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Information is copyright 2001-2016 by Astruc Pierre, also known as RCK.
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icon  ENEMY 2 Collectors Edition out now!
Posted by crack - Yesterday 23:26
The Collectors Edition of ENEMY 2: Missing in Action is ready and now available!

15.00 EUR + Shipping

Contents of the Collectors Edition

- Telescope box with Cover-Art from Ogan Kandemiroglu
- multilingual manual with poster in middle
- ENEMY 2 on two floppy disks
- Update to version 1.28

Both the manual and the game are in German and in English. When the game is started for the first time the desired language is installed (note: the floppy disks will be modified).

ENEMY 2 requires 1 MB of RAM. If necessary the CPU caches and the AGA chipset must be deactivated. WinUAE users will find a compatible configuration file on our website.

About ENEMY 2

ENEMY is an action adventure in the style of the game Flashback. The first part ENEMY: Tempest of Violence was released in 1997 exclusively for Amiga. Unfortunately at the time the Amiga market was already dead, so that only relatively few copies were sold. André Wüthrich, the man behind the project, drew the conclusion and rejected the plans for a second part.

Some years later I contacted him and tried to motivate him for a sequel. At first without success. When I then designed new levels and confronted him with this, things took their course: André took a long thought exchange and we began to continue the story. Unfortunately the source code of the first part no longer existed and a new programming was excluded. We decided to make a continuation on the basis of the prequel. Getting out the maximum with given means. Together we reconstructed the level editor and draw new graphics. Because of the very low hardware requirements, there was a lot of headaches: the graphics should not be too big and had to share their color palette with the game figure, the shadow effects as well as the panel. Additional colors had to be patched in the main file of the game. A bit easier was the level design. We had extensive possibilities in the creation of new playing cards. In conjunction with the new graphics and the ability to define the abilities and intelligence of each character, new puzzles have been created for the player. Thus, even those who have mastered the first part will receive enough new brainteasers in ENEMY 2.
Due to the complexity and the length of the game as well as the technical limitations, the development lasted over four years. In 2013 the game was finished. We translated it into English and published it as a free download version.

A classic-style publication on storage medium with manual and box was not realistic for us, as it is still exclusive to the Amiga. On tireless pressure from some fans I calculated the potential production costs and started on a survey - with a surprisingly positive result. In addition, I was able to buy a larger lot of new DD diskettes and with Ogan Kandemiroglu I was given a well-known artist (thanks to nujack). His father, Celal Kandemiroglu, has among other things drawn the covers of the Rainbow Arts games and the covers for the german mag Amiga Joker. So I had confidence and gave Ogan the job. Both - a cover art and the DD floppy disks - were terms for an original production and finally fulfilled. This summer I started with the realization. The design of the packaging is consciously based on the first part - who owns this rarity can look forward to the following series:


We offer the Collectors Edition for a donation of 15.00 EUR + shipping costs. Shipping costs 1.70 EUR (Germany) and 4.10 EUR (worldwide). If you take two copies you have to pay for shipping only once! The telescope box is sent unfolded to avoid transport damage and to keep the shipping costs low. Instructions for folding the box are available on our homepage.

Please use the order form on our homepage because I am not able to look here around regulary. Thank you.
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icon  EAB's Donators Awards 2016
Posted by RCK - Yesterday 12:37
RCK's Avatar  Let's celebrate our EAB's Donators for 2016 !

With the leave and the addition of 1 monthly supporter, we keep the same number of monthly donator this year: 10 members.
Thank you for your continuous support guys

chiark New monthly donator !

Don't forget the 24 others donators !, even if they did not subscribe to monthly donation, they help us a lot.
This year, the best total of donations (20€ or more) were made by 3 members :

DamienD Best amount !

About the ad network, number of members who are displaying one advertisement is stable : 1300 members.
But the number of daily click if as bad as last year, 1 clic per day !, come on, you can do better than this guys
If you want to support us, just click "Yes" on your EAB Supporter option !

