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News / Re: Coco Banana
« Last post by 4pLaY on December 28, 2018, 05:52:19 PM »
The authors have now cancelled and stopped selling this game after a lot of negative feedback, it seems they were also using ripped gfx from an older Capcom arcade game.
Coders Corner / Amiga Assembly for Visual Studio
« Last post by 4pLaY on December 27, 2018, 09:59:20 PM »
Amiga Assembly for Visual Studio is a (free) extension to support assembly language for the Amiga Motorola 68000 machines and emulators.
News / SimpleMail v0.45
« Last post by 4pLaY on December 27, 2018, 06:37:15 PM »
A new version of SimpleMail has been released, binaries still on SourceForge. Version 0.45 comes with following changes:

* Reduced folder index memory usage
* Asynchonous index file loading
* Updated Italian catalog by Samir Hawamdeh
* Many bug fixes

Get the AmigaOS3.x version here.
News / Coco Banana
« Last post by 4pLaY on December 27, 2018, 06:13:44 PM »
The new game Coco Banana is now available for purchase, check their Facebook page for more details on buying it. There is both a digital and a boxed version.

Minimum Requirement:

Amiga ECS or AGA chipset.
Any 68k cpu at 14mhz or more.
1mb chip ram & 1mb fast ram.
Hd Installation.

The authors have released a special christmas demo, get it here.

News / Hanafuda
« Last post by 4pLaY on December 26, 2018, 07:35:00 PM »
A Japanese card came called Hanafuda has recently been updated to version 1.13. Not sure of the specifications it needs but it ran fine on one of my A1200/060s from HD. The archive also includes an ADF.

Authors webpage & direct download link.
News / The Kiwi's Tale CD32/AGA & Experimental OCS/ECS
« Last post by 4pLaY on December 25, 2018, 02:57:30 PM »
Erik Hogan has created a fan-sequel to The New Zealand story. Some of you may know Hogan as the developer behind the (not yet released) Amiga AGA game AlarCity.

The Game features:

- Chaotic 50hz action and smooth 8 way scrolling across massive levels
- 15 stages
- 2 weapons
- 3 flyable vehicles
- 8 enemies
- 2 bosses
- Two player option - second controller moves vehicles
- CD Audio
- Support for 1 button, 2 button and CD32 controllers
- Hidden B-Side game on disc
- 100% free, now and forever

- Shoot: Button 1
- Jump: Button 2 (Up on one button stick)
- Jump off vehicle: Button 2 (HOLD fire and then TAP up if you only have one button joystick)
- Pause: P or Play on CD32 pad
- Quit: Escape or Forward+Reverse on CD32 pad

- Hold down Space or Green button during the map for a couple of seconds to unlock all levels.



Experimental OCS/ECS version


From the author:

- 2MB of Chipram is an absolute requirement.
- The game is unplayable on an 68000, at least an 020/030 or some form of accelerated machine is a requirement (it should work beautifully on a Vampire). It won't stop you from trying however!
- The screen border on some levels isn't pitch black. This isn't an issue on ECS machines.
- Projectiles aren't quite as smooth as on the AGA version, even on an accelerated machine, due to the AGA version's use of wide sprites. To be honest I don't think this is a huge drawback.
- Not as tested as the AGA version.

News / Re: New 68040 and 68060 Accelerators
« Last post by 4pLaY on December 25, 2018, 02:09:39 PM »
I have seen new blank accelerator boards at ebay.
New stuff is much welcome.

There are several entities working on new accelerator cards, lets just hope we do not have to wait years for them to be available and that the price will be decent :).
News / Re: New 68040 and 68060 Accelerators
« Last post by trekiej on December 25, 2018, 08:47:54 AM »
I have seen new blank accelerator boards at ebay.
New stuff is much welcome.
News / Ami-Express 5 released
« Last post by Phantasm on December 23, 2018, 08:47:57 PM »
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A newly developed, continuation of the /X line of software. This version is designed to be highly compatible with the /X4 releases but contains fixes for some issues and many new features.

It is also open source and the respository along with documentation can be found at:
News / Individual Computers confirms ownership of P96
« Last post by 4pLaY on December 23, 2018, 12:04:17 AM »
Individual Computers confirms ownership of P96.

After making the money transfer in december 2016 and signing the software acquisition agreement on January 30th, 2017, we have bought the P96 RTG software from Tobias Abt and Alexander Kneer.

In the following months, we have cleaned up the source code and made small improvements to the software. Over the course of development of OS 3.1.4, further improvements have been made, which we are now offering as a download product.

Read the whole news item at Individual Computers webpage.
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