to making retro arcade and console style games highly inspired by the 8 and 16 bit era of video games. BitBeamCannon was founded by two veteran pixel artists, Michael Parent and Corey Annis. Makers of Metro Siege, Deamon Claw and Cyber Jack. They also produce many types of videos on YouTube covering game development, classic game art reviews, pixel art tutorials, and more. PLus make basic platform gaming engines and art packs.
      • Learning 68k assembly – now or never: Wanna learn assembler? Novel was so blown by RamJam's "Corso di Assembler", so he discovered a few more opportunities that 2021 has to offer.
      • Amiga-IN Berlin: a monthly Amiga-Club in Berlin: Amiga-IN Berlin. On the last Saturday of every month, a group of about 15 to 30 Amiga enthusiasts gather in a club north-east of Berlin.
      • An Interview with Jogeir Liljedahl: An interview with the one of the GREATEST Amiga MOD makers of all times. The interview is written for his work on the C=64 but reguardless it needs to be here. And here is one of the prettiest songe ever!! Jogeir Liljedahl - Guitar Slinger | ProTracker (YouTube)
      • Interview with Nosferatu: Making of Chillobits by Offence: With the Amiga demo Chillobits the C64 group Offence surprisingly won the Revision competition in 2020. Here are all details how they did it.
      • List of all Amiga Projects on SourceForge: Here's a nice quick link to them. {You're welcome}
      • Symphonie (GitHub): Source to 256 channel Amiga music tracker made compilable. Had to add this YouTube video of the Tacker in action. Amiga Music: Thunder Compilation #2
      • How does Symphonie Pro actually work?: StackExchange thread about the Symphonie Pro Tracker.
      • Symphonie Pro (incl. full Sourcecode) (Aminet): Fantastic Audio Composing Software 256 Physical Audiochannels, 16 Bit Software DSP, 16 Bit Samples. By Patrick Meng.

    28 Mar 21

    Today's Highlights
       - A couple of things to mention at the end of the week.

       - Look what got updated. "A-EON Technology Ltd is pleased to confirm immediate download available of the Enhancer Software Release 2. This is a major version update representing three years of hard work from the Amiga Developer Team. A digital download edition can be purchased from AmiStore App Store."

       - After their first run of Sam460cr boards sold out' ACube are going to manufacture a second batch. Unlike the elusive Tabor these are availavble now. Get one while while you can!

       - Can you help Amiga Future with their next 25 years? They are looking to increase the number or editors (print & web), translators and news coverage. Do you have what it takes?

    Amiga News Update

    27 Mar 21

    Today's Highlights
       - Happy Birthday to my Moon and Stars!! 143 me!!

    Amiga News Update
      - Uuuuhhhhhhh... Hello.... This this your Captain speaking... Uuuuuhhhhhhh..... We're STILL in a holding pattern over lawsuit central...... Uuuuuhhhhhhh.... We have enough fuel to stay in the air for another "two more weeks".... Uuuuuhhhhhhhh.... We'll let you know when it's either time to land this bird or crash and burn.... Uuuuuuhhhhhh.... Have a nice day!

      New Links

      • GuruNet Review and Install Procedures: In yet another Amiga post, let’s talk about adding networking to an older machine. The “big box” Amiga systems, (2000, 3000, 4000) have the ability to add a Zorro network card. The 600 and 1200 allow for adding a PCMCIA network card, but there are some issues with those (we’ll get to that). But if you have anything else, you’ve been in a much harder task to get some networking. You can use a serial interface and good old PPP/SLiP but instead, we’re going to talk about something else. The PLiP Box and the GuruNet.
      • Connecting to an Amiga over a serial port using NComm: I’ve been spending a fair amount of time with the local Commodore nerds restoring my A1200, A2000, and A4000 systems. We’ve also been developing a piece of hardware to connect classic machines via their Serial interface to modern systems called the GuruModem - but I’ll have a lot more about that in some other posts. In the mean time, I wanted to share how to move larger files without the use of physical or virtual floppies: the magic of NComm.
      • Procedures for a fresh install on an Amiga with Colanto 3.X ROMs : A nice, detailed write up about the various choices and a walk though of setting up a system using Colanto ROMs, OS 3.1, 3.5 & 3.9 and various tips and tricks.
      • Welcome to the website of the Sydney Amiga Users Group!: SAUG is a meeting point for Amiga, Commodore and other retro computer users in and around Sydney. We aim to provide assistance and better contact between all Amiga and retro computer users within NSW. All are welcome! We meet once a month, please check the next meeting date at the top of this page.
      • Welcome to Anthony's Amiga Technical Resource: Amiga schematic archive, Amiga hardware repairs, Amiga hardware reference, A4000 and A3000 technical guides, details of various computer connectors, datasheets & acronyms, Datasheets/Publications, Various Amiga related technical PDFs {and more.}
      • Touch Device: This is my attempt to provide AmigaOS4 with an API to handle touch events. API Features: multitouch support (unlimited number of points), simultaneous devices (unlimited number) & extendable support to new devices through drivers.
      • Amiga 500 - Papercraft Design: Want your own Amiga 500 and monitor but you can't afford it? Now you can print and fold your own.
      • Amiga News: A nice page with current Amiga news and happenings.
      • Amiga present and future: interview with Trevor Dickinson: 2019 interview by
      • Everything AMIGA: News, reviews and podcasts.
      • Everything AMIGA Podcast: By Amigos Retro Gaming. Do you have memories of all-night gaming sessions, falling asleep at the keyboard? Do you remember the thrill of calling into a local or (if you could intercept the phone bill before your parents saw it) long-distance BBS to chat or "acquire" some new software? Are you still part of the Amiga scene, and keep buying new hardware upgrades as soon as they come out, regardless of cost? Amigos: Everything Amiga is the show for you! Each week, Boat and Aaron run down the latest Amiga community and scene news and review a game chosen by our Patreon Game Selection Committee.
      • KDE Amiga themes, Icons and more: Have fun browsing the store for Amiga related content.
      • AROS Exec Forum: AROS Exec Recent Forum Topics.
      • XAMOS: XAMOS is a cross-platform reimplementation of AMOS BASIC based on jAMOS, fully re-written in C++ with SDL libraries. Currently runtime only, however is widely compatible with jAMOS projects. Features: BASIC-like interpreter based on MequaScript, Rudimentary Amiga-style screen and scrolling engine, From MequaScript: Supports both BASIC-style and C-style syntax (in progress), From MequaScript: Multiple XAMOS programs can be run concurrently, From MequaScript: Supports dynamic types similar to JavaScript, Compatible with jAMOS source files and all non-AMAL jAMOS examples & Native support for AMOS BASIC .abk sprite banks.
      • Bootstrapping an Amiga without a bootable Amiga floppy: This article documents usage of this alternative bootstrapping method, and how it works from a technical perspective.
      • amigaXfer_1.0.0: This is a Win32 (Windows 7+) build of a new tool for data transfer between an Amiga and another computer using the serial port. No agent required on Amiga's side. It is possible to bootstrap an Amiga for which no bootable disks are available.
      • pyamigadebug: Framework for abstracting Amiga debuggers and access to AmigaOS libraries and devices.
      • CS-Lab Warp Discord Channel: DiskDoctor invites you to join {The official Discord channel for CS-Labs (The creators of the WARP series of MC68060 accelerators for the A500, 1200 & 3/4000 computers.}
      • New Amiga 1200 Cases - When dreams come true!: Kickstarter for newly produced and updated A1200 cases.
      • RS232 Serial Wifi Modem for Vintage Computers V3: This is a plug and play solution to get your vintage computer connected to BBSs and MUDs again. It's professionally manufactured on a custom PCB. I am continuing to make improvements to the open source firmware. This device behaves like a Hayes dial up modem. This means that all of your old software which uses a modem can use this device instead!

