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Recent News Submit News News   AMIcast Episode 13 - Daniel Müßener (Daytona) News posted by radzik on 25-Jun-2016 15:34:42 (96 reads)
Welcome to 13th episode of AMIcast. Today my guest is one of the best developer for Amiga system. If you know the names like Wings Battelfield, Tower 57 or Wings Remastered you know what I mean. Of course there is more like OpenGLES 2.0 for Warp3D Nova.

The interview took place on ACM in Wolfsburg 2016. This means it has a lot of background noise, but you can learn about Daytona and his plans, games and more.

At the end of episode is great song from Moby, from his album: Amiga Days (Remasters) - Volume 3 - Magic Stick.
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News   AmigaGuide is dead! Long live Amiga Guide!
  News posted by alef on 23-Jun-2016 23:15:45 (225 reads)
For starters you should read:
This: AmigaGuide news #1 ,
this: AmigaGuide news #2
and this: AmigaGuide news #3 .

  Read more News   AmiCloud price drop, AEROS4free and new rewards for subscribers News posted by phoenixkonsole on 23-Jun-2016 21:19:08 (155 reads)
I am glad to announce a price drop for AmiCoud clients in the indieGO!- Appstore.
You can grab it for 500 indiecoins (5,50€). The old price was 1000indiecoins.

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News   Amiga Future 121 preview are now available online
  News posted by AndreasM on 21-Jun-2016 14:22:02 (104 reads)
The full colour preview and excerpts of the Amiga Future issue 121 (July/August 2016) are now available online.

Some of the interesting articles in this issue are:

Interview Matthias "Mazze" Rustler
Review USB-Adapter: Rys MKII and TOM
Review Sqrxz 4

Of course there's so MUCH more actually in the magazine.

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Software News   AISS 4.21 available
  Software News posted by Mason on 20-Jun-2016 18:46:44 (313 reads)
The Amiga Image Storage System (AISS) offers a photo-illustrative icon style for toolbar images - it approaches the realism of photography but uses the features of illustrations to convey a lot of information in a small image.

AISS is an environment to store, access and maintain this toolbar images. For more information about AISS please have a look at the documentation.

The new release features more than 8,700 images in the AmigaOS 4 icon design and for compatibility reasons all pictures and animations of the previous releases.

The new archive is available on the web site and
  4 comments News   Sum - firmware update available News posted by Spidi on 19-Jun-2016 21:37:15 (113 reads)
We are really proud to announce immediate availability of updates dedicated for our Sum family of devices.
This new firmware version introduces:
– saving LED states for Capslock, Numlock and ScrollLock keys,
– bug fix related to pressed keys repeat,
– bug fix related to RESET key lock for CD32,
– other minor enhancements.

Download => Sum_20160619.7z
  Post comment News Product News News posted by amigakit on 18-Jun-2016 15:06:48 (566 reads) is pleased to announce new items added to our stock inventory from manufacturer, Retro 7-bit.

Kickstart Switchers:

A500Flash Kickstart Switcher 1M for Amiga 500, 500+ and 2000. This comes with 1MB of built-in Flash memory and can be used with 1MB and Extended ROMs. Switching between available Kickstart images by holding down CTRL+A+A keys for about 3 seconds.

USB Keyboard Adapters:

Sum USB Keyboard Adapter for the Amiga 1200

Sum USB Keyboard Adapter for the Amiga 600

Sum USB Keyboard Adapter for the Amiga A2000/3000/4000 or CD32

We also stock the RYS MKII Amiga USB Adapter - the Amiga Computer Store
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News   Commodore Free issue 93 released! (fwd)
  News posted by RobertB on 18-Jun-2016 8:31:18 (249 reads)


Commodore Free Magazine


Issue 93
Free-to-download magazine dedicated to Commodore computers.
Available as PDF, ePUB, MOBI, HTML, TXT, SEQ and D64 disk image.
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Events   The July 30-31 Commodore Vegas Expo is go!
  Events posted by RobertB on 13-Jun-2016 9:13:05 (183 reads)
The final payment for the ballroom has been made. Guests, such as CBM engineer Bill Seiler and hardware developer Jim Drew, are getting ready to attend. Hardware and software is being gathered. Presentations are being prepped. The Commodore Vegas Expo, a.k.a. CommVEx, is fast approaching.

Join us for the 12th annual CommVEx on July 30-31 at the Plaza Hotel, third floor ballroom, 1 Main Street, Las Vegas, Nevada, U.S.A.. For more information, go to

For CommVEx discussion, go to

Celebrate the 40th anniversary of the KIM-1! Celebrate the 35th anniversary of the VIC-20! Celebrate all that is Commodore and Amiga!

Come to CommVEx!
Robert Bernardo
organizer - Commodore Vegas Expo
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Announcement   NWAG Website Now Online
  Announcement posted by spudisgood on 12-Jun-2016 0:14:13 (405 reads)
Hi all,

A while ago you may remember I had a thread on here about the formation of NWAG, a user group based in the North West of England

Since then we have had a meeting and have discussions on Facebook, it is appreciated that not everyone wishes to use Facebook so there is now a proper NWAG website which should be Amiga friendly, detailing information on our members and upcoming events. It is hosted by the great Bambi Amiga server.

Feel free to take a look!

NWAG Official Website

If you want to get involved in the group or want to be added to the members section please do not hesitate to contact me.


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