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Recent News Submit News News   Emotion Mediaplayer - Released! News posted by imagodespira on 17-Feb-2017 19:22:05 (1920 reads)
We are very happy inform you that that the first release of Emotion Mediaplayer is finished and will be released immediately!

Currently AmiStore and Alinea Computer Online Shop are set up their stores with data provided from us (Text, Screenshots and Archive).
It may need a little bit, so it worth to look at your favorite Shop from time to time this evening ;)

Emotion will be available here:, purchasing via the AmiStore OS4 App!

Alinea Computer webshop:

Many thanks for purchasing and using our first, real software product for AmigaOS. We hope you have fun with it, stay tuned for more games and software titles from EntwicklerX.

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Software News   Tower57 for the Amiga Tabor announced, video available
  Software News posted by Petah on 13-Feb-2017 23:21:12 (1057 reads)
This last Monday, Hyperion Entertainment, caretaker and developer of AmigaOS, not only announced that the Chaos Engine-esque third person top down shooter Tower57 - financed by a Kickstarter fund raiser - is in the works for the Amiga Tabor, but also showed the first video portraying the version targeting the upcoming Amiga system.

  15 comments | Read more News   REV'n'GE! #71 News posted by Seiya on 15-Feb-2017 19:33:34 (145 reads)
REV'n'GE! is a monthly fanzine that review games, apps and mutlimedia for vintage platforms
Between the various reviews in this issue you can read:

The Castle of Dr. Creep: maybe the best and fun game for the Commodore 64;
Crush: maybe the Katakis return

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News   Next FCUG meeting - Sunday, February 19
  News posted by RobertB on 15-Feb-2017 8:24:12 (85 reads)
Happy Valentine's Day, C= and Ami aficionados!

The Fresno Commodore User Group has its next meeting from 11 a.m. to 2+ p.m., Sunday, February 19 at --

Bobby Salazar's Mexican Restaurant
2839 North Blackstone Ave. (corner of Blackstone and Michigan)
Fresno, California
(559) 227-1686

For discussion, we'll talk about the May Maker Faire, the June Pacific Commodore Expo NW, and the July Commodore Vegas Expo.

Once again, we look at the newly-released film, "Viva Amiga: The Story of a Beautiful Machine," part two this time.

In hardware, we'll examine the new Ray Carlsen power supply for the VIC-20 (early model) and the 3D-printed, VIC-20 cartridge case for the Final Expansion 3, Rev. 11. Member Bruce may be bringing back his A2000 for us to examine in detail. And because I don't expect rain pouring down, I'll be able to yank out the AmigaOne XE G4 out of the car. ;)

If we can get them on disk or on SD card drive, we'll try out

VIC-20 - $B, Maxi-Edit, and Cask Jumper
C64 - Bear Jam for the Chalkboard Powerpad and The Bear Essentials
Plus/4 - various demos and slideshows

Robert Bernardo
Fresno Commodore User Group

P.S. Remember that you can access our current and older Interface newsletters at
  Post comment News   News from NAF - Norwegian Amiga Association News posted by alef on 13-Feb-2017 23:03:23 (76 reads)
Norwegian Amiga Association - NAF - celebrates 25 years 1992-2017.

We have done several things to prepare for our 25 year anniversary,
among other things release the two latest issues of our PDF magazines,
Amigaguiden (Norwegian) and AmigaMAD Magazine (English).

(Read more....)

We have a brand new reworked website, made by Vidar Karlsen.
Also, our two latest magazine PDF files can be downloaded here
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hardware OS4   Amedia Computer - Fresh new Webshop !
  hardware OS4 posted by Faranheit on 12-Feb-2017 8:22:42 (578 reads)
Hi all there ;)

First of all, even it's a little bit late, we present you all our best wishes for this new year 2017 !

After many months of work, Amedia Computer team has completely reworks his Webshop !

Effectively, the ancient site was too complicated for adding new products, search for it .....

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Software News   CookieMonster 1.4.0 released for AOS4/MOS/AROS
  Software News posted by marko on 9-Feb-2017 20:59:44 (1312 reads)

CookieMonster is a cookie cleaner for Odyssey web browser (support for more
browsers to follow in future versions).

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Announcement   Laser upgrade for Amiga mice.
  Announcement posted by Rob on 4-Feb-2017 0:39:20 (811 reads)
Amiga Store EU are advertising a replacement PCB for Amiga mice that upgrades them to laser mice.


There will be boards for both the tank style mouse and the later A1200 mouse. It's a drop in replacement for the standard PCB with no soldering required. It also has a lens cover that goes in place of the original plate used for retaining the ball.

The sensor used is the same found in high end devices and offers a resolution of 8500dpi.

Availability is expected on the 22nd of March.

No price is currently mentioned.

News   Amiga Future monthly News January 2017
  News posted by AndreasM on 31-Jan-2017 14:52:40 (266 reads)
Amiga Future issue 124 released

The English and German issue 124 (Januar/Februar 2017) of the print magazine Amiga Future has been distributed today, and can also be ordered directly from the editorial office of Amiga Future, and the other Amiga dealers that stock the magazine.

Mag Content:

Workshop WHDLoad Maschine Part 1
Demoscene News
Matze's 030er Turboboard

and so much more ... if you haven't already, get your collectable copy ordered today

A more detailed description of the contents and previews of this issue can be found at the Amiga Future magazine hompepage.


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software OS4   VPDF for AOS4 is out!
  software OS4 posted by kas1e on 30-Jan-2017 20:15:40 (700 reads)
VPDF is MUI based PDF viewer from MorphOS writen by Kiero.

grab it from os4depot while it hot! (upload query currently)

VPDF based on popular opensource libraries such as Poppler, XPDF and Freetype and provide better rendering of pages than APDF. It also has multitabs support, content links, thumbnail mode, printing (via turboprint and/or postscript) and so on. There currently no documentation provided with it, so you on your own.

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