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IBrowse website in new design and news added

Published 27.02.2019 - 19:34 by HelmutH


27.02.2019 IBrowse website in new design and news added [...]
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Vesalia: Furia EC020 available again

Published 27.02.2019 - 19:21 by HelmutH


27.02.2019 Vesalia: Furia EC020 available again [...]
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Jump 'n' Bump for MorphOS

Published 26.02.2019 - 15:00 by osz

Jump 'n' Bump is an open source classic for MS-DOS released in 1998, which was ported in the meantime for several 32-bit operating systems. A remaster of the game was released in 2018. And a few days ago a port of the classic game was released for MorphOS, too, which requires a up to date PowerSDL installation.

So what is the game about? First of all: The game can be played by at least two and up to four players. In a small, peaceful and very lovingly designed world, every player plays a cuddly bunny. The game has a very challenging goal you should always keep in mind: MANGLE YOUR OPPONENTS! KILL THEM ALL! Otherwise – as already mentioned – everything is really very peaceful, loving and extremely cuddly. Bees, flowers, green meadows and sometimes some blood.

YouTube video of the MS-DOS version: [...]
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Scripted Amiga Emulator 0.9.10 released

Published 26.02.2019 - 14:14 by AndreasM

Scripted Amiga Emulator released in the Version 0.9.10.

Games-Coffer: 9 Amiga Diskmags Added

Published 26.02.2019 - 14:13 by AndreasM


It's been a while since the Amiga Disk Magazine section has been updated, so here are some additions:

Exceller VIII Issue 1, Exceller VIII Issue 2, Exceller VIII Issue 3, Exceller VIII Issue 4, Feedback Issue 3, Info-Corner Issue 1, MC Disk #2, MC Disk #3 and MC Disk #1. [...]
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Amiga Future: New full versions online

Published 25.02.2019 - 13:27 by AndreasM


The download area of the Amiga Future was updated today. So, you can now find the following full versions online:

L Art De La Guerre [...]
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SketchBlock Pro V3.2 Available From AMIStore

Published 25.02.2019 - 12:45 by AndreasM

Amigakit write:

I pleased to be able to let you know that I released a free update to SketchBlock Professional, which now available to download from AmiStore App Store and Updater.

Free to existing owners of SketchBlock Pro, and available at a discount to those of you who have bought SketchBlock Lite in the past. new customers are welcome to jump right in! [...]
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Open Video Toaster is Giving Away a Darth Vader Toaster

Published 25.02.2019 - 12:44 by AndreasM

DiscreetFX write:

We haven't done anything fun for a while so we are giving away a Darth Vader Toaster for free! [...]
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AmiSSL 4.3 released

Published 25.02.2019 - 12:44 by AndreasM

This is version 4.3 of the AmiSSL library for Amiga based operating systems and the first public open-source based release of AmiSSL. Version 4.x is a new major release which comes with full compatibility to the OpenSSL 1.1.x line which includes important security related fixes and comes with new encryption ciphers which are required nowadays to connect to modern SSL-based services (e.g. HTTPS). However, due to fundamental changes in the API between the old AmiSSLv3 and new v4 versions and the large changes between the old OpenSSL 0.9.x and the new OpenSSL 1.1.x line applications have to be recompiled with the updated AmiSSL SDK to take full advantage of the modernized OpenSSL 1.1.x API. Besides that fundamental change, AmiSSLv4 can be installed on top of a AmiSSLv3 installation while still ensuring that applications compiled for AmiSSLv3 will continue to work properly.

Important Note:

This release comes with binaries for the AmigaOS4/PPC and AmigaOS3/m68k platform only. Unfortunately, due to lack of motivated developers we couldn't provide native binaries for the MorphOS/PPC or AROS (PPC, i386, x86_64) platform in time. If you are, however, interested in seeing AmiSSL v4 being ported for these other Amiga-based platforms, please try to find motivated and talented developers who could join our team as proper maintainers for these alternative platforms. In addition, if you are a MorphOS or AROS developer yourself, feel free to send proper pull requests to see your platform supported in one of the next releases or please consider joining our team. [...]
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Interview with Hans de Ruiter

Published 25.02.2019 - 12:43 by AndreasM

By clicking on this link you will find a english Interview with Hans de Ruiter. ... oryid=2739