    19 Mar 21

    Today's Highlights
       - Well since the chances of the TABOR arriving this year are growing slimmer by the day, I finally got off my lazy butt and sent my A4000 and A3640 to Acill to have it recapped and the SIMM sockets replaced. He's a VERY BUSY man and I appreciate him taking the time to look at it!! While its out of the state my next task is to focus on the power supply. I think I'm going to try a small ATX power supply and the ATX PSU Power Adapter Cable from AmigaKit. Anyone have any experience with this?

    Amiga News Update
      - I see it's reported that yesterday 8 more court documents were posted. Since I don't have a Pacer account, I look forward to someone smarter and richer than me telling us if there's anything interesting in them.

      New Links

      • Commodore Amiga 4000 PSU upgrade/repair: Even though I have already replaced the capacitors in my A4000's PSU.. I just didn't trust it! Oh and the cooling fan was just too noisy! So I thought to myself, bugger it I've got a spare A4000 PSU, I'll convert an ATX PSU and refit it in the it's case. So the first thing I did was find an ATX supply that not only had enough current to supply the A4000, but was smaller then the original case so I knew the PSU PCB will fit the original Amiga PSU case.
      • A4000 ATX PSU Power Adapter Cable for Amiga 4000: A4000™ PSU to ATX Converter Cable suitable for Amiga 4000. Use a readily available ATX power supply in your Commodore Amiga 4000 with this high quality converter cable.
      • SPI MasterBus CP: An SPI bus controller (Serial Peripheral Interface) designed for the clock port of the Amiga A1200 computer. The SPI MasterBus CP controller allows connecting various peripherals designed for the SPI bus. It provides a possibility of extending A1200‘s capabilities with SD card readers, RTC modules, ethernet controllers, Flash and EEPROM memories, etc.
      • KTRL CD32+ Gamepad: The KTRL CD32+ is a replacement controller for the Amiga CD32 with some great added features! It is fully compatible with the original Amiga CD32 controller and can also be used on other Amigas, Commodore computers and other machines supporting Atari style joysticks. You can buy it fully assembled or as a kit that you assemble yourself (thorough assembly instructions are available). The KTRL CD32+ comes in a box with a four page colour instruction booklet and optional stickers for the DPAD and buttons. The kit option comes with all parts you need to build a fully functional controller (also included is the box, instructions and stickers)
      • CD32 / Amiga / C= / Atari controller to USB adapter: This small form-factor USB adapter makes it possible to use SEGA Genesis / Mega Drive controllers on your PC (Windows, Mac OS X, Linux), Raspberry PI or MiSTer.
      • neptUNO FPGA (EP4CE55, 32MB SDRAM, 2MB SRAM): The neptUNO is a new retro computer clone based on FPGA. The FPGA has 55K cells, between the power of MiST (25K cells) and MiSTer (110K cells). Includes 32MB SDRAM and 2MB SRAM. It has 2 DB9 joystick ports with zero lag, PS/2 keyboard and mouse, EAR input, VGA output, audio out, USB connector for dual protocol keyboards, microSD card, wifi module (ESP8266), on/off switch and power cable. Also it has an expansion connector compatible with ZXDOS+.
      • AmigaOS Documentation Wiki: Hyperion's official AmigaOS documentation Wiki.
      • The adtools project: Hyperion's official AmigaOS documentation Wiki.This is the Amiga development tools project that host a number of tools that can be used to develop applications for AmigaOS and Amigaoid systems. At the moment only the version for the latest AmigaOS version (4.x) is in a relatively good shape while this is probably not the case for the other systems.
      • Timberwolf, an AmigaOS version of Firefox: Looking for the source code for Timberwolf? Look no further.

    12 Mar 21

    Today's Highlights
       - Colanto has released new edition of Amiga Forever. Version 9 is the result of more than 2 years of development. Whether you love or hate them it's always good to see it being maintained.

