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Funet Software Archives Popular
Description: Finnish University and Research Network's archive of Amiga freeware and OpenSource.
Last Update: 15-Jun-2004 15:39:40 Hits: 565 Rating: 5.33 (3 votes)
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The AHI home page Popular
Description: This software provides a common way of talking to sound cards, and even the internal audio chip (Paula), makes it possible for programmers to make their music and audio programs work with all supported sound cards - without even owning one. Furthermore, special features of more advanced sound cards (like DSP and effect chips) will automatically be used by AHI applications.
Last Update: 15-Mar-2003 10:02:10 Hits: 640 Rating: 7.33 (3 votes)
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NewsCoaster Homepage Popular
Description: An offline and online capable newsreader for the Amiga. Newsgroups (or Usenet - the collective name for newsgroups) are basically discussion groups conducted on the Internet. See comm/news/newscoaster.lha on Aminet.
Last Update: 31-Aug-2003 7:01:54 Hits: 682 Rating: 6.00 (2 votes)
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EvenMore textviewer Popular
Description: A freeware textviewer with support for full colour propotional ANSI text, file conversion plugins (MSWord, HTML, RT, etc), clickable links, and much more.
Last Update: 17-Apr-2004 18:46:07 Hits: 708 Rating: 8.00 (3 votes)
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Morgue Soft Ltd. Popular
Description: Our professional web with our software for Amiga systems, we have included our game Strip Fighter fullly free in two lha files, and other programs.
Last Update: 13-Jun-2008 23:01:47 Hits: 716
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Frogger Homepage Popular
Description: MPEG animation player for AmigaOS, which supports lots of different media formats and video/audio codecs.
Last Update: 16-Apr-2003 21:33:56 Hits: 770 Rating: 6.50 (2 votes)
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OnyxSoft Popular
Description: Amiga FreeWare software development house. Programs include TheMPegEncGUI(68k), Annotate(OS4), WarpSCUMM(WOS), OnyxBase(68k) and 50 more titles!
Last Update: 30-Jan-2006 22:21:14 Hits: 785 Rating: 7.00 (9 votes)
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SWFPlayer Popular
Description: The homepage of Alexandre Balabans SWF-Player!
Last Update: 13-Jan-2005 22:02:56 Hits: 789 Rating: 5.67 (3 votes)
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SimpleMail Popular
Description: SimpleMail is a new mailer for the Amiga classic platform
Last Update: 20-Apr-2003 17:35:10 Hits: 810 Rating: 7.20 (5 votes)
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Virtual Dimension Popular
Description: Virtual Dimension was founded in 1991 by a few friends as a demo-group in order to make demos for the Amiga just like the big sceeners (e.g. Red Sector). The group also developed various game titles and often makes high quality video coverages of main German Amiga events.
Last Update: 7-Feb-2006 15:44:40 Hits: 851 Rating: 7.00 (3 votes)
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