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Archive 04/2004


30.Apr.2004
WHDLoad (Website)


WHDLoad: New packets until 30-Apr-2004
With WHDLoad you can install games on your hard drive which were originally meant only for use with disks. The following packets have been added or updated since our last message:
  • 23.04.04 new: Super Street Fighter 2 Turbo (Gametek)
  • 21.04.04 new: Lombard RAC Rally (Red Rat/Mandarin Software)
  • 21.04.04 fixed: Twylyte (Wicked)
  • 21.04.04 new: Tornado (Digital Integration)
  • 21.04.04 improved: Syndicate (Bullfrog)
  • 21.04.04 updated: Railroad Tycoon (Microprose)
  • 11.04.04 new: Tip Off (ANCO)
  • 11.04.04 new: Civilization (Microprose)
  • 11.04.04 improved: Air Support (Psygnosis)
  • 07.04.04 new: Twylyte (Wicked)
  • 07.04.04 improved: Oriental Games (MicroStyle/MicroProse)
  • 04.04.04 new: Tennis Cup 2 (Loriciel)
  • 04.04.04 new: Space Racer (Loriciels)
  • 04.04.04 new: Oriental Games (MicroStyle/MicroProse)
  • 04.04.04 new: Black Shadow (CRL/Zen Room)
  • 04.04.04 fixed: Shadow of the Beast 2 (Psygnosis)
(nba) (Translation: dr)

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29.Apr.2004
Amigaworld.net (Website)


Interview with Susumu Hirasawa (Japanese Musician and Amiga User)
Ikir Sector, the Italian web-portal for alternative computer systems, has conducted an interview with the well-known Japanese musician Susumu Hirasawa (Group P-Model, Soundtracks of Animes Berserk and Millennium Actress) as well as a long-time Amiga user (Bars&Pipes). (snx) (Translation: dm)

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29.Apr.2004
Patrick Henz (E-Mail)


New FreeCD: "small world FONTS" and "1984"
Two more CD-ROMs have appeared in the FreeCD series. "Small world FONTS," contains about 2000 fonts, mostly in the TrueType format, and is directed primarily at graphic artists and desktop publishers. The CD "1984" is a collection of different remakes of classic games, among them "Turrican" and "Barbarian". Each CD costs three euros for handling and shipping. (nba) (Translation: dm)

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29.Apr.2004
Peter Topolnicki (ANF)


LAME: WarpOS Version 3.96 Appears
The current version 3.96 of the open source MP3 encoder LAME at amiga.sourceforge.net now also has a WarpOS version. (snx) (Translation: dm)

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29.Apr.2004
Peter Topolnicki (ANF)


Emulator: GenesisPlus Ported to MorphOS
The Sega MegaDrive/Genesis emulator GenesisPlus has been ported to MorphOS, and may be used with MUI-based graphic "skins." (snx) (Translation: dm)

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29.Apr.2004
Heiko Kuschel (E-Mail)


In Memoriam: Commodore Business Machines
Ten years ago today, on the 29th of April 1994, the onetime USA computer giant Commodore Business Machines declared bankruptcy. Commodore UK and Commodore Germany persisted a few more months, until the Amiga rights were sold to the German concern Escom and later to Gateway 2000. Today, the Amiga OS rights belong to KMOS, the trademark belongs to Amiga Inc., and the Commodore rights and trademark to Tulip Computers. (nba) (Translation: dm)

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29.Apr.2004
AMIGAplus


AMIGAplus 04/2004 (#146) - AmigaOS 4 & KMOS
AMIGAplus 04/2004 (#146) has been published including the following reports:
  • Preview of Amiga OS 4.0
  • KMOS-Report
  • ScummVM review and interview
  • microgolded review
  • reviews of Canon i865 and HP 5150
  • Amiga Status Report
  • Top 7 Shareware
  • SVCD-workshop (part 3)
  • demoscene-report (What happened to the demosceners?)
  • and much more.
AMIGAplus Leser-CD 27 includes the PC-full versions of "Beneath a steel sky" and "Flight of the Amazon Queen (Talkie-version)" plus ScummVM, great icons for AmigaOS from Hemera and Ralf Himmel and the offline-version of amiga-news.de.