    Amiga News Update
      - Nothing new to report

      New Links

      • A4000 Replica Project: Homepage of the Amiga 4000 Replica project.
      • Amiga 4000 Replica with Schematics: As many owners of the Amiga 4000 boards know they contain a battery and several electrolytic capacitors which when age and leak cause severe damage to the motherboard. The goal of this fund raiser is to have the original board converted to schematics and Gerber files. This will allow new boards to be manufactured. The schematics will allow future updates and changes to the design of the board for future enhancements or improvements.
      • A4000RevB (github): Amiga 4000 Replica project. Based on the A4000 Rev B and funded by Paul Rezendes and the generous contributions of the Amiga Community.
      • RetroPassion: Putting the passion back into Reto. A UK retailer and service shop that offers A1200 cases, recapping services and repairs plus other parts for the Amiga.
      • Timberwolf (github): Refactor tfrieden/timberwolf to restore commit history.
      • llvm-m68k for AmigaOS (github): This is a fork of the unfinished llvm-m68k with the goal of creating a llvm backend generating m68k assembly targeting AmigaOS 3.x. Early WIP.
      • Cross-compiling for AmigaOS 3.x: I guess I'm not the only one that doesn't have access to a classic Amiga anymore, but still would like to compile the odd program for it. I setup cross-compilers to do so and thought I should share the experience and binaries I have.
      • Cross-compiling for AmigaOS 4.x: This is an unofficial guide to setup cross-compilers for AmigaOS 4.x. This document expects you to have some knowledge of linux or cygwin, as these are the plattforms used in this document.
      • Happy Birthday – AmigaWorld wird 20: I'll gladly post a link to any AMIGA site that's been up and running for 20 years! Happy Birthday!!
      • Putty Squad: 20 YEARS IN THE MAKING AND 100% FREE – PUTTY SQUAD OUT NOW FOR AMIGA. I am delighted to announce that having worked closely with some of Amiga’s incredibly passionate community, Putty Squad, one of the most memorable platform games of the 90s is finally being released for the Amiga; and it’s available to download now, completely free of charge. Without the help of Phil B-B from the Amiga community, and of course John Twiddy & Phil Thornton, this never would have happened. I would like to thank them all for their hard work.
      • Amiga Games That Weren't: Welcome to Amiga Games That Weren't - now part of Amiga Lore! Legend tells of a breed of Amiga games that never crawled out of the primordial development swamp of their early existence. Games that never stood blinking in the sunlight of the gaming world. Games that were never devoured by predators of the Amiga jungle. They are the... Amiga Games That Weren't.
      • Amiga PiJoystick: Control your Amiga 9-pin Joystick port with a Raspberry PI.
      • Arduino Amiga Floppy Disk Reader (V1): An Arduino powered floppy disk controller and reader for making disk images from old AmigaDOS floppy disks. My Aim: To create a simple, cheap and open source way to recover data from Amiga DD floppy disks from within Windows 10 and other operating systems. My Solution: An Arduino + a Windows application. Why: To preserve data from these disks for the future. Also, a normal PC can't read Amiga disks due to the way they are written.
      • Arduino Amiga Floppy Disk Reader/Writer (V2.2): An Arduino powered floppy disk controller and reader/writer for making and writing disk images from and to old AmigaDOS floppy disks. My Aim: To create a simple, cheap and open source way to recover and rewrite data from and to Amiga DD floppy disks from within Windows 10. My Solution: An Arduino sketch + a Windows application (which can be ported to other O/S) that actually works! Why: To preserve data from these disks for the future. Also, a normal PC can't read/write Amiga disks due to the way they are written.

    8 Mar 21

    Today's Highlights
       - I'm always happy to see the Amiga hit the front pages of Slashdot. By this time in the story the comments are VERY split between loving nostalgia and callous indifference. Still I'm of the belief that any mainstream news is good news. Right?

       - And to cheer things up this is my NEW favorite page! Carl Svensson has a WONDERFUL little page that sums the Little Things That Made Amiga Great. Enjoy!

       - **ATTENTION** has changed its domain name to I've updated my bookmarks... Have you?

    Amiga News Update
      - Nothing new to report

      New Links

      • Amiga 1200+: This project is a re-implementation of the Amiga 1200 board started from the schematics. I made some changes and enhancements to the original schematics.
      • Resurrecting An Amiga 500+: Recently, I was lucky enough to receive a big haul of retro computer gear from a friend who was emptying out his garage. Even better, the haul was almost entirely old Amiga gear — my favorite computing platform of all time. Upon returning home, I gleefully sorted through the boxes, powering things up one by one. Amazingly, everything worked… except for one lonely Amiga 500+. I was greeted by a dull grey screen. This wouldn’t do, so naturally, I got to work.
      • Recreating The Amiga 1200 PCB From Pictures: In the past we’ve talked about one of the major downsides of working with vintage computer hardware, which of course is the fact you’re working with vintage computer hardware. The reality is that these machines were never designed to be up and running 20, 30, or even 40-odd years after they were manufactured. Components degrade and fail, and eventually you’re going to need to either find some way to keep your favorite classic computer up and running or relegate it to becoming a display piece on the shelf. If you’re like [John Hertell], you take the former option. Knowing that many an Amiga 1200 has gone to that great retrocomputing museum in the sky due to corroded PCBs, he decided to recreate the design from scans of an unpopulated board. While he was at it, he tacked on a few modern fixes and enhancements, earning his new project the moniker: “Re-Amiga 1200”
      • An Incredible ATX Amiga 4000 Motherboard: This board could be considered a modern reincarnation of the Amiga 4000T, which was an official tower version of the standard Amiga 4000 released by Commodore in 1994. It features a 68030 CPU, with 16 MB Fast RAM and 2 MB Chip RAM. For expansion there are four full-length Zorro III slots and three ISA slots, as well as IDE ports for a floppy and hard drive.
      • RGB4ALL – composite and s-video module: The RGB4ALL is a universal video converter based on AD724 chip. It takes RGB signal on an input, encodes and outputs it to more convenient Composite video or S-Video sockets which are more often seen in modern TVs. It was tested with Amiga 500/600/1200, Amstrad 464/6128, Neo Geo MVS and other hardware that outputs RGB signal.
      • Little Things That Made Amiga Great: A deep dive into a selection of ingenious AmigaOS features. {Should be MANDITORY reading for all newbies}
      • The Complete Amiga 500 Vampire V500 V2+ Installation Guide: In this guide I guide you through the installation process of Vampire V500 V2+ card.

    6 Mar 21

    Today's Highlights
       - I'm happy to report that my first (2) issues of Amiga Addict arrived from the UK earlier this week. It's a great read and I was very impressed with the quick delivery across the pond. I wish them much success.

       - And I see that the Italian market getting a new print magazine called Passione Amiga. I wish them all the best too!

       - Congratulations to Kevin Saunders who has won the DiscreeteFX Vampire V4 giveaway.

       - And WOW!!! Can't believe I never stumbled upon this before. After doing a little spelunking from a link on, I stumbled across a treasure trove of documents and (1) video discussing the plans Amiga had to expand its IP. But before I go any further here's a bit on insight on who Pluritas was/is.

        "Founded in 2002, Pluritas ( is a global IP transaction advisory firm specializing in divestitures, acquisitions, and mergers where Intellectual Property (IP) is a major component of the transaction."

