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Events   Commodore Los Angeles Super Show (postponed)
  Events posted by RobertB on 20-Mar-2020 21:51:37 (214 reads)
After discussion with the booking person of Toolbox LA and in light of the ever-moving dates of Covid-19 closings in the area, I am postponing the Commodore Los Angeles Super Show 2020 which was scheduled to be on April 25-26. I appreciate that Toolbox LA is willing to change the contract that I signed, and other dates later in the year have been offered. I will discuss this with members of the Southern California Commodore & Amiga Network and get their input. Then a new weekend will be chosen.

Thank you for your patience and understanding in this.

Robert Bernardo
organizer - Commodore Los Angeles Super Show
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News   Video released on Tiny little Slug & AmigaBill
  News posted by AndreasM on 21-Mar-2020 13:15:19 (136 reads)
Video released on Tiny little Slug & AmigaBill

Since there were several inquiries, André Zeps created a nice video of
his new game Tiny litte Slugs. The video can be viewed at the URL .

Tiny little Slug was released on APC&TCP a few days ago.

There give a Twitch Interview with André Zeps, developer of Tiny little Slug

AmigaBill: 22. March 2020 7:00 pm (german time)
  1 comment News    Low Cost New A1200 8MB Memory Expansion (FPU Upgradable) News posted by amigakit on 18-Mar-2020 12:02:09 (472 reads)
We are pleased to announce availability of our new low cost A1200 8MB Fast RAM memory expansion.

It features:

* 8MB Fast RAM with new modern memory
* More than doubles speed of the Commodore-Amiga 1200: performance increase to 2.91 MIPs.
* Maths Co Processor (floating Point Unit) socket - accepts a 68882 FPU up to 40Mhz
* Header for optional Real Time Clock module
* Second clockport header

Official Wiki with the support information for the new A1200 8MB Fast Memory Expansion:

A1200 RAM Expansion Support Wiki

Product Links:

USA: Click Here
Canada: Click Here
Europe: Click Here
UK: Click Here


software Classic   Tiny little Slug released by APC&TCP
  software Classic posted by AndreasM on 11-Mar-2020 13:02:05 (472 reads)
Tiny little Slug is released today for the Amiga and can now be ordered in the Online Shop at APC&TCP.

This Classic Amiga game is available either on CD, floppy disks or as a download file.
A basic Amiga 500 is sufficient to enjoy playing it, though more expanded 68k Amiga systems or a CD32 are also supported.

Climb like a snail on walls and ceilings to find the strawberry.
As well as the standard difficulty level there's also a slightly easier playing option.
For true snail veterans you can play in 'Salty' mode.
The game is based on the Metroidvania genre. Find artifacts in four thematically diverse worlds and gain new skills to overcome obstacles.

However, Tiny Little Slug takes a different approach to its opponents, as you can't harm them, so you have to work out how to outwit them.
Three big end bosses are waiting for you. Redirect their own power against them.

Tiny Little Slug even has its own homepage which can be accessed at
The game supports storing high scores on floppy disk, on the NVRAM of the CD32, on your hard disk and also online.

Compete with other players worldwide.

Tiny Little Slug was created by André Zeps, XplrA and Thomas Boisse and is released worldwide through APC&TCP.

Events   Commodore/Amiga at City of STEM Science Festival
  Events posted by RobertB on 9-Mar-2020 4:05:29 (233 reads)
There may not be a Downtown Los Angeles Maker Faire this year, but there is... (drum roll) the City of STEM Science Festival! The STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Math) Festival is happening from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. on Saturday, April 4, at the Columbia Memorial Space Center in Downey, California (Los Angeles area). And the Southern California Commodore & Amiga Network will have a hands-on exhibit table showcasing classic Commodore and Amiga computers! Come join the fun! For more information, see

Robert Bernardo
Southern California Commodore & Amiga Network -
  1 comment News   Amiga WARP 2020 Calendar News posted by dooz on 7-Mar-2020 15:19:00 (369 reads)
Croatian Amiga WARP Organization published new calendar for year 2020 available in PDF format in English and Croatian language. This year the main theme is 35 years of Amiga. Calendars are free for download and use on Amiga WARP Organization webpage.