Thanks again for keeping alive,
Best regards,
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Welcome to the story of the Commodore Amiga by Nostalgia Nerd
Posted by Neil79 - Yesterday 02:50
Neil79's Avatar 
This episode deals with the "up" part of the story, and takes place during the 1980s. It charts the conception of the Lorraine machine (that would become the first Commodore Amiga), the early years and team spent working on the machine, the buyout of Atari followed by Commodore, the launch of the original Commodore Amiga machine (later renamed the Amiga 1000) and the subsequent Amiga 2000 and Amiga 500 machines which conclude before 1989 is out.
Part 1

Write up
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Vampire 500+ Pre-orders now being accepted
Posted by TuKo - 04 December 2016 15:57
TuKo's Avatar  Vampire V500 V2+ is now officially ready for preoders !

Register your interest now at

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Tiger Claw OST
Posted by Lazycow - 30 November 2016 10:14
Lazycow's Avatar  Saulc12 has released the original soundtrack album of Tiger Claw which includes all the tracks from the original C64 version together with the soundtrack from the upcoming Amiga version ( and a full set of remixes.

It can be found here:
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Amiga Future monthly News October/November 2016
Posted by AndreasM - 29 November 2016 15:30
AndreasM's Avatar  12.10.2016
Amiga Future 123 Member-Preview online

From today and applying to all Amiga Future 1-Year-Subscribers you can find in the Member's Part of the Webpage the online Preview and Reading try-outs of Amiga Future magazine - Issue 123.

Amiga Future 123 Member-CD-Cover online

From today, and available online to all Amiga Future 1-Year-Subscribers, in the Member-Part of the Webpage are the CD Covers of Amiga Future magazine - Issue 123, so you can download them, and print them out if you wish to save you from cutting out those pages from our beloved magazine.

Amiga Future 123 preview are now available online

The full colour preview and excerpts of the Amiga Future issue 123 (November/December 2016) are now available online.

Some of the interesting articles in this issue are:

Showreport Gamescom 2016
Preview Tower 57
Cooking for beginners

Of course there's so MUCH more actually in the magazine.

Needless to say you'll find some FULL versions of software, often what was commercially available, as well as some of the latest try-outs or freely released software applications and games for, hopefully, all of the Amiga type Operating systems, so that's Amiga 'Classic', OS4, MorphOS, and AROS, including some PD software for these systems, all on the cover CD.

A detailed description of content and excerpts can be found at:

The Amiga Future magazine is available as an English and German printed magazine - every issue is available in FULL COLOUR - directly available from the magazine editorial office and also from various other Amiga dealers.


Amiga Future issue 123 released

The English and German issue 123 (November/Dezember 2016) 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:

Messebericht Evoke 2016
Interview Amiga Waves
Test Reshoot

and so much more ... if you haven't already, get your collectable copy ordered today

A more detailed description of the contents and previews of this issue can be found at the Amiga Future magazine hompepage.


Amiga Future Mag Index Update

The Amiga Future Mag Index updated today.

20.11.2016 + 27.11.2016
Amiga Future: New full versions online

The download area of the Amiga Future was updated today. So, you can now find the following full versions online:

Gadget: Lost in Time
Heavy Metal Heroes

An overview of the recent uploads and changes to the download database of Amiga Future is also available from this link:

Of course we also want to be able to offer you many more full versions online, but to be able to achieve this, for you, we need your help, so ...

We are on the lookout for the Copyright holders for Amiga games and applications.
Do you know of any such person or can you actively help us in our search?
If so, then please contact us by email.

We are looking for extra support in order to revise the full versions download area of the Amiga Future webpage.
In particular, to check whether all those full versions formats (ADF, IPF, WHDLoad, AGA, CD releases, etc.) are complete.
In addition, a short description, in 2 sentences or less, about each of their system requirements and some screenshots need to be created.
If you want to help us, then please send us an email.

Support Amiga Future with Amazon

You want to support the Amiga Future webpage but don't want to spend money?

Just use the Amazon-Banner when visiting the Amazon webpage, if you want to order at Amazon.

For each order we receive a small commission. With this money we pay our extensive Amiga Future webpage.

hosting costs
programming work
and whatever else.

Simply use the banner or this link directly:


1.10.2016 - 29.11.2016
Amiga Future: cheats database Update

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.

Meanwhile you can find more as 3400 Games Cheats and solutions in the database, and there is always more.