        So back in 2010 they were hired by Amiga Inc to market their IP and further launch Amiga Anywhere. From what I've read it looks like they were really trying to give it a shot. To bad we all know how it turned out.

        From their press release


    Pluritas, LLC, a leading IP transaction advisory firm, is currently accepting offers to acquire the worldwide rights to the AMIGA trademarks and associated intellectual property. The Amiga computer, launched by Commodore International in 1985, was acclaimed for combining superior multimedia technology with ease of use, creating millions of loyal customers throughout the world. The Amiga community thrives today and has been awaiting the return of the brand that helped revolutionize the computer and gaming industry. The Amiga computer was recently voted the 7th greatest computer and the 37th best tech product of all-time by PC World.

    Amiga Inc., who is also actively seeking investment capital to fund the ongoing development of their enabling technologies, holds the intellectual property related to the AMIGA personal computer that was developed and sold by Commodore International and Amiga Corporation, including hardware designs, software, operating systems, trademarks, and other intellectual properties. Bill McEwen, CEO of Amiga states that “we are very excited to be working with Pluritas as Amiga has developed a platform in which a strategic buyer or investor can launch new products and technologies that are game changers for the consumer and industry.”

        There are also several documents pertaining to worldwide trademark search results but the (2) that really caught my eye are
          - Sale Of Amiga Trademarks And Intellectual Property Assets (A must read!)
          - Draft of an Amiga Mutual Non-Disclosure Agreement (NDA) (Intersting)

        The best thing I found wasn't a doc but a ~8 min video clip of Bill McEwen on TechTV discussing and demonstrating Amiga Anywhere. It just so happens that the above link for Amiga Anywhere includes that same video too. Found the video twice in one day. Small world.

    Amiga News Update
      - Still quiet on the Hyperion vs. Colanto except for this tweet found over on Amiga Documents that states Ben has reportedly ended settlement negotiations due to issues with developers. If true I'm sure this isn't going to help lead to a quicker resolution.

      New Links

      • Amiga Trademarks: A PDF no later than mid 2010 of the current Amiga listed trademarks.
      • AMIGANG: If you're a first time visitor, this site is dedicated to covering all the information on the next generation of Amiga computer and operating systems.
      • AmigaPython: Python is developed mainly for the Unix platform. Because the full source code is available, ports to many other platforms exist nowadays. These include Macintosh, Windows and AmigaOS of course! AmigaPython is the Python version for AmigaOS. Not only is it largely compatible with the 'mainstream' Unix Python version, but it is also a real Amiga program by adding some exciting Amiga features to it.
      • AmiLion 1.0: Features Windows & Raspberry Pi App for Amikit XE 12 Quick Rabbit Hole Apps 32 Internet Links to Popular & Useful Web Site.
      • Introducing “Django”, a cheap and compact PowerPC motherboard project: In this post I would like to introduce you to a project I am currently working on: the “Django” PowerPC motherboard. My goal is to publish the schematics of the board as fully Open Source Hardware, enabling anyone interested in having a cheap and compact PowerPC computer for use as a desktop development platform.
      • Vamos: Vamos is a tool that allows to run AmigaOS m68k binaries directly on your Mac. It emulates the AmigaOS by providing implementations for some functions of the Exec and DOS library. It will run typical console binaries that do not rely on user interface (intuition) or graphics stuff. Its main focus is to run old compilers and assemblers to have some sort of “cross” compilers. This approach will not run any applications or games using direct hardware register access – for this a machine emulator like P-UAE is the tool you will need...
      • New Apollo 1240/40 cooling system: My "Frankenstein" Apollo 1240 accelerator needed some decent cooling, so I built something.
      • Demoscene: The Amiga Years, Volume 1: A good review of the book.
      • rdbtool: The rdbtool is a tool from the amitools tool set that allows to inspect or create hard disk partitions readable by the classic Amiga family of computers. The RDB or Rigid Disk Block is a format to describe the first blocks of a hard disk that store information of partitions and file systems used in the partitions.

    27 Feb 21

    Today's Highlights
       - More links on the front page and some work done on the back end.

    Latest News
      - Interesting... I see that is reporting that Timothy de Groote no longer a director at Hyperion. So what does that mean? To be honest I'm not exactly sure. Is Hyperion close to throwing in the towel? Is Ben Hermans going to double down and never give in? Will Hyperion be getting someone to replace him? Is this all over in two more weeks? Stand by for the next episode of "How the dumpster burns".

      -An just incase anyone missed this Tynemouth Software Tindie store is closed until the further notice.

      New Links

      • SDBox: A small device that you can plug into your Amiga's parallel port and get access to a sd-card formatted with e.g. a windows FAT file system. It uses an Arduino Nano V3 and a common cheap MicroSD Card Adapter that has a voltage level shifter on board.
      • LL530 - Amiga Keyboard and Controller USB widget: This allows you to connect Commodore and Atari controllers, and Amiga keyboards to your RasPi or Desktop computer, for emulation & gaming.
      • API2: Our framework called API2 can be used with both the C language and our new language. To illustrate how much easier and faster it is to program using our framework, below are two C programs doing exactly the same, wait one second and then display the words "Time is up!". The one on the left uses API2, the one on the right uses only the standard functions provided by AmigaOS.
      • Amiga-Stuff: Currently available on this website are: PD Index, Hardware info, Crunchers, Archivers, FileSystems, Virus, Mod-packers, Demos, Amiga and CD³² Game Music on Audio CDs, Commodore Techtopics, Books, For sale and more!
      • Son of Transputer powers new Amiga box: There was only one place to be for Amiga enthusiasts this weekend: a tent at Bletchley Park. Saturday saw the unveiling of the first dedicated Amiga box for some time, in the shape an unusual and technically advanced system that maintains the Amiga's bleeding edge reputation. The AmigaOne X1000 is a custom dual core PowerPC board with plenty of modern ports and I/O interfaces.
      • Amiga 1000: un prototipo (Spanish): Small write up about the first Amiga.
      • OpenAmiga500FastRamExpansion: 4/8 MB Fast RAM Expansion for the Commodore Amiga 500.
      • OpenAmiga600FastRamExpansion: 4/8 MB Fast RAM Expansion for the Commodore Amiga 600.
      • A4000 Daughterboard KIT: This is a kit to build a A4000 Daughterboard. This daughterboard was designed from ground using 4 layers and also adding some features, like VGA Output, independent clock for graphics cards. Also all the components are SMD.
      • Starring the Computer: a website dedicated to the use of computers in film and television. Each appearance is catalogued and rated on its importance (ie. how important it is to the plot), realism (how close its appearance and capabilities are to the real thing) and visibility (how good a look does one get of it). Fictional computers don't count (unless they are built out of bits of real computer), so no HAL9000 - sorry.
      • A-EON Talks About The Future of The Amiga Platform: Another triple reply thread over at Slashot.
      • Backups on the Amiga X5000: Experiences of performing backups on a X5000.
      • A guide to repairing the Amiga real time clock circuit: This section will cover how to diagnose and repair common faults with the RTC circuit, as well as other common problems caused by a leaking battery. PLEASE NOTE that this information is specifically for the A4000D, but the theory and repair notes can also be applied to other models.
      • Planet m68k: News around Motorola 680x0 CPU computer systems.
      • AmiSSL: AmiSSL is an Amiga port of OpenSSL. It is a library that makes it possible for Amiga programmers to write programs that use SSL (for example, web browser authors would use it to add support for HTTPS protocol).

