Amiga 4000 mainboard goes opensource!

Amiga 4000 mainboards are becoming rare these days, and are difficult to repair. But there's hope in sight. A lot of hope. In fact so much hope that you can almost grab a new one! Yes, we can make this happen!

Paul Rezendes from California, USA, has started a funding campaign to have PCB data files professionally recreated from an Amiga 4000 mainboard, and publish these under open-source license.

(This does not include any boards actually being produced - it's only about the data files required to do so.)

Road Avenger, Out Now On Amiga CD32

Pixelglass Games returns with another LaserDisc/SEGA CD FMV game port, last years game was TIME GAL which was a solid port and a pretty unique game for the Amiga. Road Avenger from DATA EAST is the third game in the ReImagine series, a label that carries unofficial fan projects and in general pretty interesting projects for us here at the AmigaGuru’s blog. Road Avenger is like most other FMV...



Honestly, I sometimes get the impression that games for our beloved AmigaOS platform are like buses, you can wait absolutely ages for one to appear and when it does, so […]

Spencer Just Jumped Out Of Nowhere

Entwickler-X is finally back , this time with a 2D/3D pseudo platformer for Steam & AmigaOS4x. At first glance the game style looks quite a bit like Tin Toy Adventures and the likes from the mid 90s, that is until you move around and notice the camera and depth added. The playable demo kicks off with some sparkling graphics and it didn’t take long to notice how much effort was put into...


Tower 57

I finally got the chance today to try out the full version of a long-awaited game, Tower 57, that I first heard about as a kickstart project back in mid 2015 […]

"Traces" - "Blender" was born on Amiga

Did you know "Blender" had a precursor? And it's Amiga software?

3D artist and photographer Piotr Zgodziński has held an interview with Ton Roosendaal, original primary author of the well known and widely used "Blender" 3D graphics software, and published an article, including the interview, some Blender history, and information about "Traces" - the earliest precursor to Blender, made on Amiga!

It's a very interesting article, with lots of screenshots of "Traces", and maybe best of all: usage instructions, executable and sourcecode!