Back in 1995 when Commodore was no more and thousands of Amiga users changed to the PC platform. There was still some geniuses developing great software and games for Amiga. One of the companies was Audiogenic ASL (publisher) and Unconscious Minds (developer). They managed to release Odyssey for Amiga! An
With a big thanks to Retro Ready. Amitopia got this awesome CF2IDE adapter from them which is made by Archi-TECH for review. CF2IDE adapter is now available for purchase. It makes it much easier to connect Compact Flash disks to your Amiga 600 or Amiga 1200. CF2IDE comes with Interesting features
Your internal computer components inside every Amiga computer are very sensitive. If powered with strong, unregulated current, they can easily get damaged. Thus, you should choose your power supply unit carefully when you are building your own computer. Once you upgrade your low-end Amiga computer. That machine needs more energy.
One of the best nextgen AmigaOS compatible operating systems is MorphOS. A neat little operating system that aims at bringing the best from AmigaOS and this new app introduce new 3rd party functions from a developer that cares about how you use MorphOS. You can download AppLauncher for MorphOS for
Got some spare headphones with minijack? Wanted to hear how Amiga Paula sound should be with them? Did it sound strange? Well, it’s because Paula itself isn’t mixing the channels at all. So, when you connect your regular minijack headphones to your Amiga without a Amplifier. The channels sounds not