    24 Feb 21

    Today's Highlights
       - Always surprised when I discover a GREAT website such as AMIGAOS. Check it out and you'll know what I mean.

    Latest News
      - On 16 Feb there was news that the trademark name AMIGA has been obtained by Colanto Corporation. What does this mean going forward? I know there are people who are dead set against them and even plan on leaving the scene. I, on the otherhand, tend to think a consolidation of the Amiga IP can be a positive thing. Honestly how could things get any worse? Now lets all hope more good news is just around the next proverbial "two week" corner.

      New Links

      • Amiga OS :: multimedia, multi-threaded, multi-tasking: Welcome to the (unofficial) AmigaOS Support Homepage. On this page you will find all important information and updates for the AmigaOS 3.1, 3.5 and 3.9 for your Amiga computer.
      • The A1100 Project: A replacement MB designed to fit in the original case. Features: 020 @ 14Mhz, 64MB Ram, can use either A1000 or A1200 expansion cards, flicker fixer, serial & parallel ports, IDE, VGA, RCA color composite and more! Incredible project!!
      • DTML Lemmings: Hi! Welcome to DHTML Lemmings! This is a remake of Lemmings all written in javascript. You will be needing a modern browser and a fairly fast PC to play this game. IE5.5+ pr a recent Mozilla / Opera version and a 500+ Mhz processor should do, but more power is better :)
      • Amiga Now Includes HDMI By Way Of A Raspberry Pi Daughterboard: If you had an Amiga during the 16-bit home computer era it’s possible that alongside the games and a bit of audio sampling you had selected it because of its impressive video capabilities. In its heyday the Amiga produced broadcast-quality graphics that could even be seen on more than a few TV shows from the late 1980s and early 1990s. It’s fair to say though that the world of TV has moved on since the era of Guru Meditation, and an SD video signal just won’t cut it anymore. With HDMI as today’s connectivity standard, [c0pperdragon] is here to help by way of a handy HDMI upgrade that taps into the digital signals direct from the Amiga’s Denise chip.
      • Retrocomputing Spray Paints: Amiga Beige, Commodore, And ATARI Grey: [retrohax] has provided vintage computer guidance for years, and part of that guidance is this: sometimes using paint as part of restoration is simply unavoidable. But the days of tediously color-matching to vintage hardware are gone, thanks to [retrohax] offering custom-mixed spray paints in Amiga 500 Beige, C-64 Beige, and ATARI ST/SE Grey. (At the moment only delivery within Poland is available due to shipping restrictions, but [retrohax] is working on a better solution.)
      • An Amiga Sampler 30 Years Later: There was a magic moment for a few years around the end of the 1980s, when home computers were better than professional ones. That’s a mighty grand pronouncement, but it refers to the crop of 16-bit home computers that genuinely were far better than nearly all PCs at the time for multimedia tasks. You could plug a sampler cartridge into your Amiga and be in the dance charts in no time, something which sparked a boom in electronic music creativity. As retrocomputing interest has soared so have the prices of old hardware, and for those still making Amiga music that cart can now be outrageously expensive. it’s something [echolevel] has addressed, with an open-source recreation of an Amiga sampler.
      • Why You (Probably) Won’t Be Building A Replica Amiga Anytime Soon: An informative write up of why building a replica Amiga is harder than it sounds.
      • Doom Clone Shows What An Alternate-Reality Amiga Could’ve Had: Can you run Doom on the Amiga? No, not really, and arguably that was one of the causes for the computer’s demise in the mid-90s as it failed to catch up on the FPS craze of the PC world. [Krzysztof Kluczek] of the Altair demogroup has managed not exactly to remedy that status with the original article, but to show us how a potential contender could’ve been designed for the unexpanded Amiga hardware back in the day.
      • The Amiga 1000, Still Receiving New Peripherals 35 Years Later: In the world of retrocomputing it’s the earliest models that garner the most interest, usually either due to their rarity, or sometimes just because of their flaws. The Commodore Amiga 1000 is a case in point, it was the machine everybody wanted but its A500 home computer sibling made the Amiga a success story. Peripherals for the 500 are plentiful then, while those for the 1000 remain a rarity. Thus it’s a treat to see an A1000 peripheral appear in the present day, in the form of a memory, clock, and SD card expansion called the Parciero. It packs 8Mb of SRAM to give the Amiga some truly quick fast memory, something that would have used an eye-wateringly expensive brace of chips back in the day but now has just a single package.
      • Building Replica Amigas To Preserve Digital Artwork: A few years back, the Andy Warhol Museum ran into an unusual problem. They wanted to display digital pieces the pop artist created on his Amiga 1000 back in the 1980s, but putting the vintage computers on the floor and letting the public poke around on them wasn’t really an option. So the team at [Iontank] were tasked with creating an interactive display that looked like a real Amiga, but used all modern technology under the hood.
      • Jay Miner Interview Pasadena, September 1992: A very well done interview with Jay Miner.
      • Amiga Unix Wiki: This site is dedicated on preserving Amix's history and sharing information and instructions on what Amix is, how to install it (either on real hardware or in emulation) and what can you do with it. Mainly, it tries to cater to people who wish to run AMIX for whatever reason on their hardware. By documenting experiences with it, it is hoped that subsequent SVR4 junkies will find the way more smooth than it might have been without any guidance at all.
      • Project Horizon: A fun looking "Commando" type game but on the moon. Really well done.
      • Ermentrud – Das Spiel: Unfinished adventure game for AmigaOS 3. It was developed with the Inga engine. You can find a demo on Aminet. Most of the backgrounds were colorized by Jan Heinemann and the story was written by Johannes Conrady.
      • Inga – Adventure Game Engine: Inga stands for Inutilis Graphic Adventure and it is an engine for adventure games including development tools. Download from Aminet. Further development was canceled. The engine was originally created for the never finished game “Ermentrud”.
      • FAQ about the 4GB problem: An in depth article on Amiga file system 4GB limit and several ways to attempt circumvent it. A MUST READ!
      • Vampire Italia - Forum dedicato ad Amiga e Vampire (Italian): An impressive looking Italian Vampire forum.
      • FAQ about the 4GB problem: An in depth article on Amiga file system 4GB limit and several ways to attempt circumvent it. A MUST READ!
      • CVE (Common Vulnerabilities and Exposures: The official page cataloging CVE issues tagged specifically for the Amiga. Currently we have (4) while micorsoft has (6191). Security through Obscurity for the win!! HA HA!
      • Amiga Ireland: We have reserved our venue again for our seventh annual event in January 2022. We will wait for pandemic restrictions on indoor gatherings to be lifted before putting tickets on sale. Retro lovers unite for a not-for-profit, friendly annual meeting of enthusiasts of Amiga, Commodore and life in general. Active since 2015, we meet every January and anyone can book a ticket. Read on to learn more about a typical event...
      • AmigaOS 3.5 Manual: All 5 manuals (Installation, Workbench, Harddisk, AmigaDOS & ARexx) in HTML form.
      • AmigaOS 3.9 Manual: All 5 manuals (Installation, Workbench, Harddisk, AmigaDOS & ARexx) in HTML form.
      • Sam440ep: Main ACube systems page for the Sam440ep.
      • Sam440ep-Flex: Main ACube systems page for the Sam440ep-Flex.
      • BYTECellar Category Archives: Amiga: One of the BEST sites on the web for vintage computing and here's their Amiga articles.
      • aMiGa=poWeR (French): Since 1998 one of the last of the printed Amiga magazines still hanging around. If you can read French you're in luck!

