Hi everyone, It’s been quite a while since I last played the classic game Rick Dangerous from Core Design. I remember it very well from my Amiga 500 days in the 1990s, but have only played it from time to time since then. While checking OS4Depot for new releases, I noticed that a Rick Dangerous […]
I have port glfw 2.6 / 2.7 already but instead of claiming up with versions, I decide to go straight into latest version and good news aros should have latest version and working glfw In few months , I have not done much coding since my twins born and last project was amissl.
Monsters Of Terror is one of those classics that most have forgotten a long , long time ago...
Welcome back to yet another article hit the hit series " The Games We Never Talk About But Should"
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Hi there, Welcome to a new game review on the Gaming on AmigaOS 4 blog! Thanks for popping in! In today’s post, I’ll be looking at ZGloom, which is a C++ re-implementation of Gloom from classic Amiga. The source code was made freely available by the developers, but it is in 68K Assembler. The code […]
Hello, Today, while browsing for information about everything AmigaOS 4 related for the monthly round-up, I noticed that AAA Technology had announced a complete A1222+ configuration for pre-order on their Facebook page. AAA Technology states on Facebook that the A1222+ motherboard comes in a small tower with a 4 GB memory module (SoDDR3), 240 GB […]
One interesting software release I never had was the Australian Graphic Atlas software for Amiga. It is interesting to me since it was written in Australia, about Australia, for the Amiga. Perhaps people overseas have never seen this software before.
I basically rushed straight onto the PlayStation Store When Zool ReDimensioned got released. Always been a huge Zool fan. How is this school project remake compared to the Amiga classic then? Find out what I thought of it by visiting the Amiga Guru's Gamerblog...
AmiWest 2023 is this week! Couple last minute announcements so click more for details!
More breaking news of Amiga gaming: Spectacular low-end first person shooter "Grind", formerly known as "Dread", just got a new demo release.
I just recently added another HP/Agilent logic analyzer to my collection. This time it is the 16902A. I needed to remove the CPU tray to replace the IDE HDD with a SATA SSD. As a result, I figured I’d take couple images with my copy stand and share them. Hope you enjoy!
Hi everyone, As many of you know, the Amiga38 event took place in Mönchengladbach, Germany, last weekend. Trevor Dickinson of A-EON Technology held a speech there, which you can watch in the video below: Visitors at the event could test the A1222+ computer at the stand of AAA Technology. They could also sign up for […]
Finally we get some news about hardcore shoot-em-up "Reshoot Proxima 3".
And it's great news. The long awaited sequel to "Reshoot R" (and "Reshoot") is ready for launch - "Spieleschreiber" Richard Loewenstein and team have just put a new trailer video on their YouTube channel:
Reshoot as a trilogy has gone from good to amazing, and I for one never expected anything to beat the already fantastic Reshoot-R. Head on into the world of AmigaGuru's Gamerblog to find my Review of Reshoot Proxima 3. Enjoy.