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Almost all German Amiga Future issues sold out
Published 21.11.2019 - 12:36 by AndreasM
Ask Me Up XXL 3.5.0 released
Published 21.11.2019 - 00:42 by AndreasM
Ask Me Up XXL 3.5.0 has been released for AmigaOS 4, MorphOS and Windows! Including the feature to enable/disable add-ons you want to play. It's time to update! When? NOW
- New! In Quiz and Survival modes, you can now select the add-on(s) you want to play (enabled/disabled by , , ... keys and by a mouse click on AmigaOS 4/MorphOS). [...]
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10 Minute Amiga Retro Cast EP 44 - The AmiWest 2019 Report
Published 21.11.2019 - 00:29 by AndreasM
Doug of 10 Minute Amiga Retro Cast has returned and this time he has made an interesting report about the this years AmiWest 2019 event. AmiWest took place in Sacramento, California, in October.
https://oldschoolgameblog.com/2019/11/1 ... 19-report/
API2 and the new programming language
Published 21.11.2019 - 00:27 by AndreasM
A post about work on API2 has been published on Patreon. You can read in it about the next element of this project, the new programming language and its compiler. The language should be much simpler to use than "C" and require less code to achieve the same effect. There are also code samples which can be compiled with current version of compiler and resulting output files can be run.
Scene World: Podcast Episode #77 - The Internet Archive with Jason Scott
Published 21.11.2019 - 00:26 by AndreasM
Jason Scott is the free-range archivist of the Internet Archive and the creator of textfiles.com.
AJ, Joerg, and Martin W. talk to him about why preservation is so important and ways in which everyone can help ensure that our digital histories are preserved. Interviews starts at 26:59
https://sceneworld.org/blog/2019/11/17/ ... son-scott/
Pictures of the Gamescom 2019
Published 19.11.2019 - 17:40 by AndreasM
On August 2019, the Gamescom 291 was held in Cologne.
Of course we were also there with a booth and of course we also took some pictures.
It took a while, but from now on you can find our photos on our homepage
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New game: The Ninja Zombie Killer
Published 17.11.2019 - 12:38 by osz
"The Ninja Zombie Killer" is a game in which the player assumes the role of a Ninja fighter who tries to survive while jumping and throwing knifes in a world full of zombies. In addition to countless hordes of zombies malicious bats attack, too. Defeated opponents loose golden coins, which can be collected and converted into points. The gameplay is accompanied by an entertaining chiptune.
The game was created at the Capacitor Party 2019 in Málaga, Spain, which took place from 1st to 3rd November 2019. "The Ninja Zombie Killer" was developed using RedPill. The game requires an Amiga with AGA chipset.
Gameplay Video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=I840BqZzlEQ [...]
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New version: GoADF! 2020 2.0
Published 17.11.2019 - 11:24 by osz
Registered users have already been informed via email of the appearance of Krzysztof Donat's (Bitplan) new GoADF! version. The newest version - GoADF! 2020 2.0 build 2905 - was delivered to registered users attached to the information email. GoADF! 2020 2.0 brings some new features, including support for ADZ, DMS and HFE disk image formats. In addition, there is a new module to convert disk images: ADF/ADZ/DMS/HFE file to ADF/ADZ file.
Download and more information: https://bitplan.pl/goadf/download.html
Kickstarter: New mechanical keyboard for the Amiga 500/600/1200
Published 17.11.2019 - 10:14 by osz
A new campaign for the Amiga has been spotted on Kickstarter. Its aim is to bring new mechanical keyboards for the Amiga 500, 600 and 1200 on market. A functioning prototype exists already and has been successfully tested. The project also includes new key caps.
There are only a little more than two weeks left till the campaign ends. Unfortunately, the goal is still far away, but hopefully this could change soon.
Kickstarter campaign: https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/mi ... -keyboard/
Sardonic: A brand new shoot 'em up for your Amiga
Published 17.11.2019 - 09:57 by osz
"Sardonic" promises wild battles in outer space in the style of classic 80s shoot 'em up games. The creators of the game aim to publish "Sardonic" as a so-called multiplatform game. Currently it is already available for the Amiga, ZX Spectrum and PC (Windows) but other systems will also be supplied with this shooting happiness in the future. The work is still continuing on so we can expect more publications soon.
The game can be downloaded for free. According to the website it requires at least an Amiga with OCS/ECS chipset working in PAL mode with 1 MB of RAM.
Download and more informations: http://sardonic.planetaclix.pt/