Subject: Sensible World Of Soccer 21-22
Hi, just wondering if anyone has any info on how to mod sensible soccer Amiga version. I'm using Pimiga 3.0 and although there are loads of versions of Sensible Soccer I can't see that there's an online version or if it's even doable. The mod is available as an HDF. Seen the windows version which looks a bit more exciting with new textures, pitch layout and commentary. Would be cool to see this on Amiga even under emulation.
Subject: What is the best ending of Amiga game that you know?
Subject: NOW'S YOUR CHANCE TO BE A (16-bit Amiga Remix)
Subject: Yesterday's AMOS post reminded me; a recent pic of a now 28yr old AMOS project of mine
Subject: An Unexpected AMIGA Network Interface -- Surprise, it uses a Raspberry Pi...
submitted by /u/MyLittleRainbowPony
By: Jenny List
The retro-computer enthusiast has increasingly to grapple with not only runaway computer prices, but the astronomical cost of vintage peripherals. A welcome solution in some cases comes from the Raspberry Pi, which has proved itself fast enough to emulate those add-ons for a lot less outlay. A good one comes from [Niklas Ekström], who’s made a Pi-based network adapter for the Commodore Amiga 1200. Better still it doesn’t hog the main expansion port or the PCMCIA slot, instead it sits on the 1200’s rarely-used real-time-clock port. Software wise it uses an updated version of his earlier project for the Amiga 500. It provides access to the Pi command prompt, as well as a SANA driver and a mounted file system.
While many of us view the Amiga from 2023 as a retro gaming platform, for those of us who used it at the time it was a desktop productivity machine on a more affordable budget than the Macintosh. At the time, the thought of having a UNIX-like operating system running on a super-powerful co-processor in your Amiga would have been beyond our wildest dreams, but whether it provides enough now to make a 1992 machine compete on the desktop is debatable. Who wants to run Firefox from the Pi in an X server on the Amiga?
Posted in Retrocomputing
Subject: ClassicWB Drawer Question
I've got ClassicWB 3.1 installed and running away pretty perfectly. WHDLoad games are all installed, detected, and launch perfectly. I've one gripe though, in ClassicWB there's a "Games" drawer on the desktop by default...and it points to the default System:Games location, and has its own nice little icon.
My games however, are located on DH1:Games (or WHDLoad:Games is the volume name). Is there any way I can edit/alter the path that the default "Games" drawer points to, so I can point it to my own games path? I've edited "Startup-Assign" to ensure that "Assign >NIL: A-Games: DH1:Games" is correct, and while that works perfectly for WHDLoad, I'm still left with this "Games" drawer on the desktop that points to an empty directory....
Subject: Screech!! -- An excellent demo / game from 1995 -- Insane Software :-)
Subject: Staff Project: Mean Well RPT-60B Power Supply Build
Subject: Amiga 2000 – Codename: Tesseract PART 6
Subject: FS-UAE save state files?
Subject: Protracker spotted on Madoff documentary (Netflix). In Episode 3 at 24:10.
Subject: A1200 help - Floppy drive testing - refresh me on how to do this
I just got an Amiga 1200. Right now I'm trying to create a rescue disk because I'm about to test some video modes and may need a rescue disk.
So I just got a set of 10 DS/DD disks, and when I insert - nothing. How can I ensure that the amiga can recognize the disk drive and ensure it is humming along right?
Right now when I insert a disk, it doesn't get recognized or offer to format it. There's no DF0:??? or anything with DF0 on it. When I use directory Opus, I click on DF0: and it says that it can't find anything.
What should be my next steps?
Subject: Is shorted C45 causing A1000 grey screen?
Subject: Amiga and ESP8266
I know there are zillions of project to connect an Amiga to an ESP using the serial console (Wifi connectivity, ... nothing hard to do).
But I'm wondering if someone tried to connect an ESP directly on the Amiga motherboard / Zorro connector ? I'm thinking to connect ESP's GPIOs to the Amiga's data bus, and use 68k address bus as chip select.
Consequently, the ESP will be considered as another custom chip, and the communication will be faster than using the serial.
First application would be to provide Internet connectivity to my Amiga1000 and then probably to use ESP horsepower to help it for computation.
I can't plug a clock RTC adapter on the CPU socket as there is already a memory extention on it (SPIRIT IN 1000).
For the moment, I'm thinking only about it : my priorities go to revive my 4000 :)
Subject: While practicing, I saw a California Games feature. Seagulls not in season!
Subject: Looking for a Windows Video Toaster
Subject: Amiga Game Neon Noir Shortplay
Subject: Optical Mice for your Amiga and others!
Subject: V1 Indivision Can Produce RTG Driver
Subject: ⚽| SENSIBLE WORLD OF SOCCER EUROCOPA 2032 | ESPAÑA | CLASIFICACION | MR ...