Subject: Looking through Amiga Format from February 1991. Mostly highlighting some random games. Ishido was a good find. And I'm a CarVup convert now.
Subject: Evolution of Krisalis Software Games
Subject: Best Amiga joysticks?
Subject: Old school software that allows you to make backups and save games
Subject: AmiGameJam 2021 -- Amiga game development competition (entries should be submitted by the 1st of February 2022)
Subject: Happy Friday, Everyone. Keep that Amiga Love Flowin'
Subject: We are not responsible for: loss of sanity, loss of hair, loss of sleep. :-)
Subject: Another World - - intro & ending - literally a classic, a game known (and loved) by almost everyone. Amiga version was the first edition, the it was released on many other machines, both official and unofficcial..
Subject: A500 Plus Battery Leak
Subject: Amiga 4000 transplant USB and Networking
Subject: Gremlins 2 Review and the Week's Amiga News! Amigos: Everything Amiga 311
Subject: Bought an Amiga 500, what else do I need?
I just bought a functioning Amiga 500 without much prior knowledge of the system (only played on them at friends houses 30 years ago), but I am not picking it up for a few weeks so I have some time figuring stuff out.
I don't have a 1084 display laying around, so I plan to connect it to an LCD display with HDMI and VGA inputs. What cable or converter will I need?
I don't have any Amiga floppies either, but I do have a few .adf files I have used with amiga emulators to play games. What is the best and/or cheapest way to use them on my Amiga 500? It looks like empty Amiga floppies are not easy to come by, so I would prefer to just not use them at all. Would I be able to use any old PC floppy disk and put the .adf files on from my mac with a USB floppy drive?
Subject: I found all the pieces recently. I can't put off resurrecting it any longer.
Subject: I got XWindows running on Debian 3.1 m68k on my Amiga 1200! ;)
Subject: Creating an image of an old Amiga hard drive?
I hooked up my old Amiga 1200, which hasn't been used since the mid-90's, and to my surprise, it booted up to Workbench just fine. It's got a Seagate ST9145AG 128MB 2.5" 44-pin drive in it. So, I turned it off and thought that I should image the drive before it fails since it's so old. I installed ddrescue on my Mac and got one of these IDE/PATA to USB adapters (this one: https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B01NAUIA6G ).
I tested it first with another drive (not an old PATA one, just a SATA one from about 10 years ago), and the adapter worked - the drive showed up when I ran "diskutil list" as /dev/disk5. So I plugged in the Amiga drive, and... nothing. Not recognized.
So I did some more Googling, and found some comments about how these USB adapters don't often work on very old, very small drives. Also found some references to needing to support PIO mode. I'm going to keep researching, but - does anyone know any USB adapters that WILL work? Unfortunately I don't have an old PC with an IDE adapter to plug it onto, so I'm stuck with going the USB route. If anyone can give me some info that would help, I'd really appreciate it!
Subject: AMIGA A-COPY FOR PC
Subject: Emu68: M68K emulation for AArch64/AArch32
Subject: What is your favourite simulator game on Amiga? (Doesn’t have to just be flight sims)
Subject: What modern upgrades should I look into? A500
Awhile ago I ordered an amiga 500 and I am not sure where to go from there in terms of modern upgrades. I have a Gotek floppy emulator installed internally and there is a 512kb add on underneath. The games still seem to run very slow and I’m curious what to get next.
Subject: Blood Money - Last boss and ending