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A history of the Amiga, part 10: The downfall of Commodore


As the 1990s began, Commodore should have been flying high. The long-awaited new Amiga models with better graphics, the A1200 and A4000, were finally released in 1992. 2.557 weitere Wörter


Amiga: Boxx 3 - New Amiga game released!

Hello everyone,

Hope you are having a nice Sunday.

Yesterday, Angel in Void was so kind to send me a brand new logo that I can use in an upcoming Void production, so looking forward to view that on the Amiga. 236 weitere Wörter


Amigos Amiga Podcast Episode 78 - Thundercats

Hi all,

The Amigos are back with another episode in 2017. This time they’re reviewing the Amiga game Thundercats. Hope you’ll enjoy the show! :) 19 weitere Wörter


Story in ITAvisen: Two Norwegians on a road-trip to sell their homebrew Amiga game

Hi folks,

Thanks for visiting my blog. Hope you all are having a good weekend. :)

The other day I was browsing through one of my „go to“ sites, namely the Norwegian… 118 weitere Wörter


Gaming on AmigaOS 4.1: Tuxpuck (Jacob Kroon / ToAks) - Review

Greetings and welcome to another post on Old School Game Blog. Today we’re going to have a look at a small game called Tuxpuck. It was created by Jacob Kroon and ported to AmigaOS 4 by ToAks. 421 weitere Wörter


Amiga: The X-Copy Shrine - Website

Hi guys,

I’m sure that many of you have fond memories of the legendary disk copier on the Amiga, namely X-Copy! I remember using this tool a lot myself and so did most people I knew who had Amiga’s. 118 weitere Wörter


Gaming on AmigaOS 4.1: Breakers (Clément Corde / HunoPPC) - Review

Hello folks,

Recently I visited the excellent website of HunoPPC, who is one of the most active porters of games to AmigaOS 4. 1941 Extreme Deluxe, Zelda Mystery of Solarus XD, Hurrican and Abuse are all examples of titles he’s brought to the OS. 516 weitere Wörter