On Friday December 8th, 2017, we held the final Adelaide Retro Computing Group meeting in it's current form, with all three organisers (including myself) no longer running the events after this.
I am pleased to say that my study is finished for the year and exams done too as of today! This of course means that I can now return to my blog again!
Now this has to be a unique, and one of the rarest pieces of Amiga history ever: demo group "Nerve Axis" gets visited by TV channel ".tv" ("dot TV")!
New games! Amiworx and Amiga68K-Productions have some new stuff waiting for you classic Amiga gaming aficionados.
"Tales of Gorluth" by Amiworx got some sort of sequel by the name of "Heroes of Gorluth". It's an action adventure platformer, and claims to have some interesting NPC interaction, boss battles, lots of action, and high quality graphics and sound. It's available as digital download, and CD-ROM edition, which is limited to 300 copies, and requires a 68020 CPU, ECS/AGA, and 2MB RAM. You can get a glimpse of it's epicness over at:
A lot of AmigaOS 4 users are aware that you can currently buy a copy of Descent Freespace which was converted by Hyperion Software, however what appears to be little […]
I recived a mail from the guy behind the Babylonian Twins project a while ago now (a month ago…) and the mail basically asked if we could try and help getting more people in on the mailing list to (basically)motivate him to kickstart the project. The version will be multi-format and one of the versions will be the original Amiga version which they started (and supposedly finished) back in...
Today I am going to take a look at an updated version of a new file browsing tool which has appeared on AmigaOS 4.1 over the past few months, Workbench […]
Work/Life has been insanely busy.
Here are some screenshots of the 6 levels for ProXima 3.
Those who have read my last blog post about the Amiga 32 Event in Neuss, (and a record number of 1,200 people viewed this in the first 48 hours, so […]