The database is currently completely in German. If we receive enough donations for the website, we have planned to integrate a proper online database, which will also be available in English.

Since our last report the following Updates have been added:

25.11.2016 - Gadget - Lost in Time - Freezer NEU!
18.11.2016 - 4-Get-It - Auf Funktion überprüft
18.11.2016 - 4D Sports Driving - Auf Funktion überprüft
04.11.2016 - Z-Out - Auf Funktion überprüft
04.11.2016 - Zoom! - Auf Funktion überprüft
04.11.2016 - Zool 2 (AGA) - Auf Funktion überprüft
28.10.2016 - Zool 2 - Auf Funktion überprüft
28.10.2016 - Zool - Ninja of the "Nth" Dimension - Auf Funktion überprüft
28.10.2016 - Zack! - Levelcodes NEU!
21.10.2016 - Zeus - The Game - Auf Funktion überprüft
21.10.2016 - Zeewolf 2 - Wild Justice - Auf Funktion überprüft
21.10.2016 - Zeewolf - Auf Funktion überprüft
14.10.2016 - Za Zelazna Brama - Auf Funktion überprüft
14.10.2016 - Zardoz - Auf Funktion überprüft
14.10.2016 - Zak McKracken and the Alien Mindbenders - Auf Funktion überprüft
07.10.2016 - Yolanda - Auf Funktion überprüft
07.10.2016 - Yo! Joe! - Auf Funktion überprüft
07.10.2016 - Yogi Bear and Friends in the Greed Monster - Auf Funktion überprüft
07.10.2016 - Crime Time - Komplettlösung NEU!
30.09.2016 - Xybots - Auf Funktion überprüft
30.09.2016 - XTreme Racing - Auf Funktion überprüft
30.09.2016 - X Poker - Auf Funktion überprüft
30.09.2016 - XP 8 - Auf Funktion überprüft
30.09.2016 - X-Out - Auf Funktion überprüft

1.10.2016 - 29.11.2016
New Amiga Software Database Updates

The Amiga Software Database (ASD) of Amiga Future updated again.

The ASD is a database in English and German which will include complete information to all released applications, CD-ROMs, literature and much more for the Amiga.

Of course the dataset is far from complete. Meanwhile there is already information to more than 4200 titles in the database. Moreover there have been already over 6500 images integrated with more to follow.

Since our last report the following entrys have been added or changed:

