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» Verkaufe: Amiga Zeitschriften, CDs by Fixi on 19.05.2017 - 22:07
» Roadshow "Ping" Update by AndreasM on 14.05.2017 - 14:59
» Roadshow "Ping" Update by AndreasM on 14.05.2017 - 13:12
» Hosts needs LF by ChrisMarsden on 13.05.2017 - 14:18
» CygnusEd future by Pierre55 on 12.05.2017 - 01:42
» Anleitung Databench by analogkid on 08.05.2017 - 09:16
» Roadshow 1.13 by Tomcat on 06.05.2017 - 12:01
» APC&TCP - 25 Years by AndreasM on 06.05.2017 - 09:58
» A500 Flash Kickstart Switcher by Honitos on 05.05.2017 - 17:32
» Elko Tausch A4000D Rev B? by Hinterweltler on 05.05.2017 - 16:29


The Amiga Future is a print magazine published in English and German.
The magazine is published bimonthly and can be ordered as a subscription or single issue.

Current Amiga News
Games-Coffer: 8 Amiga Demos + 4 Games Added Facebook Google Twitter
.: Posted: AndreasM @ 30.05.2017 - 10:24


Apologise for the lack of updates as of late. Starting with the Demos added (mostly AGA), they are:

Aerial Ultra, Deep, Fatal Morgana, Go With The Flow , Explicit II, Do You Believe, Generation-X and Atmos Fear.

The 4 Amiga games added today are:

Boche, Chaos Castle, Crown Of Ardania, The and The Mission.

http://www.gamescoffer.co.uk
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A Week in AROS - week 20 Facebook Google Twitter
.: Posted: AndreasM @ 29.05.2017 - 17:09


o1i write:

23.05.2017 - 29.05.2017:

- .dbg files are now ignored by AROS (Kalamatee)
- lowlevel.library m68k work continues (Kalamatee)
- Gfx Bitmap-Class optimization (Kalamatee)
- m68k type detection / optimizations (Kalamatee)
- fix undefined Locale's loc_MeasuringSystem (pollux)
- Intuition Screen fixes (Kalamatee)
- Apollo'080 detection (Kalamatee, twilen)
- MUI window class compatibility enhanced (neil)
- run setpatch from startup-sequence (Kalamatee)

http://aros-exec.org
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Amiga Kit Stocks Apollo Team Accelerators Facebook Google Twitter
.: Posted: AndreasM @ 29.05.2017 - 08:29
Amiga Kit stocks new Vampire v500 v2+ from Apollo Team
28th May 2017

AMIGA KIT Amiga Store is pleased to announce that it has reached an agreement with the Apollo Team to retail the Vampire branded accelerator cards to our worldwide customer base.

We have already received a limited amount of Vampire v500 v2 stock and this has been added for sale. We are hopeful of more stock arriving shortly in the next month.

The new accelerator is powered by the Apollo/68080 Core which is the natural and modern evolution of latest 680x0 processors. It's 100% code compatible, corrects bugs of 680x0 designs and adds on top most of the cool features which were invented the years after.

Apollo core : a game changer

Back in the 80s, Motorola was leading the market with his 680x0 CISC processors range, selling it to big companies like HP, Apple, Atari, Commodore, NeXT, SEGA and others. Today, 680x0 is still used by industrial machines, planes industry, cars vendors and is still used by retrocomputing fans around the world.

When put in an FPGA, the Apollo offers a good combination of moderate FPGA space consumption and excellent performance.

Apollo surpasses the performance of 68060 ASIC by far - even when only using low cost FPGA.

Performance Amiga-land deserves

Bored of tiresome 68020 performance, or the expense of 68060 accelerators and not feeling the same emotions with emulation? Apollo core resolves all those topics!

The Apollo accelerators are faster than a 68060 at 100MHz, delivering more performance to Amiga than ever before. It now makes web browsing, listening to MP3 music, watch videos a more enjoyable experience.

In addition each card can output 32-bit video through RTG and SAGA drivers.

The Apollo core on the FPGA can be upgraded from periodic updates release by the Apollo Team.

In response to the news, AMIGA KIT Managing Director Matthew Leaman said: "We are thrilled to stock and support these exciting and innovative products from the Apollo Team. In 2017 it is amazing to see the hard work and dedication that has gone into this project. It will certainly let Amiga users get a lot more from their computer at a great price."

Gunnar van Boehn of Apollo Team commented: "Lets work together to bring 68K and AMIGA back!"

Igor Majstorovic of Apollo Team also said: "From my perspective I m very excited to work with AmigaKit. AFAIK we can do all bunch of stuff in the future together."

For more information, please visit:

http://www.apollo-accelerators.com
http://www.amigakit.com/apollo
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Hollywood application: R²Z V1.3 released Facebook Google Twitter
.: Posted: HelmutH @ 28.05.2017 - 13:56
26.05.2017 R²Z V1.3 [OS3, MOS, AROS] released

R²Z - Reiz-Reaktion-Zeit. A program to measure times required to motor-react (pressing a key or the display) to different visual stimuli. Each test yields a score and there is an online highscore available. A simple offline data evaluation is also included. The program supports English (default) or German (when detected as system language).
Available for several operating systems

Change in this version:
- Settings get saved now
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Podcast Episode #34 - The Bolo Museum's Yves Bolognini Facebook Google Twitter
.: Posted: AndreasM @ 28.05.2017 - 09:07

Scene World: Podcast Episode #34 - The Bolo Museum's Yves Bolognini

Yves Bolognini is the founder of the Bolo Museum in Lausanne, Switzerland. They're working to preserve and display the history of computers, and they need your help! AJ and Joerg talk to Yves about this unique collection, and about the largely unknown Swiss influence on computing history.

https://sceneworld.org/blog/2017/05/27/bolo/
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Amigos Amiga Podcast: New Videos online Facebook Google Twitter
.: Posted: AndreasM @ 28.05.2017 - 09:02

Amigos Amiga Podcast release follow new Videos:


Amigos Challenge - Episode 2 - Footbags at Dawn

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=N38xgmeMhG8


http://amigospodcast.com
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Amiga On The Lake: No longer support A-EON and AmigaKit Facebook Google Twitter
.: Posted: AndreasM @ 27.05.2017 - 19:33


We have made a decision, concerning both A-EON and AmigaKit. The decision we made is grounded in our experience during the last 8 months in regards to both companies. As a result we have made the choice to no longer support A-EON or AmigaKit in any way, shape or form.

We are still here and "may" be carrying more stuff soon. However no more X5000 or A1222 or, frankly anything produced from either company. AOTL Donations is going on a temporary hold so we can refocus now that we are not supporting A-EON or AmigaKit.

http://amigaonthelake.com
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