Anyway, I have finally found a program worth doing on AmigaOS, well actually there many programs, worth doing, it's just finishing the programs, and having the tools you need to write programs, is not always easy.
I have a dull/ black/white tabby that my family followed in the ASPCA. He is incredibly passionate and does like to wind his physique around your legs, wherever you are or stroke facing you. He quickly fit straight into the family and family existence and not just did we undertake him, but our Port Russel Terrier immediately used him. I have had cats plus they all want to apply their bodies around you, objects, couch feet, you identify it.
This week I received my MIST system. This system can emulate Classic Amiga AGA system in FPGA (along with other systems like Atari ST, C64, CPC and more). I was very keen to try out the first FPGA Amiga 1200 AGA compatible system!
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It's been many a year since you've been able to pick up an Amiga magazine off the shelf of your local newsagent. I still have fond memories of cycling down to our local to pick up the latest copies of Amiga Power, CU Amiga, Amiga Format and Amiga Shopper back in the day (I didn't buy this many magazines every month, I might add!).
Modern Vintage Gamer has done a video-review of the upcoming Vampire II turbo-card. You’ll find it embedded below. :)
One of my "wonder if it actually works" projects recently made significant progress on the Classic Amiga 1000. I got the ACA500 working on the Amiga 1000!
As one of the backers for the "Hints and Tips for Videogame Pioneers" kickstarter, I look forward to the regular email updates sent out by Andrew and Rob Hewson. It's nice to be kept in the loop with regards to the progress of their book, and quite often the message will contain one or two other nuggets of information I'll find interesting.
The update that landed in my mailbox yesterday afternoon was a little different, however...
Since my last post on the AmigaOne A1222, I have been busy with the recent Adelaide Amiga meeting, but with that behind me, I am now working to get my Classic Amiga emulation environment on the A1222 sorted out.