    12 Feb 21

    Today's Highlights
       - Nothing to earth shattering but I'm always inspired when I see all the projects to get a classic Amiga to use HDMI, a screenshot of Python3.8 for AmigaOS4, plus an AWESOME thread over at EAB discussing how a coder shows possible way in which some elements of Street Fighter 2 might be possible. We're not dead yet!

    Latest News
      - All's quiet on the western front.

      New Links

      • NUEVO Amiga A1100 (Placa base) (Spanish): A thread over at RetroWiki discussing a new motherboard replacement for the A1000. 020 @14Mhz, OCS/ECS compatible, 64MB, IDE, supports 2 Kickstart Roms, Flickerfixer and Scan Doubler, (2) Expansion ports: A1000 (86 pin) & A1200 (150 pin), ATX power supply & A1200 Clockport. Google translation
      • GoShell: GoShell is free and easy tool to open Shell terminal in fullscreen on separate screen.
      • The Maestrix: Maestix MaestroPro driver simulator that redirects audio to AHI. Now what is a MaestrixPro? Glad you asked. It was a 16 bit digital audio recorder created by MacroSystems back in 1993.
      • RGBtoHDMI: Bare-metal Raspberry Pi project that provides pixel-perfect sampling of BBC Micro video and conversion to HDMI.
      • Amiga-Digital-Video: Add a digital video port to vintage Amiga machines.
      • Amiga Now Includes HDMI By Way Of A Raspberry Pi Daughterboard: If you had an Amiga during the 16-bit home computer era it’s possible that alongside the games and a bit of audio sampling you had selected it because of its impressive video capabilities. In its heyday the Amiga produced broadcast-quality graphics that could even be seen on more than a few TV shows from the late 1980s and early 1990s. It’s fair to say though that the world of TV has moved on since the era of Guru Meditation, and an SD video signal just won’t cut it anymore. With HDMI as today’s connectivity standard, [c0pperdragon] is here to help by way of a handy HDMI upgrade that taps into the digital signals direct from the Amiga’s Denise chip.
      • Excellent RGB to HDMI adapter for OCS and ECS Amiga is out: Looking for an HDMI solution for your Classic OCS or ECS Amiga? Don’t want to use lots of money on it? Then look no further. This RGBtoHDMI adapter for your Amiga is what you need. Amiga community never stops to amaze me!
      • Dennis RGB to HDMI Adapter for Amiga 500 with Raspberry Pi Zero: A Dennis chip adapter to give your Amiga HDMI output. Check project documentation for details and BOM. Thanks to project owners (c0pperdragon and hoglet67) for this awesome work. This is V2 board. 2 Layers PCB 62.2 x 26.7 mm FR-4, 1.6 mm, 1, HASL with lead, Red Solder Mask, White silkscreen. Add pixel-perfect HDMI output to the Amiga machines.
      • RGB to HDMI: The RGBtoHDMI interface converts the "digital" RGB video signal from vintage computers like the BBC Micro or PC MDA/CGA/EGA to HDMI or DVI compatible with most modern TVs/Monitors. The interface comprises a Raspberry Pi Zero and a specially designed Hat containing a small CPLD. Custom firmware on the Raspberry Pi, in conjunction with the CPLD, is able to correctly sample each of the supported video modes to give a pixel-perfect rendition. The HDMI output is locked to the input so there are no frame drops, repeats or tears and it also has low lag of around 4 milliseconds (less than a quarter of a frame).
      • D520 Amiga Converter Plug & Play (German): Analogue video signals of the Amiga classic into digital video signals. No modification of the Amiga required: plug it into the DB23 video port of any Amiga Classic.
      • Patreon: Michal Schultz: I don't normally post links for individual fan based support but MIchals support for AROS alone is worth it.
      • AROS fork by Michal Schultz: Main AROS repository for active development. Contains the main Operating System components and Build System.
      • AGNEA: Amiga Group in Northeastern America: The Amiga Group in Northeastern America (AGNEA) is for all Amigans, in particular those living on Northeastern America (Ontario, Québec, New York State…).
      • AClub Amiga Québec: Facebook page the the club.
      • Antiryad Gx (AGX): Antiryad Gx is an unified cross platform and multi core 2d and 3d game engine. In development since 1992, Antiryad Gx today rivals and even surpasses many commercial game engines in feature set, optimization and stability. Versions for A68k, MorphOS, AROS and are available from within the main package download.
      • Antiryad GX: {A nice little overview} Overview of AGX showing the Amiga port.
      • Ambermoon: Resources for the incredible Amiga game Ambermoon.
