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Trekiej 
Amiga Software
Posted on 23-Aug-2019 2:02:52
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Is there a way to find out what software was sold over the past 10 years for the Amiga?
I want to buy software to support developers.
If I have to run it on emulation that is fine.

I have been browsing UK and US dealers and want to and have purchased from them.

Amiga Future is going into my mail box soon, I hope.
I bet they advertise software.

An Amiga Source Book would be nice to have again.

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Re: Amiga Software
Posted on 23-Aug-2019 10:20:23
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@Trekiej

And it would not be better buy the current software to support to current developers?

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Re: Amiga Software
Posted on 23-Aug-2019 10:39:44
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@Trekiej

Check out AmiStore?

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Re: Amiga Software
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@broadblues

Oops just realised this in the classic software section so aistore is not so relavent.

Scan through the software announcements of forums migth be one way, if a bit tedious.

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Posted on 23-Aug-2019 11:29:16
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@broadblues

this is where i feel amistore missed a trick I think, as I thought it was meat to have come out for classic Amiga as well, and a web based version would of been nice to allow users not on there Amiga to go and view what available and buy either os4 software or classic software.

I mean A-eon bought rights to Aladdin, imageFX, and the could of at least sold the classic version for maybe 5 each to help fund the future ports to os4 that was planned, Im sure they bought rights to more classic title too that could have been added to the store.

Plus why keep it to apps, ebooks, music, video all related to Amiga stuff could be on the store (ok i understand getting developers and right holder to put stuff up on the store might be a issue) but still would of been nice for a more ceter place to go for all Amiga goodies.

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Only "store" really worth using is Aminet :)

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@thread

It could include AOS4, Aros, and Morphos.

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@amigang

I wish they had a web version too.

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Trekiej 
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@Trekiej

I think it is good to see more boxed software these days.

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Trixie 
Re: Amiga Software
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@Trekiej

Quote:
I think it is good to see more boxed software these days.

If you are interested in boxed software, these are the OS4 titles I have added to my collection recently:

Applications:
- Enhancer Software by A-EON
- Hollywood 8.0 by Airsoft Softwair
- DigiBooster 3 by APC&TCP

Games:
- M.A.C.E. by Entwickler-X
- Battle Squadron by Cope-Com
- WordMeUp XXL by Boing Attittude
- Huenison by Retream
- BOH Special Boxed Edition by Retream

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Posted on 24-Aug-2019 16:05:56
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@Trixie

Classic section. Classic software.

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@K-L

No, he specifically said "It could include AOS4, Aros, and Morphos". See above.

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Posted on 24-Aug-2019 16:20:22
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@Trixie

Sorry, if the topic wandered off some.

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@Trixie

True indeed. Sorry

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Posted on 1-Sep-2019 20:19:30
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@Trekiej

Subscribing to Amiga Future is a nice gesture. It's good to know that Andreas (editor of AF) is the owner of APC-TCP software publishing. Check their website shop here: www.amigashop.org

They have nice software for original Amigas in development, like CygnusEd 5 (by favourite ASCII editor of all time) or RoadShow (a brand new TCP/IP stack, which gives me 3-4 times faster internet than the old AmiTCP). Not to forget DigiBooster 3 Pro of course, if you like to compose music (like ProTracker-style).

And that's only a small portion of Amiga software to buy. Take for example the brand new iBrowse version among other things.

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@Samurai

Bought my first Amiga Future the other day and plan get a subscription.
This issue had Amikit X featured.

The software you have listed I have seen those on the web.
I was hoping to buy boxed software and put the boxes on display at my home.
I may even make a video of them.

I plan to buy Ibrowse 2.5. I hope it is as good as it appears.

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Samurai 
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Posted on 2-Sep-2019 12:54:08
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@Trekiej

Well, you have to forget about big boxes of Amiga software anymore, like we used to have, for instance Art Department Pro or Lightwave in the past, with thick manuals and goodies inside. Just a plain DVD-ROM case nowadays it's all you get.

Will buy iBrowse as well though, just testing the demo version first.

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Just few weeks ago I bought Arteffect 4 from Alinea https://www.alinea-computer.de/produkte_details_en.php?product=arteffect

It is really worth of 15 and it is a "big box", with printed manual etc.

And Crossfire II from APC/TCP wich is very nice pro game.

I prefer digital, as I really don't like boxes I feel bad when I put them pin.

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@utri007

What language is the printed manual? In the product description is states that is comes quit a few languages. However, I doubt they would have more than one language available. If the manual is not is English, do you know if there are other manual languages on the CD? English perhaps?

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Surprise that it's not mentioned on this site yet, but IBrowse 2.5 is finally out.

https://www.ibrowse-dev.net/

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