Calendars can be downloaded at: Amiga Warp Organization

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News   Amiga Future issue 143 released
  News posted by AndreasM on 5-Mar-2020 14:30:47 (377 reads)
The English and German issue 143 (March/April 2019) 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:

Special AmigaOS 3.1.4 part 4 (A round of talks with the developers)
Workshop Synchronising partitions
Review Insanity Fight Construction Set

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   New version 1.5 of AmiCygnix available
  software OS4 posted by CygnusEd on 2-Mar-2020 15:15:18 (561 reads)
In version 1.5 many problems that were noticed in 1.4 have been eliminated. But new things have also been added.

New in AmiCygnix-Base:
  • A new window manager has been added that is recommended for use with programs launched from the standalone scripts. The main window is maximized and duplicate frames are avoided.
  • Seven new display drivers are included, which can bring advantages depending on the existing hardware. Five of these drivers no longer use Picasso96, but the functions of the Graphics Library (from V54).
  • If a workbench display is iconized, the name of the icon now indicates the program started in it, if it was started with a standalone script.
  • The X server did not support special keys like "Page Up" or "Home" found on a PC keyboard. Also the NumLock key was not supported. This has now been implemented.
  • The X server could crash on some systems. This is fixed now.
  • Fixed some bugs in myX11Setup and myX11SetupLight.
  • In some programs, the Italian translation has been updated or newly created.
  • The display drivers xpicasso96clonewbdb and xpicasso96wb were revised for better performance, especially on 32/24bit screens.
  • Various internal tools and the desktop panel "lxpanel" have been revised. The programs could cause crashes.
  • The documentation is now available in PDF format. In addition, a separate documentation about the display drivers has been added.

  • New in AmiCygnix-Tools:

  • The startup scripts have been redesigned for the new window manager.
  • The documentation is now also in PDF format.

  • Download links:


    The base package

    The tools package

    Standalone programs on the Workbench

    software Classic   Major Amiga-native subversion software update available for testing
      software Classic posted by olsen on 2-Mar-2020 10:02:36 (272 reads)
    If you still use the subversion tool for Amiga native software development you will have run into problems caused by the age of the tool. Accessing source code stored on today's subversion repository servers no longer works so smoothly. Modern certificates and encryption do make a difference.

    The first Amiga-native subversion 1.1.4 toolset which supports AmiSSL V4.4 and modern web encryption is now available for testing. Thanks go to Costel Mincea whose work enabled the AmiSSL V4 integration.

    Both the source code and ready-made software for AmigaOS 3.x and 4.x can be found at

    The source code is, of course, stored in a subversion repository on the same server.
      1 comment  

    hardware OS4   First Amiga Tabor pre-orders start, computers confirmed for summer/fall of 2020
      hardware OS4 posted by Petah on 1-Mar-2020 23:17:46 (197 reads)
    On Sunday, March 1st, Amiga retailer AmigaKit approached customers that have recently bought the limited "AAA Bundle" by asking them to declare their interest in pre-ordering the upcoming, PowerPC-based Amiga Tabor. As previously announced by A-EON, the company designing the Tabor, AAA Bundle customers will have first dibs on the initial Tabor production run now known as the Early Adopter Scheme. In its communication to customers, the Tabor is now confirmed to have its launch window set within the third quarter of 2020. Since no deposits were initially asked for, payment requests for €400 - a price tag that includes the computer motherboard, a license of the upcoming Enhancer 2.0 software suite and a one year warranty - are expected at a later date, when additional periperals such as Radeon graphics cards will also be offered. The forthcoming, general availability of the Amiga Tabor remains as of yet undisclosed.

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