Amiga Plus 2004/01-Magazines/Magazine-25.11.2016-
Amiga Plus 2004/02-Magazines/Magazine-25.11.2016-
Amiga Plus 2004/03-Magazines/Magazine-25.11.2016-
Amiga Plus 2004/04-Magazines/Magazine-25.11.2016-
Amiga Plus 2004/05-Magazines/Magazine-25.11.2016-
Amiga Plus 2004/06-Magazines/Magazine-25.11.2016-
Amiga Plus 2004/07-08-Magazines/Magazine-25.11.2016-
Amiga Plus 2004/09-Magazines/Magazine-25.11.2016-
Amiga Plus 2004/10-Magazines/Magazine-25.11.2016-
Amiga Plus 2004/11-Magazines/Magazine-25.11.2016-
Amiga Plus 2004/12-Magazines/Magazine-25.11.2016-
Amiga Plus 2005/01-Magazines/Magazine-25.11.2016-
Amiga Plus 2005/02-Magazines/Magazine-25.11.2016-
Amiga Plus 2005/03-Magazines/Magazine-25.11.2016-
Amiga Plus Sonderheft 8 Grafik & Video-Magazines/Magazine-25.11.2016-
Amiga Plus Sonderheft 9 Spiele-Magazines/Magazine-25.11.2016-
Amiga Welt 1990/07-Magazines/Magazine-25.11.2016-
Amiga Welt 1990/06-Magazines/Magazine-25.11.2016-
Amiga Welt 1990/05-Magazines/Magazine-25.11.2016-
Amiga Welt 1990/02-03-Magazines/Magazine-25.11.2016-
Amiga Welt 1989/06-Magazines/Magazine-25.11.2016-
Amiga Welt 1987/02 SH-Magazines/Magazine-25.11.2016-
Amiga Magazin Sonderheft 4-Magazines/Magazine-21.11.2016-
Amiga Public Domain 1991/12-Magazines/Magazine-21.11.2016-
Amiga Public Domain 1991/11-Magazines/Magazine-21.11.2016-
Amiga Kickstart 1990/09-Magazines/Magazine-20.11.2016-
Amiga Joker 1996/10-11-Magazines/Magazine-20.11.2016-
Amiga Joker 1996/08-09-Magazines/Magazine-20.11.2016-
Amiga Joker 1996/01-Magazines/Magazine-20.11.2016-
Amiga Joker 1995/11-Magazines/Magazine-20.11.2016-
Amiga Joker 1994/08-09-Magazines/Magazine-20.11.2016-
Amiga Joker 1994/02-Magazines/Magazine-20.11.2016-
Amiga Joker 1993/11-Magazines/Magazine-20.11.2016-
Amiga Joker 1993/05-Magazines/Magazine-20.11.2016-
Amiga Joker 1991/05-Magazines/Magazine-20.11.2016-
Amiga Games Extra 1996/12-Magazines/Magazine-20.11.2016-
Amiga Games 1996/01-Magazines/Magazine-20.11.2016-
Amiga Fun 1996/11-Magazines/Magazine-20.11.2016-
Amiga Fun 1995/10-Magazines/Magazine-20.11.2016-
Amiga Topcool 2001 Winter-Magazines/Magazine-20.11.2016-
Amiga Topcool 2001 Frühling -Magazines/Magazine-20.11.2016-
Amiga Topcool 2000 Herbst -Magazines/Magazine-20.11.2016-
Amiga Joker 1989/11-Magazines/Magazine-16.11.2016-
ShapeShifter-Applications Emulation/Anwender Emulation-16.11.2016-
Amiga Fever 4-Magazines/Magazine-14.11.2016-
Amiga Fever 3-Magazines/Magazine-14.11.2016-
Amiga Fever 2-Magazines/Magazine-14.11.2016-
Amiga Fever 1-Magazines/Magazine-14.11.2016-
Amiga Kickstart 1993/01-Magazines/Magazine-14.11.2016-
Amiga Kickstart 1987/06-Magazines/Magazine-14.11.2016-
Amiga Kickstart Spezial-Magazines/Magazine-14.11.2016-
Amiga Kickstart 1992-Magazines/Magazine-14.11.2016-
Amiga Kickstart 1991-Magazines/Magazine-14.11.2016-
Amiga Kickstart 1990-Magazines/Magazine-14.11.2016-
Amiga Kickstart 1989-Magazines/Magazine-14.11.2016-
Amiga Kickstart 1988-Magazines/Magazine-14.11.2016-
Amiga Special 1990/06-Magazines/Magazine-13.11.2016-
Amiga Special 1996/02-Magazines/Magazine-13.11.2016-
Amiga Special 1996/11-Magazines/Magazine-13.11.2016-
Amiga Special 1996/12-Magazines/Magazine-13.11.2016-
Amiga Special 1997/08-09-Magazines/Magazine-12.11.2016-
Amiga Special 1997/10-11-Magazines/Magazine-12.11.2016-
