1942 for the Amiga 500 has been in development for quite a while now and when I joined the project earlier this year then the base engine and a few levels were more or less finished albeit a bit crude. It didn’t take long before my (and other testers) bug reports (wasn’t all that bad, […]
It was announced that the Adelaide Retro Computing Group meeting in December would be a DOS themed meeting called Doscember. A few years ago I setup a Pentium 200MMX as my ultimate MS-DOS machine for running demos on the PC from the peak period for this in the 1990's.
I decided to delve a little deeper and find out what else I could do with the setup to show at the meeting. I was surprised at what else you can run under MS-DOS!
AmigaGuru’s GamerBlog Ranked (10 and 33) At Best Gaming Blogs Rankings I just noticed an ongoing notification on my blog lately and to be honest I thought it was spam, today I checked the links and the emails+notifications etc and to my surprise, it was yet another blog rank list where we ranked number 33 […]
Hi everyone, Back in 2018 I wrote a post about The Stanley Parable: Ultra Deluxe being in production. Back then they estimated that it would be released in 2019. It is now December 2021 and the game has still not been released, but Crows Crows Crows revealed today, through a video on YouTube, that the […]
Once again public health takes precedence over retro computing.
Due to increased spread of the coronavirus in Germany, an in accordance with expected restrictions to public life, the "Interface XXIX" event by Vintage Computer Club (VCC), Amiga-Club Schleswig-Holstein (ACSH) and Computer-Club Klausdorf (CCK) to be held in Kiel on Nov. 27th 2021, was cancelled.
No substitute event (online stream, ...) is planned - but the organisers already promised to create a new event and send out invitations once the situation is back to normal.
If you, like me, own a Mac Mini G4 you run MorphOS on, then I think you’ll find the video “Pimpin’ the MorphOS Mac Mini G4” by Ravi Abbott interesting. He goes about to enhance his computer with 1 GB of DDR RAM and a 256 GB mSATA SSD, which improves the speed quite a […]
Oh hello there, Game Of The Year lists have always been a thing for people and most of the time I would struggle like hell to find one to write about due to the insane amount of games (old and new) that I play throughout a year. Is it possible to write something interesting for […]
Boss Machine for the AGA Amiga's. This is the new Vine Level - very early WIP.
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Sitting at my old demo group’s 30th anniversary party (which I mentioned in this blog post), I had no inkling that we were in fact reviving a tradition. I’m happy to say that since that first reunion, we’ve been meeting on a fairly regular basis to compare notes, play with our machines and discuss all things Amiga. We’re now a mixed bunch consisting of retro hardware collectors, next-gen enthusiasts (yes, me) and occasional emulation users, but the meetings are always great fun!
No carrier, ATDT, ATZ, ZModem, XModem, Kermit, Door games, FidoNet, and SysOps. Ring a bell?
For those who never got to experience Bulletin Board Systems (BBS) back in the day, they were the pre-internet method for spreading software, chatting, playing online gaming, chatting on Forums, and a lot more too.
2021 has been a superb period as far as Amiga games release. Not only did new games appear on the horizon, but the time was ripe also for retrieving great titles of the past. In particular, thanks to a very dedicated fan (and user), we were able to put our hands on an unpolished gem […]
This week saw the arrival of my replacement Amiga 600 computer, recapped and resprayed in a beautiful dual tone paint job!
Ok, not reeeally Amiga, but then still very Amiga, is Fabrizio Farenga's Easy1541 website.
If you ever considered somehow doing something useful with your Amiga regarding the C64, it might have been to build an Easy1541-compatible cable, connect the Amiga to a Commodore 1541 5.25 inch floppy drive, and modify disk contents using Fabrizio's "Easy1541" software (see links below).