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Recent News Submit News News   Stickers Renew Remastered - 174 Remastered labels for 59 Games News posted by 21stcentury on 11-May-2024 8:39:44 (283 reads)

Get ready to make your floppy disk and CD collection shine like never before with Stickers Renew Remastered.

Previously available in their original releases, this new edition has been designed with a single objective : Illuminate your collection!

Completely remastered, these new labels has been fully reworked with cleaned and high-definition pictures, a striking level of details and colours that are more vibrant than ever.

Others minor elements have also been improved to strengthen the visual identity. Quite simply, they are as different as chalk and cheese!

With an unique official design for each version (ECS, AGA, CD32, CDTV), your collection of physical games will become sublime, practical and coherent. You'll be proud to show it !

Based on the commercial editions, this collection includes no less than 174 labels for 59 games among the greatest Amiga classics : Alien Breed, Shadow of the Beast, Speedball, Lemmings...

Stickers Renew Remastered is part of a move to establish a new standard design, imagined as it might have been, to give a strong identity to Amiga.

This new design also represents the starting point for future Stickers Renew to be released later. Stay tuned to make sure you don't miss out.

Download Stickers Renew Remastered for free on Intense Creative
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News   Amiga Future issue 168 released
  News posted by AndreasM on 4-May-2024 13:11:29 (255 reads)
The English and German issue 168 (May/June 2024) of our print magazine Amiga Future has been distributed today, and can also be ordered directly from our editorial office at Amiga Future, and from other Amiga dealers that stock it.

We did it again. :) The Amiga Future now has 4 more pages.

Magazine Content:

Interview David John Pleasance
Interview Steve Quartly and Paul Huxham (PhotoFolio)
Special SmallWeb
Demoscene: Planetary Void
Knowledge: Parallax-Scrolling on the Amiga
Final Fight
Ghosts of Blackwood
Donkey Kong
AmigaOS 3.2 - The Manual
Amiga 4000TX
Amiga 1222 Plus

and so much more ... if you haven't already, right now might be the best time to get your collectable copy ordered, before they're all sold out!

For a more detailed description of its contents and previews of this issue click-on link of the Amiga Future magazine hompepage.

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News   New articles on Obligement
  News posted by Daff on 1-May-2024 8:11:47 (241 reads)
The following articles have been added to the website of the Amiga magazine Obligement ( during the last two months:

- News for March/April 2024.
- Old articles from Generation 4 13 to 15: File: Lovecraft, Review of Chessmaster 2100, Review of 89 La Révolution Française, Review of Rick Dangerous, Review of Black Magic, Interview with Doug Glen, Interview with Jean Baudlot, Interview with Gary Gygax, File: Lucasfilm, cinema and video games, Review of 3D Pool, Review of Wind Surf Willy, etc.
- Interview with Camilla Boeman (AmigaOS 68k developer).
- Interview with Frédéric Autechaud (former editor of ANews).
- Review of AmiFox 0.3 to 0.6.
- Review of Simple Transfer.
- Review of Amiga Boot Selector 0.4.
- Review of IBrowse 3.0a.
- The best of Byte from October to December 1986.
- File: The Amiga in TV and movies (update).
- File: Utilities included in MorphOS.
- File: A history of software piracy in Italy (1983-1993).
- DIY: Restoring an Amiga 2500UX.
- Tutorial: Quick start guide for new A1222 users (update).
- Tutorial: Configuration of RoadShow 1.14/1.15 for a Freebox Revolution.
- Point of view: Rave development (part 7).
- Programming: Animating an image in C and SDL2 on MorphOS.
- Special quiz about Dave Haynie.

Rendez-vous on for this nice reading.
Our X page:
Feel free to contribute. Please contact David "Daff" Brunet for more info.
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software OS4   CleanDrawer script released on OS4Depot. (In kt_scripts archive)
  software OS4 posted by ktadd on 30-Apr-2024 0:19:26 (263 reads)
CleanDrawer now available on OS4Depot in the kt_scripts archive.

Ever get tired of using the workbench windows menues, "Clean up by", then "resize to fit", then "Snapshot" just to arrange your drawers and windows?

Clean Drawers is an AREXX script that makes this task easy with one press of a key. You can configure variables in the script to your desired settings or set it to display a requester to pick your settings real-time.

You can find CleanDrawer is in the kt_scripts.lha archive on OS4depot Here!

Still not sure? Download the demo video from Mediafire using the links below and take a look.

CleanDrawer Demo 720p (10.5G)
CleanDrawer Demo 480p (8G)

Hope you find it useful!
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software Classic   Quake 2 now also available as digital version for AmigaOS 3 (68k)
  software Classic posted by AmigaPapst on 29-Apr-2024 15:49:43 (1038 reads)
Alinea Computer is very pleased to be able to offer the version for AmigaOS 3 (68k) as a digital download in addition to the Quake 2 version for AmigaOS 4. Steffen Häuser is responsible for the porting and has implemented numerous features that have not yet been available for any Quake 2 port for 68k.

In addition to supporting the various Mission CDs and MODS, the
realised the playback of the soundtracks as OGG Vorbis (for Vampire V4
instead as AIFF files) and multiplayer/network gaming.

Please note that in order to run the 68k version of Quake 2, the
data files of the PC version are required. These can be downloaded via
Steam at a favourable price.

Free MODS and Mission CDs will be available in the next few days in the
Aminet will be available.

