The best thing about today’s consoles is that we get a lot of new games for them, well, quite a lot of them are actually remakes and whatnot from the old times and maybe best of all is that they even do the lesser known/abandoned games too. One of the least expected revivals happened a […]
Just got back from family holiday in Sri Lanka (thankfully we are all safe from the recent bombing)
Quick update, this is what I'm working on right now:
- New Amiga Game (untitled), similar to Galaga (game released before 2020)
- AmigaKit graphic requests (PCMCIA)
- Iridium Development
- New AmigaX (need name?) Hardware/Software (Classic)
- Rygar help (possibly new levels, at the moment asking my Patrons if they would like me to spend some times focusing on this)
Trap Runner was one of last year’s must-haves if you are into Amiga games and while the game is actually free as a download title you can support the developer by getting this new retail version. You can read more about the actual game and where to download it in my earlier write up here. […]
I blogged twice about Tales Of Gorluth back in 2014 and I promised to do another article about it too and needless to say that I did not forget it but I just never got around to playing the game enough to really write something informative and decent about it. Amiworx is the developer of […]
TrackerHero and Modsurfer have several things in common, not only are they both music/rhythm games but they’re also free and perhaps best of all is that they support your own Protracker modules too. I never did get around to write about TrackerHero sadly, but now that Modsurfer came out I sort of got this idea […]
Gods Remastered was released late last year with nearly no coverage or hype and the reason why I didn’t mention it anywhere either was simple enough, it was only released for Steam and Xbox, you know, the two formats I care the least (Ok, Atari too) about. The PlayStation 4 & Switch version came out […]
This weekend I took a look at the recently released Shogo: Mobile Armor Division, ported to AmigaOS 4.1 by Hyperion Entertainment! I took a look at it on my AmigaOne X5000 and also under emulation on UAE on my Windows 10 Core i7 laptop.
Yes, indeed, there used to be no facebook group specifically for Amiga BlitzBasic/AmiBlitz coders. This situation has just changed.
A little teaser for my public audience. A secret project im working on.
Oh, that's a nice one: "Shogo: Mobile Armor Division", one of the best FPS games ever for the Amiga, originally released in 2001 (for the Amiga) can now be purchased as digital download.
An interesting little project by Norwegian developer Stian Søreng, the APECAT - short for "Amiga Processor Expansion Card for Application Transfer" - aims to enable you to upload data directly to your Amiga's memory.
Another update to the AMIGA alive Web Directory - 71 links added, now 410 websites listed!
We also have a new section "Usergroups".
If you're looking for something specific, make sure to check the "Misc / Mixed" section, as some websites cover multiple different subjects, e.g. software authors may have created very different applications.