Today I wanted to take a look at the Microbee CGA to VGA upscaler, which is able to be used on the Amiga to scan double and de-interlace the Amiga native RGB output to a modern TFT screen.
This is my text-version (and slightly revided) guide how to build an ReAmiga 3000 that I did as a youtube videoseries shown at:
This tutorial works for my A3000 clone, and both the SMD and TH versions. (but my photos is from the SMD version)
The SMD version. is called like this that all passives etc is SMD. still chips etc is as it is on the original A3000, TH.
You might remember my last few posts about the return to Amiga of Mutation Software and how they re-released 3 of their Amiga games to test the market a while back? Well, all the games sold out several times and they produced more of all the games in order to make the collectors and fans […]
Finally, another Amiga game is on the way and while some of you might recognize this game from earlier this new upcoming collector’s box certainly will make quite a few collectors out there go nuts. Golden Wing came out in 2018 but only as a digital download only and it was and still is a […]
Over a year ago I reviewed the outstanding book Commodore: The Inside Story, from former Commodore UK managing director David Pleasance. Writing said a review was a kind of cathartic experience to me since, as you can learn by reading my biography here, I was “forced” to stay away from computers the exact moment their […]
In a world that is often depersonalized and where we tend to follow major brands instead of real people, it is a real pleasure to finally find someone really inspiring. As far as I am concerned, this one is Stefan Vogt, adventures writer and coder who we already introduced on these pages with Hibernated 1 […]
Created on the Amiga using Brilliance II