Here are all the features and system requirements at a glance:


- 68040, 68060 and 68080 compiled version (during installation
- MiniGL and Software Renderer
- full support for Mission CDs The Reckoning and Ground Zero
- Ports to the unofficial mission CD Zaero and to approx.
50 multiplayer mods will be published on the Aminet in the near future, these
Downloads require the new version of Quake 2,. they do not work
with other ports
- For Vampire users: The USB gamepad of the Vampire is supported
- For Vampire V4 users: Background music is played via AIFF (the Ogg
Vorbis music files of the Gog/Steam version of Quake2 will not be played in the 080 version.
converted to AIFF format during installation)
- For PiStorm users: Background music is played via Ogg Vorbis
(requires the Gog or Steam version of Quake 2, where the Ogg Vorbis
files are included)
- For owners of Classic Amigas: Support of PSXPort adapters for the
Connecting a Playstation gamepad

System requirements

-Software: AmigaOS 3.x and the data files from Steam, Gog or CD version.
-Hardware: At least Vampire V2 or PiStorm Pi3 (not fast at the moment)
enough on a 68060, but perhaps a future update will also include
run fast enough on 100 MHz 060 systems)
-1 GB free hard disc space,
  1 comment News   Ports Of Call Deluxe 3D 2024 News posted by Torque on 29-Apr-2024 10:57:59 (303 reads)
Ports Of Call Deluxe 2024 3D is essentially a trading game about trading goods in the maritime sector. In addition to new ships, the representation is now completely in 3D for both ship and trading simulation. The trading simulation is complemented by a ship trainer with many ports and training areas. First published for the Amiga and now also available for PCs on Steam. Attention: New release date: May 11, 2024!!!

Click here for the YouTube video:
  Post comment News   PERSONAL PAINT 7.4 UPDATE News posted by amigakit on 27-Apr-2024 15:48:34 (1118 reads)

A-EON Technology purchased rights to Personal Paint from Cloanto in 2014 which has led to notable development over the last decade for both Classic Amiga systems and Next Generation systems.

Personal Paint has a rich record of being bundled with home computers over the years. In 1996 PPaint 6.4 was part of the Escom's Amiga 1200 Magic Pack. Even more recently in 2016, PPaint 7.3 was bundled with A-EON's powerful X5000 computer system. In 2024 the tradition continues with a new version 7.4 being pre-installed on the forthcoming A600GS. Read full news by clicking here

A-EON's latest update to this famous paint package accelerates 1080P and larger high resolution screens. 1080P is the resolution that most HDMI televisions operate at and the default screen mode of the A600GS. The drawing tools at this resolution would ordinarily be very slow. However they have now been significantly accelerated by using ARM native code.

The latest Personal Paint 7.4 from A-EON is ready-to-run on the A600GS and will bring a nostalgic paint package experience to modern 1080P televisions.

Trevor Dickinson, A-EON’s co-founder commented: “Personal Paint became the leading easy-to-use Amiga program for bitmapped graphics and animation and was one of the first to support AGA and RTG. We developed updated versions for both 68K and PowerPC, and it's great to see the ARM accelerated version joining the family."

Personal Paint 7.4 will be launched in Q2/2024 on the A600GS computer system.

  11 comments News   REV'n'GE! #157 News posted by Seiya on 27-Apr-2024 12:44:20 (250 reads)
REV'n'GE! is a free PDF fanzine that reviews games on vintage platforms including Amiga. For latter there are two reviews: two pages dedicated to Knight of the Sky and a brief review about the recent game Duck Hunt.

  Post comment News   AmiKit 12.5 - big Spring Update News posted by AmiKit on 26-Apr-2024 7:54:52 (652 reads)

Hello, fellow retro enthusiasts! We're delighted to unveil the AmiKit Spring Update, designed to bring a fresh wave of enhancements and features to your Amiga journey. This update introduces several notable improvements, ensuring a smoother and more enjoyable experience for all users.

On top of that, the PiStorm version now includes a groundbreaking addition - a WiFiPi driver - that's set to transform the way you experience networking on your Amiga. It harnesses the power of the Raspberry Pi's internal Wi-Fi module, rendering all those Amiga network cards obsolete in one fell swoop! Connecting your Amiga to Wi-Fi is now quick and easy, offering faster internet speeds than ever before.
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Announcement   The Amiga Future magazine Issue 168 - preview is now available to view online
  Announcement posted by AndreasM on 22-Apr-2024 11:15:43 (350 reads)
These comprise of the full colour preview and excerpts of our Amiga Future issue 168 (May/June 2024) which can also be viewed online on the Amiga Future website.

We did it again. :) The Amiga Future now has 4 more pages.

Some of the interesting articles in this issue are:

Interview David John Pleasance
Interview Steve Quartly and Paul Huxham (PhotoFolio)
Special SmallWeb
Demoscene: Planetary Void
Knowledge: Parallax-Scrolling on the Amiga
Final Fight
Ghosts of Blackwood
Donkey Kong
AmigaOS 3.2 - The Manual
Amiga 4000TX
Amiga 1222 Plus

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

Needless to say you will often get other versions of software, some of which were commercially available, as well as some of the latest try-outs or freely released software applications and games for, hopefully, every Amiga variant of Operating system, so that's Amiga 'Classic', OS4, MorphOS, and AROS, including some PD software for these systems, all on the Readers' cover CD.

A detailed description of the varied content and excerpts of our current issue can be found at:

The Amiga Future magazine is available both as an English and German printed magazine - each issue is printed in FULL COLOUR - directly available from our magazine editorial office and from various other Amiga dealers.

Important Notice!

All our Amiga Future subscribers should check that both your current postal and email addresses for you are correct that has been supplied by you to us.
The Amiga Future gets packed and shipped a few days prior to its actual release date. So, we need any change/correction to your address to be passed to us before we dispatch it, and in any case as soon as possible.
Bear in mind that: Usually requests to forward on mail will not be handled with such mail items, i.e. magazines!

We also ask that you check that your subscription fee(s) are current and up to date, i.e. already been paid, as some, in fact quite a few, subscription fees are still not currently fully paid.

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