      • Amberworld: File format information. I'm bringing the file format information pages back online, hoping to encourage people to share their findings, too.
      • WinFellow - Amiga Emulator for Windows: WinFellow is a high performance Amiga Emulator primarily targeted for Windows. It's distinguished API and core does however allow a fairly easy port to other OS.
      • CLib2 - An ISO 'C' (1994) compliant runtime library for AmigaOS: This is my attempt to get Samba 2.2.x ported to the Amiga. My first Amiga port required SAS/C and a number of strange tricks had to be pulled to get it to support the kind of environment Samba needed. But with the introduction of Samba 2.2.x many of those tricks did not work any more, which is why I decided to attack the problem at the root, namely the runtime library.
      • NWAG: North West Amiga Group: Was founded in late 2015 as a reaction to the renewed levels of enthusiasm centred around the Amiga computer. Set up as a point of contact and meeting point for all enthusiastic Amiga supporters and users throughout the North West, the group is aimed at all levels of Amiga user, from the gamer, to the creative musician, the image editor, the Workbench-whizz or the re-capper!
      • WookieChat: An IRC client for AmigaOS.
      • Firmware Sources for MNT ZZ9000 Amiga Graphics/Coprocessor Card: MNT ZZ9000 is a graphics and ARM coprocessor card for Amiga computers equipped with Zorro slots. It is based on a Xilinx ZYNQ Z-7020 chip that combines 7-series FPGA fabric with dual ARM Cortex-A9 CPUs clocked at 666MHz. The current version has 1GB of DDR3 RAM and no eMMC soldered. This repository contains the sources for the FPGA logic as well as the miniature "operating system" that runs on the ARM core 0 and instruments core 1 for user applications.
      • Rack mount Amiga 1200: A story about a custom rack mount A1200 Pointboots purchased off of ebay.
      • A1k SimpleClock: A neat RTC for the Amiga 500 and Amiga 1000 Computer.
      • Lorraine (translated): The Lorraine is a prototype computer created by the Californian company Amiga Inc. It was the prototype of the Amiga 1000. {LOTS and LOTS of pictures of the original prototype}
      • Great file manager Guide for Classic and Nextgen Amiga: A very well written article over at Amitopia about the different file managers available.
      • AmiDock: The Original 1-Click Application Dock for Amiga: A very well written article over at Amigalove about the history of Amidock. Lots of pictures and videos.
      • Looking Back on 35 Years as an Amiga User: Thirty five years ago I became an Amiga user. One of the first, actually. This is a meandering and reminiscent post of sorts, written to mark the Amiga’s 35th birthday and the 35 years I have known and loved the system.
      • It Was Always The “Amiga 1000”: I have written a number of posts over the years about the Amiga 1000 computer, the first model in the Amiga line, which was released by Commodore in late 1985. I purchased my first Amiga 1000 in October 1985 from Chaney Computer in Newport News, VA (and I have reason to believe it was the first Amiga sold in the state).
      • Manuals from the "AmigaOS3.5" and the "OS3.5 - Developer v2.1" CD: AmigaOS3.5 Manual, AmigaOS3.9 Manual, AmigaMail Volume 2, Hardware Manual, Libraries Manual, Devices Manual, Includes and Autodocs 2.0 & Includes and Autodocs 3.5.

    2 Feb 21

    Today's Highlights
       - I've been meaning to update the page for the last two weeks or so but I got caught up thinking "It's the new year. There's no rush". Now I look at the calendar and it's February already?!? Holy cow! Where did January go? Time to pick up the pace again!

    Latest News
      - The only interesting tidbit of news I read was a post thread at AmigaWolrd about a Settlement and extension of court dates in the ongoing saga of Amiga IP ownership. As pointed out in the court docs was a line that read

      "The Parties resumed settlement discussions to resolve all of the matters between them in October 2020. On Thursday of last week, the Parties reached the terms of settlement on the main agreement. The only tasks that need to be completed are for the Parties to attend to seven ancillary documents, including an assignment and novation agreement, mutual releases, stipulations of dismissal, and documents related to a proceeding in Belgium. In addition, Hyperion requires additional time to confer on one point with counsel in Delaware regarding a security interest. The additional time requested will enable the Parties to focus exclusively on finalizing documents and following through with the settlement."

      Is this a reason to get excited? Nope. Just another document to be added to the pile. Better luck next time...

