Subject: Amiga 3000 Tower P2 explosions and more!
Subject: Anyone need any Amiga bits?
submitted by /u/Ynetuk
Some Amiga bits for sale if anyone is interested.
I got an amiga 2000 keyboard (i can't test it as it is a different plug to the 4000)
Also got n Emplant card (apple emulator) for the Amiga 2000 /3000 /4000.
My dad passed away and these were part of his stuff. The amiga 4000 will be for sale soon too (it works i just need to set i all up again).
I cant test the Emplant as i have no software for the Amiga anymore (i got to put a drive in it and set it all up again) but it does boot up ok with the Emplant card in.
I am looking for £150 (GBP) for the Amiga 2000 keyboard (these are going for £200 + on the bay) and £200 for the Emplant (seen 2 go on the bay sold for £219 and £249 recently)
I have them listed on the bay too (listed today), but if anyone want them on here i can take them off there.
Any questions, happy to answer
Subject: random celebs that used amigas
there's the more obvious ones like Andy Warhol, any other examples, the ones i like are people who just messed about on theirs.
In the UK i remember this album was made on an amiga 2000 with Octamed https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=480zwiuM8xs&list=PL778A10BF1171A3C4&index=6
Kanye got his interest on an amiga as well but look at this music master https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0MOcggCf2W8 mr tony hawks haha - thats more interesting than all the rest!
any other good ones?
Subject: Is PAL 50Hz the proper speed for most or all Amiga games?
Whereas console games seem to almost all be optimized for 60Hz and the 50Hz PAL versions are slowed down, it seems like for Amiga, the PAL versions would be the native and proper game speed and the 60Hz NTSC versions are sped up, right? Should I go for PAL versions of games? Any games where the 60Hz NTSC version is the proper game speed, or any way to play 60Hz NTSC versions at proper speed?
Subject: Amiga 1200 Keyboard to Raspberry Pi GPIO Pins
I loved the concept of the Bare Metal C64 PCB where you can hook up a Commodore vic-20/64 keyboard to the Pi's GPIO Pins.
what I'm hoping if it was possible to connect the Amiga 1200's keyboard and most of the hardware to the Pi's GIPO Pins just like the Bare Metal C64 that works with the GIPO.
This also needs to work with Amibian or the standard Pi OS if you make it amiga OS inspired that it loads up the GIPO Pins on startup for the hardware of the Amiga's keyboard.
What GIPO Pins must be connect so the Pi can talk to the Amiga 1200's keyboard so it works with any layout?
Subject: Need help to remembert name of a game !
I remember playing an amiga game when I was a child but I can’t recall the name. I need help
Basically these are the points that I remember:
1) each level has a monster as big as half ta screen 2) i command a space shuttle around the borders of the screen. 3) i have to cut quadrants from the main screen by my space shuttle to restrict the monster’s space 4) i’m safe around the borders but when im on the monster’s space I can be hit 5) monster dies when I take enough space
Subject: How much is an Amiga 500 worth?
Subject: Australian Amiga Gazette "From a time gone by"
Subject: Farmiga (WIP) by tukinem
Subject: Need help to find an old photo
I look for a photo, I first saw it on my old A500: a girl in a blue swimsuit lying on a blue inflatable mattress. The photo itself is absolutely not sexist or pornographic at all, maybe it was taken at a fashion shoot. If anyone recognizes it and knows where it can be downloaded, I would appreciate it.
Subject: I beat a classic! (Didn't won a single tournament tho)
Subject: Commodore BBS
Subject: Amiga CD32 release date list
I've been trying to compile a list of all Amiga CD32 games in release date order. I like to play through games on a system sequentially to see how they changed and evolved.
In the case of the Amiga CD32 this is a complicated task for a number of reasons. The CD32 is basically an Amiga 1200 computer, so many games were simple ports to the CD format. This means that most of the time only the 1200 release date has been recorded. Additionally the CD32 was released in Europe, Australia, Canada, and Brazil, so release dates get confused and certain obscure games were only ever released in one country.
Some games were released multiple times for different compilations. I have tried to include these as many games were released for the first time on the console in compilations.
In desperation I have combed through the availble magazine scans on the amazing website Hall of Light. I have then listed the games by the order of their first review month. This is obviously not an exact science because some magazines will get early review copies, and some games release dates slip even after being reviewed. Amiga CD32 Gamer seemed to review games earlier than Amiga Power and Amiga Format, but they were also more devoted to the console than those magazines. The German magazines Datormagazin and Amiga Joker also seemed to get games earlier as well.
I took this game list from Wikipedia, but Hall of Light lists even more games. It would be great to include fan made releases as well, but for now I have stuck to officially released games.
Anyway here is the first draft of my list. If you have any corrections please let me know!