Amiga Special 1997/12-1998/01-Magazines/Magazine-12.11.2016-
Amiga Special 1998/02-03-Magazines/Magazine-12.11.2016-
Amiga Special 1998/04-05-Magazines/Magazine-12.11.2016-
Amiga Special 1998/06-07-Magazines/Magazine-12.11.2016-
Amiga Special 1998/08-09-Magazines/Magazine-12.11.2016-
Amiga Special 1999/04-05-Magazines/Magazine-12.11.2016-
Amiga Special 1998/12-1999/01-Magazines/Magazine-12.11.2016-
Amiga Special 1998/10-11-Magazines/Magazine-12.11.2016-
Amiga Special 1999/02-03-Magazines/Magazine-11.11.2016-
Amiga Special 1999/06-07-Magazines/Magazine-10.11.2016-
Amiga Special 1999/08-09-Magazines/Magazine-10.11.2016-
Amiga Transactor 1989-Magazines/Magazine-09.11.2016-
Amiga Transactor 1988-Magazines/Magazine-09.11.2016-
Amiga Video Journal 1993-Magazines/Magazine-09.11.2016-
Amiga Video Journal 1992-Magazines/Magazine-09.11.2016-
Amiga Video Journal 1991-Magazines/Magazine-09.11.2016-
Amiga Video Journal 1990-Magazines/Magazine-09.11.2016-
Amiga World 1995-Magazines/Magazine-09.11.2016-
Amiga World 1994-Magazines/Magazine-09.11.2016-
Amiga World 1993-Magazines/Magazine-09.11.2016-
Amiga World 1992-Magazines/Magazine-09.11.2016-
Amiga World 1991-Magazines/Magazine-09.11.2016-
Amiga World 1990-Magazines/Magazine-09.11.2016-
Amiga World 1989-Magazines/Magazine-09.11.2016-
Amiga World 1988-Magazines/Magazine-09.11.2016-
Amiga World 1987-Magazines/Magazine-09.11.2016-
Amiga World 1986-Magazines/Magazine-09.11.2016-
Amiga World 1985-Magazines/Magazine-09.11.2016-
Amiga Public Domain 1992-Magazines/Magazine-09.11.2016-
Amiga Public Domain 1991-Magazines/Magazine-09.11.2016-
Amiga Public Domain 1990-Magazines/Magazine-09.11.2016-
Amiga Public Domain 1989-Magazines/Magazine-09.11.2016-
Amiga Public Domain 1988-Magazines/Magazine-09.11.2016-
Amiga Praxis 1-5-Magazines/Magazine-09.11.2016-
Amiga Plus Sonderheft 1-12-Magazines/Magazine-09.11.2016-
Amiga Informer 13-16-Magazines/Magazine-09.11.2016-
Amiga DOS 1990-Magazines/Magazine-08.11.2016-
Amiga Informer 1-12-Magazines/Magazine-08.11.2016-
Amiga DOS 1992-Magazines/Magazine-08.11.2016-
Amiga DOS 1991-Magazines/Magazine-08.11.2016-
Amiga Byte-Magazines/Magazine-08.11.2016-
Amiga Aktiv 1-8-Magazines/Magazine-08.11.2016-
Amiga Active 2001-Magazines/Magazine-08.11.2016-
AC Buyers Guide-Magazines/Magazine-08.11.2016-
Amiga Computing 1997-Magazines/Magazine-08.11.2016-
Amiga Computing 1996-Magazines/Magazine-08.11.2016-
Amiga Computing 1995-Magazines/Magazine-08.11.2016-
Amiga Computing 1994-Magazines/Magazine-08.11.2016-
Amiga Computing 1993-Magazines/Magazine-08.11.2016-
Amiga Computing 1992-Magazines/Magazine-08.11.2016-
Amiga Computing 1990-Magazines/Magazine-08.11.2016-
Amiga Computing 1988-Magazines/Magazine-08.11.2016-
Amiga Computing 1989-Magazines/Magazine-08.11.2016-
Amiga Computing 1991-Magazines/Magazine-08.11.2016-
Tile Fall-Games/Spiele-08.11.2016-
Amiga Future 123-Magazines/Magazine-06.11.2016-
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New version of ADF-Blitzer Released
Posted by Daedalus - 28 November 2016 11:08
Daedalus's Avatar  The ADF floppy image reading and writing tool ADF-Blitzer has had a bit of an overhaul, and its first updated in over 15 years. The code's had an extensive rework, with a number of clean-ups and a few new features, including:

