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Amiga Future monthly News September 2021

Published 27.09.2021 - 13:28 by AndreasM

6.9.2021
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Amiga Future issue 152 released

The English and German issue 152 (September/October 2021) of the print magazine Amiga Future has been distributed today, and can also be ordered directly from the editorial office of Amiga Future, and the other Amiga dealers that stock the magazine. [...]
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"CyberSphere - a cyberpunk adventure" now available

Published 26.09.2021 - 12:20 by AndreasM

"Cybersphere - A cyberpunk adventure" by GDG Entertainment has been released and it's available in a collectors edition at BitmapSoft.

CyberSphere is an icon-driven game developed with text adventures in mind. Explore a cyberpunk-themed world spreading across a fictional town, its undergrounds and the outer space above it to discover its secrets. Traverse the voxels-made environment using an icon-based mechanics instead of typing text.

You are a hacker living Chiba City, home of your online rides in the cyberspace and land of smugglers, fixers and data thieves. One day you wake up in your apartment with an abnormal and pounding head-ache. Your vision is blurred, you keep staggering and it’s difficult to walk. Apparently, you have been out of business at least for a few days now, but you don’t remember what happened since your memories are quite confused. From the fog, fragments of the recent past seem to emerge, yet words like “Blipvert” and “Family Project” bear no meaning to you. [...]
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Robin Hood Amiga group Meet 2nd October

Published 26.09.2021 - 12:16 by AndreasM

Robin Hood Amiga Group is focused in the Parts of the UK Robin Hood used to roam. This time we are heading to a venue in Derbyshire, South Normanton. For the first RHAG (North) meet-up.
The date is the 2nd October 2021 (it’s a Saturday) with a start time of 1030am.

Tickets are now available,We are building the space, but this is hopefully going to be a nice, fun social get together.Around our space are pubs, shops and food outlets.
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More videos for Amiga online

Published 26.09.2021 - 10:14 by AndreasM

On the following links you will find your other Youtube-Video about the Amiga, which were released in the last days:

10 Minute Amiga Retro Cast: Amiga 1000 - 3D Printed Backplane for Cable Management - Episode 109

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=W6bZXEj3zqg [...]
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Virtual dimension: Where the past meets the future

Published 26.09.2021 - 10:13 by AndreasM

35 years of gaming experience, as well as 20 years worth of Internet videos - Virtual Dimension has been dealing with the digital world for many years to report on interesting, as well as, background information. Whether that's the C64, Amiga, PC, Atari or Schneider: Virtual Dimension knows the history of computer gaming and so gives you the chance to glance backwards while at the same time looking forward to the future.

Since our last announcement, Virtual Dimension has now put the following videos online:

Dune #01: Ankunft auf dem Wüstenplaneten (RetroPlay/Amiga) [...]
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Amiga Future search editors and translators

Published 25.09.2021 - 16:48 by AndreasM

News originally published on: 25.11.2019 - 16:10

We are looking for additional editorial assistance for our Amiga Future magazine.

Specifically we are looking for an editor with sufficient (lots and lots of) experience using an Amiga.

Interested? Then get in touch with the Amiga Future editorial staff. [...]
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New uploads in OS4 Depot

Published 25.09.2021 - 15:35 by AndreasM

The OS4 Depot is a website with a collection of software for AmigaOS 4 and can be found via the URL http://www.os4depot.net .

With more than 3,000 files, it is now probably the largest collection of software titles for AmigaOS 4.

As with Aminet, the software titles are usually released by its programmers and can be downloaded for free. [...]
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News URL: http://www.os4depot.net/share/FULLINDEX.readme
News Source: OS4Depot.net
News Source URL: http://www.os4depot.net/share/FULLINDEX.readme
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eMail: andreas@amigafuture.de

New publications at Kultboy.com

Published 25.09.2021 - 15:35 by AndreasM

Kultboy.com are webpages that are fan based catering for retro computer magazines.
Reports and reviews from other retro computer magazines also get published there.

Since our last report the following publications have been added:
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News URL: http://www.kultboy.com/index.php?site=allupdates
News Source: Kultboy
News Source URL: http://www.kultboy.com/index.php?site=allupdates
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eMail: andreas@amigafuture.de

New uploads in MorphOS Storage

Published 25.09.2021 - 15:35 by AndreasM

MorphOS Storage is a collection of software for MorphOS and can be found via the URL http://www.morphos-storage.net.

It contains more than 400 archives, with the options to sort alphabetically or by category, and there is a search option.

You gain access to information summary text, ReadMe file, often links to its developer website and snapshot(s) and video(s) and you can also leave a comment associated to the specific software. [...]
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News URL: http://www.morphos-storage.net/index.php?all=1
News Source: MorphOS Storage
News Source URL: http://www.morphos-storage.net/index.php?all=1
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eMail: andreas@amigafuture.de

New uploads in The Aros Archive

Published 25.09.2021 - 15:35 by AndreasM

The AROS Archives is a collection of software for the AROS Research Operating System and can be found via the URL http://archives.aros-exec.org .

It runs in a similar way to Aminet, as the programmers themselves usually upload their own software in order to make it available to AROS users.

With nearly 1,000 uploads there is now an interesting collection of software for AROS. [...]
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News URL: http://archives.aros-exec.org/share/FULLINDEX.readme
News Source: Aros-Exec.org
News Source URL: http://archives.aros-exec.org/share/FULLINDEX.readme
News posted by: AndreasM
eMail: andreas@amigafuture.de