Recently we moved house, so we’ve got more space now. I’ve therefore started setting up a computer/games-room for the family to use. My old Amiga 1200 will now be primarily used as a games machine (also for viewing old-school demos) since I tend to use MorphOS for other stuff these days. Here is a picture of my Amiga 1200 getting used to its new role:
After releasing the first stable version I have received lots of feedback from folks around the world. Most of you guys were positive about the release, except my good old pal: Mike Blackburn.
Probably there are not too many E-UAE users are trying to run it on LinuxPPC and one of the reasons is probably: there is no binary distribution. Yet, there are a handful of crazy people... One of them is Mike.
Okay, there were a few comments on both Amistore and IndieGo! Appstore blog entries that may clear up some issues I had at the time (I plan to revisit each when they are out of beta).
Two solutions were suggested:
Audio cards were a luxury in Amiga computer. Apart from a few clockport models, it was the Zorro slot machines that gave the real high quality option.
Maybe you remember the 1993 game Settlers for the Amiga? It was a real time, slow paced build-and-conquer game, and a really good one. Then came Settlers II in 1996 and it was even better, but wasn’t made for the Amiga. I used to play it a lot on my PC.