- Progress bar and cancel button
- Multi-disk writing
- Reworked GUI to fix some minor issues
- Low memory mode (no need to load entire ADF into memory), so works on 1MB Amigas now
- Proper error checking for opening files, drives etc.
- Fast RAM is no longer required

ADF-Blitzer version 3 is now available to download from Aminet.

I tried to get in touch with the original author for his permission to use his code but got no response, so I'm hoping he doesn't mind... Also, I've left the previous version (2.20) available on Aminet so that people can still use that version if desired.
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Amiga cases live stream now on line 5pm
Posted by supaduper - 27 November 2016 19:12
supaduper's Avatar  On line now guys ,ask Phillipe questions

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Janus-UAE2 v0.1
Posted by AMIGASYSTEM - 27 November 2016 00:15

Janus-UAE2 is a direct port of WinUAE including its GUI to AROS. Janus-UAE2 is still in early development and released as a development snapshot for AROS 64bit ABI v1 only.

Janus-UAE2 v0.1 Download
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Eagleplayer 2.05 Released
Posted by AMIGASYSTEM - 24 November 2016 22:51

This is a long overdue update to the (still) most comprehensive music player on Amiga. Eagleplayer is a free package for playing multiple music formats. It is highly modular, such that even the main user interface is one of the plugins.

Eagleplayer 2.05 Download

CHANGES since last release (read the documentation/history for more details)

- fixed Eagleplayer to work on 68000 again (some plugins are still 68020+)
- mixed sound output completely rewritten:
- AHI support
- 8 Bit Amplifier is now considerably faster (even works on 68000)
- unified 14 Bit Paula, Toccata and AHI codebase
- choice between normal nearest neighbor mixing and polyphase sinc
filtered resampling (68040/40, 68060 or Vampire required)
- built-in click reduction algorithm
- TRUE HIGH FIDELITY SOUND IN 14 Bit Paula MODE by means of a filter
(highboost) which compensates for the Amiga reconstruction lowpass,
enabling a near flat frequency response in a range of up to 18 kHz
(tuned for 28 kHz and 44 kHz mixing rates)
- FFT-Analyzer:
- faster
- less artifacts (skip internal mixing if mixing Amplifiers are active,
apply Kaiser window to FFT inputs, higher dynamic range in spectrogram
- optional minimal mode for BifatGUI: reduced number of controls
- included EMPYGui24 and EagleAMPGui in the Aminet distribution
- ID3v2 support for MP3 (includes workaround for initialization issue in
- Dirlistviewer
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Chocolate Heretic Amiga Port Released!
Posted by lantus360 - 24 November 2016 02:56
available here

supports AGA and RTG (Vampire 2) as well as Prisma Megamix Musiccard support - check the readme file for instructions

let me know what you think and if any bugs are found

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Mapparium 0.7 ARM-AROS Prerelease
Posted by AMIGASYSTEM - 24 November 2016 00:20

Mapparium 0.7 ARM-AROS: A special Release for ARM-AROS with some new Features (little redesign of interface)

Mapparium 0.7 ARM-AROS Download
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Candy Puzzle Playable on CD32 and emulator for first time!
Posted by Amigajay - 23 November 2016 21:51
Amigajay's Avatar  Thought this deserved a news thread as not only is it a new game to play for the first time , see this thread for the details but its a great clone of Puzzle Bobble toboot!

Thanks to Toni Wilen and DamienD who worked out how to crack the original games need for its jamma adaptor board.

The game now works with the CD32 Joypad to insert coins and start the game.

Thanks to Earok who worked out the button mappings;

RED: Start/Fire (Player 1 or 2 depending on joypad)
BLUE: Exit settings menu
FORWARD: Insert coin

DamienD has uploaded the game to here
And in the longterm you can access it on the EAB File Server under: /Commodore_Amiga/CD/CD32

Great work everyone involved!

I quickly knocked up a cover for it;
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NetSurf 3.6 web browser released!
Posted by utri007 - 20 November 2016 22:38

Memory fragemention problem is now solved thanks to Olaf Barthel's work.

It requires :

OS3.5/9 32mb ram.
guigfx and render libraries.

Netsurf itself doesn't require FPU, but render library does.

This is real desktop version based official source tree here :

Chris Young is looking for a help to get all features same level than OS4 version has.

DNADNL has made nice automated script for compiling, so nobody shouln't have problems to compile this. It downloads latest sources and compiles them. Making thing easier for those who would like to tinker with code.

PS. It is also in upload queue.
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Wicher 500 - new turbo card for A500
Posted by spidi - 18 November 2016 19:21
Here you can see the presentation of the prototype Wicher 500 turbo card for the Amiga 500.

CPU: 68000/68010 - 14MHz
FAST Memory: 1/2/4/8 MB EDO SIMM
IDE Controller (Kickstart 2.05+)

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