Subject: I need help with Amikit
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Subject: Oregon 500 free to good home
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Subject: Hot hot hot!
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Subject: amigaOS 3.2 under Winuae Emulation + DirOpus Magellan
I have the system set up nicely but I want to be able to use the "right click" menus to select user defined software (Like in AmiKit which is configured like a dream. Are there any videos online giving instructions on how to configure it (I have tried to read the documentation) but as being slightly dyslexic this is not easy. (is there another way to achieve this perhaps without Magellan?)
Plus anytips on essential app/tools/utilities that are a "must have" in 3.2.
Hope this makes sense
Subject: FOSS AmigaOS / Workbench for modern hardware
What is the state of a FOSS AmigaOS / Workbench for modern hardware today?
Subject: ⚽| SENSIBLE WORLD OF SOCCER MUNDIAL 2034 | ESPAÑA |CLASIFICACION | FASE...
| submitted by /u/RetoAmstrad |
Subject: Help remembering games
Hello. I'm trying to remember the name of a couple of Amiga games. My recollections are sketchy, so take the descriptions with a pinch of salt.
The first is a future based sci-fi game. I think it was set on the outer reaches of human space. It was a top-down game, where you created a team and equipped them (I’m pretty sure it was a rip-off/cash-in of Syndicate, but it’s not Syndicate). I think it was turn based, and I remember one of the weapons you could get was a gauss rifle (12 year old me had no idea what one of those was).
The second was a fantasy based side scroller. I think the aim was to conquer a continent. You chose the area you wanted to attack, and then you went into the side-scroller bit. You played an armoured guy who I think was called a juggernaut. It was pretty manic from memory. You had to fight your way to the end of the level, and then you fought this thing with arms that floated around the middle of the screen, whilst you moved something around the edge firing at it. It was really hard from what I remember
Thanks in advance
Subject: Battle of the Ports - Shadow of the Beast II
| submitted by /u/J_F-Sebastian |
Subject: Suitable Case on Amazon for A500 Mini
submitted by /u/DaveC2020
Been trying to find the perfect case to store my A500 mini as there are none on the market that I could find. Taken a gamble on this case from Amazon and it paid off.
Subject: How to find 15khz monitor?
Is there an easy way to tell if a ctr is able to do 15khz?
I recently got an amiga 500. I don't have a compatible monitor right now. I want to get a cheap local one if possible but I can't find information about the models online.
Subject: The History of Street Fighter - arcade console documentary
| submitted by /u/PatmanQC |
Subject: Golden Axe. A beat 'em classic most likely developed on drugs. The Amiga port is a bit lazy, though
| submitted by /u/MeehowPL |
Subject: Copy protection: I have this and wanted to show some of the first try to copy protect games back in the Amiga days. On the second picture there is a "end of a joystick plug" This had to be inserted in port 1 for the game to run. It never cought on as you can imagine ;) .
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Subject: Two newly serviced A1200 PSUs, happy and healthy
Subject: FYI, there is a new book about the flame wars between Amiga and ST users up on Indiegogo - there is still time to back it. Their previous books are high quality.
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Subject: 1 track - 1 round - 3 platforms | Hump Back
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Subject: Packing before a move, and thought I'd share my first computer.
| submitted by /u/SNESLink |
Subject: I do like Plipbox, it’s rather good
Subject: Using FTP to download files… Perhaps the easiest way, but not the fastest
Subject: Pimiga4 /PcMiga ?- one device to rule them all - for Pi4/400 , intel or AMD PC's no host os required. coming Christmas 2023 currently testing on a intel w ubuntu, main wil be tinycore w amiberry/scalos
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