      New Links

      • Amiga Telecom: {Yes I know this has NOTHING to do with the Amiga specifically but at least ir proves SOMEOME can have a successful business with AMIGA in the name} Amiga is a leading Austrian Telecommunication Provider focusing on landline phone calls and on international phone calls by mobile phones.
      • MiSS FPGA: FPGA Board designed to fit inside a Commodore A500 case. Uses the original A500 keyboard as input device! Runs MiST FPGA firmware and it is compatible with all MiST cores. Can run as Amiga (OCS, ECS, AGA), Atari ST/STE/Mega, MSX2+, Commodore 64, ZX Spectrum, Amstrad CPC, Atari 800, Sega Megradrive, NES, Sega Master System and many more.
      • Commodore-Eng: The newly resurrected Commodore founds a new companys branch named Commodore Engineering with other young Italian entrepreneurs, Luigi Simonetti as General Manager, Stefano Cianfanelli as Development Manager and Giovanni Celauro as Sales Manager: made up of only highly skilled national staff, it presents itself as a leading research and development body in the electronics and computer engineering sector and is invested with the honor and the burden of realizing the hardware relaunch and starting the software development process.
      • Commodore Company: Welcome to the official Commodore Company website. Our goal is to renew the Commodore brand and place in the market as this glorious name deserves, by producing awesome devices at fair prices. We’re not here only to look with nostalgia at the past of the first Commodore company that everyone has known in the 80s. We’re here to manage this totally new group and brand towards a completely unexpected future.
      • How to Emulate a Commodore Amiga on Your PC: Want to play 16-bit games from the classic Amiga computer? Here's how use an Amiga emulator on any PC or Mac.
      • Tech pioneer is Business Person of the Year. Tundra chief executive learned hard lessons with Commodore Computers (Web Archive): Remember the Amiga? Many people faintly recall a quaint early personal computer that fell under the juggernaut of Microsoft and Intel. But Adam Chowaniec, named Business Person of the Year last night by the Ottawa Board of Trade, has no trouble remembering a product many enthusiasts still believe was the best on the market.
      • What the Amiga Pioneers Are Doing Now: An old Slashdot thread about creators on the Amiga.
      • AROS (WikiBooks): The VERY detailed entry at WikiBooks with TONS of support pages and info.
      • The mysterious sales numbers of Commodore computers: A GREAT thread over at AmigaLove attempting to breakdown the true numbers of Commodore computers sold.
      • PiStorm: A replacement ARM based 68K processor for the A500 built upon a Raspberry Pi.
      • The Buffy Accelerator: The Buffy Accelerator, so named because of it’s Vampire killing ability, is a zero-FPGA, zero-CPLD, pure-CPU accelerator for the Amiga Computer. It is designed to fit inline with a 64 DIP socket and should be compatible with the Amiga 500, 1000, 2000 and CDTV. It’s based on the amazing Octavo OSD335x System-in-Package which hosts a 1GHz ARM Cortex-A8 processor (about 2000 MIPS), 512MB or 1GB of DDR3 memory as well as various peripherals. It runs PJIT from a small eXecute-in-Place (XiP) Flash ROM and is not designed to run and general purpose operating system itself.
      • Buffee Accelerator: Buffee is a Dual-Inline-Packaged Motorola 68000 accelerator based on the Octavo OSD335x-SM available with 512MB or 1GB of integrated SDRAM and capable of providing (at least) 68040 400MHz level of performance. The firmware side of this can be found on github here: nonarkitten / pseudo-jit
      • The Buffy Accelerator Pseudo JIT: PJIT is part of the Buffee Project. PJIT is a real-time version of JIT that avoids the traditional issues of dynamic memory allocation and non-determinism. It is designed to run as a bare metal process on ARM microprocessors operating in big endian mode to provide transparent access to a traditional 68K bus. It is useable with ARM SoC that integrate only a modest (by today's standards) amount of memory.
      • Amiga 2000 A314 Adapter: The A314 project provides a Raspberry Pi expansion to the Amiga 500 through the trapdoor expansion. Much of the 'magic' is being able to transparently access chip RAM without interfering with the performance of the Amiga itself. However, the Amiga 500 is also the ONLY Amiga model to feature this peculiar expansion interface. This board will add a standard 56-pin "trapdoor" interface to the Amiga 2000 and Amiga 1000 equipped with a Rejuvenator.
      • ScanPlus AGA for Amiga 1200 - 4000D: {Just in case someone else is looking for this same thing} For connecting on a flat VGA monitor, Natives Amiga resolutions supported (PAL, NTSC, DblPAL, DblNTSC, Euro 36 / 72, Super 72, Multiscan), Connected on Alice and Lisa chips, VGA backplate included, simple DPMS screensaver utility included.
      • Soft3[dev]: Retailers of Amiga, Minimig and other retro computing hard/software.
      • Soft3[dev] U-Boot page: Here you'll find various U-Boot versions developed for the Sam4x0 motherboards family from ACube Systems SRL. If you need to develop or adapt U-Boot boot loader for any PPC 4x0 based board, contact us to receive a quote.
      • Belgian Amiga Club: Welcome to our website! As you can see, we chose English as the main language for this website, because it is cumbersome to maintain it in all 3 official Belgian languages. Also, we can safely assume that the Belgian Amigan is quite proficient in the English language, since most of us used to buy or read English Amiga magazines, back in the day.

    13 Jan 21

    Today's Highlights
       - This year will be the year the website **FINALLY** leaves BETA status (LOL) but until then here are latest NEWS links to keep an eye on.

    Latest News
      - Hotfix for AmigaOS 4.1 Final Edition Update 2 available for download: Some users of update 2 for AmigaOS4.1 Final Edition have experienced stability issues after updating. This hotfix addresses these stability issues and fixes a couple of other minor issues found after the release of update 2. The hot fix is free to registered users of AmigaOS 4.1 Final Edition and can be found in the download area at Hyperion Entertainment will also be made available via AmiUpdate. The hotfix should only be applied on top of the original update 2 package released on December 23,2020!

      New Links

      • Twitter: Official AmigaOS: This twitter account is currently connected to the official facebook page ★ All opinions expressed are solely those of the AmigaOS Facebook team.
      • Inviyya: A horizontal SHMUP for the line of classic Commodore Amiga computers, Inviyya will feature 6 unique organic levels each with its own enemies and bosses, couple of special weapons, 3 layer parallax scrolling and nice music and sfx. Should work on every existing Amiga with at least 512k Chip and any other form of 512kb extra RAM (chip, slow or fast), PAL or NTSC ( for NTSC I recommend some slight acceleration above standard 7mhz 68K. Game is playable as it is, but it will look smoother in a couple of situations with a bit extra oomph.).
      • Amiga Parceiro: New device that provides the following features: 8MB of Autoconfig Fast RAM. It is a single 8MB of SRAM versus DRAM, so it really and truly is indeed fast with zero wait states, Coin-cell battery backed Real Time Clock (RTC), which comes with its own clock software that gets put into your startup sequence & SD Card Reader with 2GB MicroSD. It comes pre-formatted with the FAT32 file system and is readable on any PC as a result. This way you can quickly set up your new SD-based hard drive.This twitter account is currently connected to the official facebook page ★ All opinions expressed are solely those of the AmigaOS Facebook team.
      • Twitter: Hyperion Entertainment CVBA: The creators of AmigaOS
      • The World's Fastest Endian: **GREAT** article that fully explains **EVERYTHING** about Endians> Hint... Motorola uses BIG Endian... Intel and Arm uses Little Edian.
      • Old School Game Blog: Amiga enthusiasm, retro gaming passion. **A MUST VIST SITE EVERY DAY!!!**

    1 Jan 2021
    Today's Highlights
      - Holy crap... We MADE it!! If this year is only HALF as bad as last year I'll call it a win!!

    Wishing everyone a safe and productive New Year from the whole AmigaSource family.

    Previous years will be restored soon.

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