Amiga_30_Year_AmstedamOn June 27th 2015 there will be a meeting in Amsterdam, the Netherlands, to celebrate 30 years of Amiga history. There will be many Amiga computers on display but also the KryoFlux team, Dave Haynie, David Pleasance, Christian Bartsch, István Fábián, Ultimate PPC team, Franck Sauer, Dan Wood and Ravi Abbott.


WHDLoadWHDLoad offers a way to play Amiga diskette games from your hard disk. The following installers have been added until 15-01-2015. Website:

Category: Link Amiga, News
cgscThe CGSC (Compute’s Gazette Sid Collection) has had an update. The COMPUTE!’s Sidplayer was a music system, created by Craig Chamberlain and Harry Bratt, for the Commodore 64. The aim of the Compute’s Gazette Sid Collection is to preserve as many of those Sidplayer music files in one location as possible. The current collection contains 13896 MUS, 4135 STR and 4791 WDS files.


amigaampThomas Wenzel released an update of his music player for the Amiga. AmigaAMP is a GUI based MPEG audio player, but it can also play AIFF, WAV and FLAC files. Changes in this version: Improvements for AAC streams, MP3 files with HTML code and the playlist navigation. New features: mute button, equalizer, previous / next menu entries. And many small errors are removed.


Category: Link Amiga, News
C64FC_CartridgeStian Søreng has developed the C64FC Flash cartridge for the Commodore 64. This cartridge will emulate an 8 kByte EPROM, but you can program the cartridge from your PC. In the last month he has developed a SID jukebox and is working on a GUI for the C64FC. You can read all the details on his blog.

Category: Link C64, News
PlipBox_NanoPlipbox is a device that allows you to connect Amiga’s via Ethernet to your local network. This device uses an Arduino and connects to the parallel port. Changes in this version: Fast burst protocol with a maximum speed of 235 KiB/s, improved firmware and driver code, and a new test modes to allow detailed benchmarking of all system components.


Category: Link Amiga, News
- b5 input device update fix, changing to any keyboard layout didn’t reset “remembered” device name.
– Cycle at DDFSTRT-1 was sometimes incorrectly unavailable for blitter. (b5)
– In some rare situations blitter stole cycle(s) from copper.
– Pre-calculated end position of scanline was incorrect in some situations causing incorrect bitplane vs other DMA cycle allocation (b5)
– If RawInput didn’t find any game controller HID devices and command line didn’t have any forced HID parameters, always try again when new device is inserted instead of disabling HID support completely and falling back to DirectInput. RawInput and DirectInput device identifiers are different and wrong device may have been selected in some situations.
– Master volume is now real master volume control. Paula, CD and AHI are sub-volume controls.
– Toccata Paula (AUX2 input) volume control implemented. Not tested.
– GVP SCSI without ROM didn’t set any autoconfig data.
– Fastlane (and possibly some other Z3 SCSI boards) didn’t autoconfigure if Z3 autoconfig space was disabled.


Category: Link Amiga, News
fs-game-center-screenshotA new development version has been released. Changes in FS-UAE 2.5.26dev:
  • Option sound_card = toccata actually implemented now.
  • Updated emulation core from WinUAE 3100b2.

Category: Link Amiga, News
princessNew firmware for the Princess C64SD v3.0 is now available. Changes in this version are: Improvements for the VICE VIC emulation, and reading tapes with the VIC PAL. And there is a new XF5 option to avoid problems with VICE dumps.


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