Someone named AmigaSystem on the English Amiga boards has been making some recent videos that are very good if you want to enable some of the newer WinUAE features.
Here’s one that shows how to set up the new bridgeboard emulation:
Today I'm playing a game of Minesweep. I never really got the hang of that game, but I'm hoping that one day we might be able play some more intriguing games. On the Amiga, using JAmiga!
First of all I want to thank all the brave downloaders, I would not have expected so many downloads ;-).
sf.net records some statistics, interesting is the Operating-System chart:
Even if it still far away from a feature-complete and rock-solid release, it might be time to release a snapshot of the current state of development.
You can download v0.1 of Janus-UAE2, the WinUAE port for AROS, here:
Please keep in mind:
I have been away for over a month meeting my inlaws in Japan. Even though I did bring my Powerbook with me I ended up having very little time playing with MorphOS. But I did get the opportunity to visit a Commodore Fan Club meeting in Okubo (Tokyo) the 20th of September.
So, currently, we have ACube’s SAM460cr and A-Eon’s x1000 Nemo board that came be purchased today. We’ve heard that the x5000 from A-Eon is on the way as soon as Amiga OS4.2 is fully ported, and Individual Computers will be releasing an Amiga 1200-ish replacement motherboard.
Anyway, I'm a geek and geeks can't turn off the computer for too long before curiosity takes over.
Lately I have been investigating curves, I know what you are thinking, and It's not that, I'm not stupid, I know keep my distance.
I'm talking about other types of curves, or mathematically draw curved lines.