Subject: Help finding a game!
Hi I hope you lovely people can help me. My dad and I used to play a platform/adventure game on the Amiga 500 back in the early 90s. All I can remember is you had to collect various jewels (emeralds, sapphires, rubys etc), you could fight with axes and swords and there was one really difficult boss level fighting a mermaid I believe which my dad used to have to do for me. It may have been predominantly set in a dungeon or something and I vaguely remember the protagonist being blonde but that’s a bit hazy.
His birthday is coming up and I’m trying to track it down if anyone can help I’ll owe you one!
Subject: Rainbow Islands / MiSTer FPGA / Amiga
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Subject: Looking for Lightwave 3D objects
I realize this is an odd request, but I'm looking for the .lwo files that shipped with the original video toaster.
There were a bunch of objects like chess pieces, an apple, a lot of furniture, etc.
Any help hunting these down would be greatly appreciated!
Subject: This sub be like:
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Subject: Guru Meditation
submitted by /u/marzlberger
Amiga Users are everywhere. Seen in a script to install FreeBSD. (SkunkInstall)
Subject: Maniac Mansion is a 1987 graphic adventure video game developed and published by Lucasfilm Games.
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Subject: D Paint III documents
I have some floppy discs which I believe have artwork and animations I created on D Paint III in the '90s. Does anyone here have the ability to turn my images into files readable on modern computers? I would love to see my pics again!
Subject: Anyone know if the AT-AT Walker demo is on Pimiga? I think it was Imaginetics.
Subject: A2000 No longer working after Kickstart & TF swap.
I have just acquired an A2000 (KS1.3, no HD 2xFD) and ordered a KS2.05 ROM and Terrible Fire 534 with CF card WB2.1 on it. The A2000 was in good working order.
I tried to install the ROM and TF and it didnt work (A2000 would show a black screen with faint vertical lines). I removed the KS ROM and TF and replaced the original CPU and KS 1.3 ROM.
Now, when I turn on the Amiga, I get the same black screen with faint vertical lines and after about 15 seconds, both drives are checked and the drive lights stay on with no disks in them.
I have checked that the pins are straight on the chips when replacing them. Any ideas on what could be wrong?
Subject: Pimiga Change Font Size and Colors
Hi does anyone know how to change font size and color for example für igame list on pimiga? It is quite hard to read on my tv set?
Subject: 32se v4.69 Released!
This update doesn't add any features, it fixes missing files, bugs ect.
Subject: Looking for an Esc keycap of a space invader keyboard
I am looking for an ESC key of an Amiga 500 space invaders keyboard.
Can't find it anywhere.
Subject: RaSCSI is a virtual SCSI device emulator that runs on a Raspberry Pi. This project is aimed at users of vintage Macintosh and Atari computers and more from the 1980's and 1990's.
Subject: AmiSSL 4.12
Subject: Comments from video game players, anime fans, and virgins are welcome.
Subject: I'm looking for an original A600 floppy drive eject button. Hoping to track one down. Not worried what type of internal drive it'd fit.
Subject: Robot with lasers amiga game
Hi, not sure if this is the right place but is looking for an old amiga game where you played as a robot who could fire lasers and kill some human like people. I would say it was in 3rd person. I want to play it again if possible anyone know the game. Thanks in advance.
EDIT: We had Amiga from around 1989 until Windows 95 or so arrived just to give an idea of when the game was released even I am not sure if it could be older
Subject: Commodore History Part 8-The Amiga 1000
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Subject: The history of Genias software (Over The Net, Warm Up, World Cup 90)
From 1989 to 1993, Italian software house Genias was at the forefront of supporting the Commodore, both the 64 and Amiga, through titles like Warm Up and World Cup 90. Their titles were distributed all over Europe through Linel and in the US through Merit software.
I interviewed many of the people who worked with the studio to try and piece together a complete history of the company.
This was Genias: https://genesistemple.com/the-history-of-genias-software-putting-the-g-in-genious
Subject: What would you think if the Amiga line jumped from PowerPc to RISC-V CPUs?