New C= parts as easy as “Tea; Early Grey, Hot”? 15 years of AmigaKit, new releases, crash course in AREXX & Assember programming and a great version of the Final Fight theme. All this and our usual round up of events, games and troubleshooting tips.
Tiny Aros by salvatore. A 615MB ISO which will work on emulation or hardware, like AROS. (link)
AEROS 4.3 has been released for Raspberry Pi 3 as a free download (link)
Leu, a simple spreadsheet application, which started as a excel and openoffice viewer. (link)
Continue reading “Meet the New Key, Same as the Old Key”
Peter was involved in many game projects; Foundation, Simon the Sorcerer II, Knights & Merchants: Shattered Kingdom, Feeble Files – working with RuneSoft and Epic Interactive. We talk about his past and current activity with his local Amiga community in Norwich, England.
A big donation has arrived at the museum compliments of a computer programmer who owned it. It includes an A500, monitor, Commodore Amiga monitor cover, lots of games, technical manuals and more. Thanks Pat. Here’s a 6 minute interview we had at the time.
We’re approaching the halfway point between the previous and next Amiga Ireland event. Here’s what’s been happening:
Dave Haynie is coming to Amiga Ireland 2020. What else can we say? This is incredible news. We are very much looking forward to meeting and speaking with him. Most recently Dave has written about his time with Commodore in the book Commodore: The Inside Story by David Pleasance and is some copies are available here at Amiga Kit.
Continue reading “Amiga Ireland – Half year update 👋”
(Image with thanks to Tony Aksnes at https://blog.amigaguru.com/amiga-spotted-in-superhot-vr)
Massive MOD collection available in one handy download place
Amigas featuring in modern games
Roadie – a tool for your favourite TCP/IP stack
We talk about the scene in Italy before and during Commodore’s reign.
Pre-Commodore game development in Italy
Zaccaria produced a set of pinball machines between 1972 and 1988, eventually developing a handful of arcade games (e.g. Money Money, Quasar, Jack Rabbit). The pinball tables were so renowned that a PC game exists today, devoted to re-creating those tables in 3D.
Continue reading “Italy’s Amiga scene with Alessandro Adamou”