1993 - 21 games
September Diggers / Oscar - The launch game included with the Amiga CD32 Pinball Fantasies
October Alfred Chicken James Pond 2: Codename RoboCod
November D/Generation Dangerous Streets/Wing Commander Liberation: Captive 2
December Morph Sensible Soccer: European Champions Sleepwalker Trolls Whale's Voyage Zool : Ninja Of The ''Nth'' Dimension
Unknown month International Open Golf Championship Pinocchio
1994 - 104 games
January Deep Core John Barnes European Football Mean Arenas Microcosm Nigel Mansell's World Championship Racing Overkill
February Arabian Nights Benefactor Castles II: Siege and Conquest Chambers of Shaolin Pirates! Gold Prey: An Alien Encounter Seek & Destroy Sensible Soccer: International Edition Sports: Football (Amiga CD Football) The Labyrinth of Time The Seven Gates of Jambala
March Dennis the Menace Fire Force Fly Harder Overkill & Lunar-C
April Alien Breed Special Edition/Qwak Bubba 'n' Stix Chuck Rock Disposable Hero Donk!: The Samurai Duck Global Effect International Karate + Nick Faldo's Championship Golf Project-X/F17 Challenge Summer Olympix Super Putty Trivial Pursuit The CD32 Edition
May Battle Chess Frontier: Elite II Fury of the Furries Gunship 2000 Premiere The Chaos Engine Ultimate Body Blows
June Beavers Brutal Sports Football Cannon Fodder Chuck Rock II: Son of Chuck Fire and Ice The Daring Adventures of Cool Coyote Humans 1 and 2 Lemmings Naughty Ones Ryder Cup: Johnnie Walker Striker Surf Ninjas The Lost Vikings Total Carnage Zool 2
July James Pond 3: Operation Starfish Sabre Team Simon the Sorcerer Super Methane Bros Wembley International Soccer Will Bridge: Initiation Junior
August Banshee Brian the Lion Starring In: Rumble in the Jungle Heimdall 2 Into the Hall of Worlds HeroQuest II: Legacy of Sorasil Impossible Mission 2025: The Special Edition Last Ninja 3 Myth: History in the Making Wild Cup Soccer
September Battletoads Bump 'N' Burn Dark Seed Emerald Mines Jetstrike Kid Chaos Litil Divil Pierre le Chef is... Out to Lunch Top Gear 2
October Guardian Manchester United Premier League Champions Quik the Thunder Rabbit Soccer Kid Super Stardust Superfrog Universe
November Arcade Pool Clockwiser: Time is Running Out... Lamborghini American Challenge Pinball Illusions Rise of the Robots UFO: Enemy Unknown Vital Light
December Beneath a Steel Sky Fields of Glory The Misadventures Of Flink Jungle Strike - The Sequel to Desert Strike Marvin's Marvellous Adventure Roadkill
Unknown Month Gulp! Power-Games Project-X/Ultimate Body Blows The Big 6 Dizzy Collection The Classic Lotus Trilogy Word Construction Set
1995 - 32 games
January * PGA European Tour * Subwar 2050 * Theme Park
February * Alien Breed: Tower Assault * Death Mask * Defender of the Crown II * Skeleton Krew
March * Akira * Dragonstone * Power Drive * Speedball 2: Brutal Deluxe * The Clue!
April * Super League Manager
May * ATR: All Terrain Racing * Kingpin: Arcade Sports Bowling * Super Skidmarks
June * Shadow Fighter * Syndicate
July * Strip Pot
August * Base Jumpers * Gloom
September * Fears
October * Exile
- Alien Breed 3D
- Bubble and Squeak
- Star Crusader
- Super Street Fighter II Turbo
Unknown Month * Acid Attack Collection 1995 * Brutal: Paws of Fury 1995 * Grandslam Gamer Gold Collection 1995 * Soccer Superstars 1995
1996 - 6 games
January * Thomas the Tank Engine & Friends Pinball
March * The Speris Legacy
April * MAG!!!
Unknown Month * Humans 3: Evolution - Lost in Time 1996 * Legends 1996 * The Final Gate
Subject: Cinemaware Anthology: 1986-1991 is $2.99 on STEAM summer sale. Ends July 7th
The Cinemaware Anthology: 1986-1991 is only $2.99 right now during the STEAM summer sale which has 1 day left. It ends on July 7th so if you want this then you better hurry!
In case you do not have an Amiga or one of the several legal ways of playing these games this is another way to enjoy these wonderful Amiga games!
It has Amiga and PC DOS versions of these games.
Sadly, it does not have the 3 Stooges game or a couple of other games but what it does include is great fun!
*PRO TIP: Many people miss this but the controller set up is in the upper right corner of the menu. :)
Defender of the Crown
The King of Chicago
Sinbad and the Throne of the Falcon
Lords of the Rising Sun
It Came From the Desert
It Came From the Desert II: Antheads
TV Sports: Football
TV Sports: Basketball
TV Sports: Baseball
TV Sports: Boxing
Subject: The Worst Ever Commercial Game Released on Amiga - Review
Subject: Can you name this game using my "whistled music"?
this may be the dumbest question I've ever asked on the internet. A little song came up in my head and I tried to make it in a whistle here:
Can you tell me the name of the game?
If I'm not mistaken it should be a soccer game.
Subject: Pac-In-Time (Fury of the Furries) -Versions Comparison-
Subject: ICD ADSCSI 2080 Controller Card for A2000, A3000 & A4000
Can you Help I got this ICD ADSCSI 2080 Controller Card for A2000, A3000 & A4000 to go in my Amiga 2000 off eBay but had no drivers or manual with it I don`t need it to run a hard drive has i have a TF536 TERRIBLEFIRE TURBO BOARD 68030 50MHz 64MB MEMORY for AMIGA 2000 but if any one know how to set up it up a internal or a external cd rom I would be great full has I have look all over the net and can`t find anything about this card there is a few jumper on this card but don`t know the first thing to do
Subject: 6 more UPCOMING AMIGA GAMES in 2022 ( 1 already out!) | Part 5