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Individual Computers Indivision AGA Mk2 A1200/4000T

The Indivision AGA Mk2 A1200/4000T is the successor to the discontinued Indivision AGA 1200 flicker fixer. As the name suggests, the new version also supports the Amiga 4000T (not the A4000 desktop model, there’s the Indivision AGA Mk2 A4000/CD32 for use with that computer). Other Amiga models are not supported.

The Indivision AGA Mk2 support a DVI-I connector instead of the usual VGA socket. DVI-I provides digital as well as analog signals, so you can use modern TFT displays, older TFT displays with analog input or CRT monitors alike (the latter two with a VGA adapter).

source: vesalia.de jschoenfeld.com

HxC Floppy Emulator: ADF Opus For SD HxC Floppy Emulator

February 22nd, 2012 No comments

This version of ADF Opus was modified by Jean-François Del Nero to directly handle HFE files images for the SD HxC Floppy Emulator.

Download: ADF Opus For SD HxC Floppy Emulator (396)

source: hxc2001.free.fr

Commodore USA relaunch Amiga with AROS desktops

September 2nd, 2010 No comments

from Engadget homepage:

Barry’s back, kids! The CEO of Commodore USA  just informed us that, in addition to slapping Commodore stickers on various all-in-one PCs, he has acquired the rights to the Amiga name (we only hope that the process went a little smoother this time around).

The plan is to sell machines that fully support AROS — an open source variant of AmigaOS  3.1 that the kids seem to go crazy for.

We can’t wait to get a look at these bad boys, but for now it looks like we’ll have to do with the picture of an old Amiga 3000. …more

source: engadget.com

Updated Amiga Documents v2.2.0

March 12th, 2010 No comments

A anonymous person has published a large amount of files on a web page about the history of Amiga.

At the moment there are more than 600 PDF files available for viewing or downloading.

source: amiga-documents

Amiga Documents v2.0.9

February 14th, 2010 No comments

Amiga in 1985 and "Amiga" in 2003A anonymous person has published a large amount of files on a web page about the history of Amiga.

At the moment there are more than 600 PDF files available for viewing or downloading.

source: commodore-gg.hobby.nl

Indivision AGA 1200 Config Tool and FPGA Core update

September 6th, 2009 No comments

Individual Computers

from Readme:

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Indivision AGA Configuration Tools V1.22
Indivision AGA FPGA Logic Core V1.5
(c) 2009 by Oliver Achten
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Short description
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These tools enable you to configure your Indivision AGA flickerfixer, which means you can flash updates, make a backup of your existing flash configuration or change the internal display parameter settings of your Indivision AGA to match your preferred setup.

source: icomp.de

LCP 2009 Demo & Photo are online

July 28th, 2009 No comments

lcp2009Most of the compo stuff is now up in the archive. You can also find some photos there.

source: lcp.c64.org

MCC: Multiple Classic Computer Platform

July 26th, 2009 2 comments

Multiple Classic Computer Platformfrom Homepage:

This Multiple Classic Computer Platform lets dreams come true.

The Classic Computer and Classic Arcade fans are just waiting for a device which allows them to go back to the good and easy operation and gaming experience from the past.

Many people still have unique software and programs which are still unbeatable when it comes to user friendliness. The reconfigurable and generic design will allow an easy switch between multiple different realizations and representations of classic computers.

When we look to the 80ies and 90ies, names like Atari ST, Sinclair’s ZX-Spectrum, Commodores VC20, VC-64 and the whole Amiga Series 500, 1000, 2000 come to mind.

main Features:

  • Old Joystick interfaces allow the usage of classic input devices.
  • A stereo/audio output allows the connection to each TV set, amplifier or computer monitor to explore enhanced sound.
  • Different versions for PAL and NTSC regions allow seamless usage and compatibility.
  • All this paired with the newest available hardware and new interface, like SD-Card, S-Video and RGB Output, improve the picture quality and the openness of the systems.
  • An internal memory enables the permanent storage of favorite games and applications, the menu overlay allows for easy selection of the application or game and the desired Classic Computer.

source: arcaderetrogaming.com

Mini Game Compo 2009 Web-Site Updated

May 18th, 2009 No comments

minigamecompoThis is a game programming competition, not a game playing competition.

The idea of this competition is to write a new game for the MiniGame compo.

source: minigamecomp.org.uk

Scalos v4.16 Beta Released

March 23rd, 2009 No comments

ScalosScalos is a workbench replacement for the Amiga computer. In this new version a lot of bug fixes and improvements.

source: scalos.noname.fr

ProTrekkr v1.98d (Amiga OS/Linux/OSx/Win32)

March 16th, 2009 No comments

protrekkrProTrekkr (formerly known as NoiseTrekker by Juan Antonio Arguelles Rius aka Arguru) is a tracker program combining a software synthesizer together with a traditional samples tracker which can be used to create electronic music (like psytrance, trance goa, hard acid, IDM, chip, techno, etc.) for small sized intros, demos or games.

source: os4depot.net

Beachparty 2009 at Melbourne, Victoria (USA)

March 11th, 2009 No comments

beachpartyCompo rules:

There will be three competitions: Music, Graphics, Demo.

Your entry should be prevously unreleased material and your own work.

All entries will be released on scene.org/pouet.net under the relevant Creative Commons licence.

A bonus system has been put in place to encourage oldschool & demoscene style productions. The bonuses listed increase the votes for that entry by the specified percentage – ie. +50% means each vote is worth 1.5 for that production, +100% means each vote is worth 2!

source: beachparty.disasterarea.net

Chiptune.com (Amiga Workbench Web)

March 7th, 2009 No comments

Amiga WEBIt’s a old website but it’s always great to visit.

source: chiptune.com

AmiKit v1.5.6 released!

March 7th, 2009 No comments

AmiKitAmiKit is a free and legal compilation of more than 300 of the finest Amiga programs (free/shareware).

It runs under emulation on your Windows or Linux system. In short, AmiKit is the way to experience a high-end Classic AmigaOS on your PC (providing you own legal AmigaOS and ROM file).

Changelog:

  • - UPDATED:  AmigaAMP 2.20
  • - UPDATED:  bzip2 1.0.5
  • - UPDATED:  p7zip 4.65a (and Magellan’s menu and 7z filetype)
  • - UPDATED:  SabreMSN 0.42
  • - UPDATED:  vorbistools 1.2.0e
  • - UPDATED:  WHDLoad 16.9
  • - UPDATED:  xad_7z 1.9

source: amikit.amiga.sk