So after much time talking about it, and doing research, I’ve finally got around to spending some time on adding Yamaha YM2612 support to the badge computer.
Hands up all those who are familiar with the SAM Coupé? In fact many of you reading this, particularly outside of Europe may on earth be wondering what was this […]
This Tower 57 article has been on the “list” for way too long now, the crazy thing here is that the first preview article was nearly done in “early” January and then postponed due to Daniel ‘Daytona675x’ Müßener’s (the guy behind this Amiga port) hard work and ongoing changes and optimisations. I was let in on the beta-team early and believe me...
Typical way to run Amos under AmigaOS4.1 is by lots and lots onion layers.
With the recent release of MorphOS 3.10 last month, I decided to give it a go on my Apple Powerbook G4 17" laptop.
This time I decided to build my MorphOS system from scratch with a new install, and get to know MorphOS a bit better by building it up myself with what I actually want, rather than installing the separate Chrysalis Pack ISO that makes lots of changes to MorphOS and installs a lot of software I never use, without me understanding anything much about it.
Today I am going to look at an emulator called OSMoSe which emulates the Sega 8-bit family of machines on our AmigaOS 4 machines.. The most well-known of the range, […]
Popular german IT news site Heise has created an Amiga quiz for everyone to test his/her knowledge about our platform.
If you've spent some time with your Amiga, the questions should be pretty easy to answer correctly, probably even if you don't speak german.
But it's a good opportunity to refresh your memory - and to show the world we're still here!
I just scored 290 points - can you beat my result? :-)