One of the nice surprises I have found with using MorphOS over the past few weeks has been the ability to use modern and more up to date email client. You […]
You may remember a few months back the MorphOS Team released MorphOS version 3.10 with support for the X5000 for the first time and that many people, (myself included) were […]
Famous Amiga emulator WinUAE has been updated to version 4.0.1, as always fixing numerous bugs, and adding new features.
The most advanced and best known Amiga emulator just got another update. No huge changes, mostly bugfixes, and some new features like adding emulation of the QuikPak 4060 accelerator board.
On Monday this week, my replacement Amiga 500 system arrived, purchased untested from Ebay!
Sorry for the shortage of blog posts this month but I have been in Japan for a few weeks and came back to have to deal with family health issues in hospital here in Adelaide that have been consuming all my free time.
Indeed this evening is the first time I have turned on any computer in my house in over 3 weeks!
One of the biggest changes I have noticed over the past 20 years is that we have become so reliant on the Internet, that it is now an integral part […]
Good news for OCS Amiga gamers, there's some fine looking new game out to satisfy your addictions.
Alex Brown with Simone Bernacchia and John Tsakiris just announced the availability of their new action puzzler "Worthy" via facebook.
According to Alex's post on facebook, "Worthy" is a new game, that runs in 320x256 / 32 colors / 50fps on any PAL Amiga with 1MB RAM. It has smart enemies that interact with lots of different game level elements in complex ways.
Philippe Lang and A1200NET, who already created new Amiga 1200 cases and keycaps are going to create professional molds for new compatible Amiga 500 cases.
It's another amazing success story from the self organizing, crowd-funding Amiga-scene: According to the Indiegogo project page, as of today $186,734 USD have been raised, and the project was 112% funded on May 31, 2018!
These new cases feature a number of improvements over the original ones, apart from being brand-new:
Paul Rezendes' Amiga 4000 mainboard replica is moving along quite nicely.
Paul Rezendes from California, USA, has started a funding campaign to have PCB data files recreated professionally from an Amiga 4000 mainboard, and publish these under open-source license. A couple of weeks ago the goal of 5000$ was reached, and meanwhile has even been exceeded.