A lot of great things happening in the world of Amiga and Amiga Ireland this month.
New keycaps finally in production
Commodore the Inside Story by David Pleasance available to buy:
FPGASID in the making.
Amiga Live 0.95 released link
Alpha of Gold 3 Core for Vampire boards. AGA emulation but no RTG or FPU for now
Amiga OS 3.1.4 for 68k machines has been released. link
Checkmate A1500+ case Kickstarter goal met
Sqrxz 4 has been released. Works also on OCS Amigas according to website.
Shadow Switcher – c64
Ragin Orlando WIP C64 game.
Tower of Rubble c64
Yoomp64 – Pre-orders are open for the next batch. Works on C64 but also Mac, PC. link
Unofficial cd32 release 50 cd32 games.
Amiga.com has been bought by someone. Here’s how it looks like now.
Burning .cue on linux is best done with ImgBurn for CD-32. Lowest burn speed is recommended but my new burners don’t go any lower than x10. Worked fine.
AHX (Abyss’ Highest eXperience) format. True chiptunes, like SIDs on the C64. Whereas MOD bundled samples and had fewer commands, these work with fundamental waveforms and lots of great music. There are players available for many platforms including Win, Lin, Mac, AmigaOS, BEOS: link
22nd Sept, Finnish Amiga Users Group met and Mike from Cloanto was there link
Computer & Communications Museum in Galway are having a gathering on Friday 12th Oct. Admission is free but get in touch first as places are limited.
Confirmed workshops for Amiga Ireland 2019 include:
3D Modelling with Lightwave by Muadib
AROS installation & Configuaration with core developer Neil McCafferkey
AmiBerry installation and configuration with RetroPi by core developer
Welcome to Alessandro Kurtz, Rodolfo Guerra, Cengiz Dennis Aydin, Joao Paulo Almeida, Steve Bennett, Gerald McMahon, Alan Colohan, José Auspício Henriques,
Also Ricky Murgia, Daniel Pierzecki. Fabian McElhill, Matt Armstrong, David John Rambo Preece,
And Damien Hunter, Jan Hällholm, Rupert Herbst, Erik Hogan, Andreas Magarl, Cameron Armstrong, Keith Lutener,
Top FB Post: Steve McGarr 3D printed lithophane of Simon the Sorcerer link
Lukasz Mulczynski issue #5 of Secret Service game magazine link
Top Tweet: 30 year old computer running IRC and a Twitter client to read Irish language tweets link
Music was by Virtual Dimensions and Banjo Guy Ollie link
SONG OF THE MONTH
From Tom Woxom’s Kickstart album, Chipset (Steve’s Vocoder Dudez Version). link CC Attribution-NonCommercial-NoDerivs 2.0 France ) Thanks to George Sokianos for the idea.
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