AMIGAplus may be subscribed or ordered directly from falkemedia for 5 Euro including shipping. (nba)

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29.Apr.2004
Ron van Herk (E-Mail)


MediaPoint: 68k Source Code Again Online
The source code of the presentation program MediaPoint, originally released in mid-April (as amiga-news.de reported) and then removed from the Net apparently because of commercial software in the archive, has now been placed online again, thanks to the help of Gerd Frank. (snx) (Translation: dm)

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28.Apr.2004
ANN (Website)


Emulator: Aosolin 0.8.24 (AmigaOSoverLinux)
The aim of the Aosolin project ("AmigaOSoverLinux") is to offer a special suited slackware Linux distribution which boots directly into an Amiga emulator.

Curently the author tries to join the sources of LinuxUAE 0.8.22, LinuxUAE 0.8.21/JIT and WinUAE 0.8.22 to improve UAE to his demands. A first version of his emulator (Aosolin 0.8.24) is available at the title link. (cg) (Translation: ub)

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28.Apr.2004



Tulip presents the "C64 Mini Game Console"
Tulip presents the "C64 Mini Game Console" by the title link: A console fitted into a joystick case with 30 preinstalled C64 games (Summer Games, Winter Games and California Games are mentioned) which can be connected to a TV directly.

The device, which is a cooperation with Ironstone, is announced to be released within the 2nd half of 2004 and will be priced around EUR 30. It's said to be the first device of an entire line. (cg) (Translation: ub)

[News message: 28. Apr. 2004, 20:18] [Comments: 0]
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28.Apr.2004
Holger Krefting (ANF)


Map editor for Tales of Tamar
For the round based strategy game "Tales of Tamar" there is a new map editor available which has been developed by a ToT gamer. Further information is available at the title link. (cg) (Translation: ub)

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28.Apr.2004
PPCNUX (ANF)


Motorola/Freescale announces forthcoming PPC product line
"Freescale Semiconductor", Motorola's semiconductor division, announces their forthcoming PPC product line.

An illustrated, detailed German article about Motorola's plans is to get at ppcnux.de. (cg) (Translation: ub)

[News message: 28. Apr. 2004, 18:12] [Comments: 0]
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28.Apr.2004
ANN (Website)


BabelDoc V2.9 released
Lorence Lombardo has released version 2.9 of BabelDoc. This program uses the according service by Altavista to translate text documents. The reqtools.library, a TCP/IP-Stack as well as the KingCON handler are required to run the program. (snx) (Translation: ub)

[News message: 28. Apr. 2004, 12:00] [Comments: 0]
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28.Apr.2004
Carsten Siegner (ANF)


New download link for PegXMac (for newly registered users only)
David Bentham offers a faster server access for his software package PegXMac now. But it's required to get a new registration to log on that server and get the ISO file. (snx) (Translation: ub)

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28.Apr.2004
Thorsten Mampel, 1. Vorsitzender Amiga-Club Hamburg e.V. (ANF)


"5. Amiga-Meeting Nord" in Bad Bramstedt
During Friday the 29th October till Sunday the 31st October 2004 there will be the 5. Amiga-Meeting Nord held at Bad Bramstedt, a bit north from Hamburg, Germany. Up to 40 computers can be brought up and get connected.

Planned is:
  • Beamer demo and film presentations
  • Hard and Software market (Amigas and accessoires) free of charge
  • Creation of a party CD by the participants
  • Network with Internet access (DSL)
  • Webcam
  • Further more...
Of course the main focus will be set to the fun of it.

This year we want to offer the remaining hard and software developers the possibility to introduce their products to a broader audience. It is planned to record a movie from those presentations and to put that to the Internet and cover disks.

Developers interested in this are welcome to contact Thorsten Mampel to check the details.

All Amiga users (AmigaOS 1 to 4, MorphOS and Emulator users) are invited to register at our homepage or directly at the Hotel "Tanneneck" speaking to Norbert Kapahnke on phone by +49 4192 500071.

The fees:
  • For the full weekend from Fri to Sun including two nights, twice a full dinner (warm) and twice a (continental, buffet) breakfast the fee is EUR 75.-.
  • For the half weekend from Fri to Sat or from Sat to Sun including one night, one full diner (warm) and one breakfast (continental, buffet) the fee is EUR 37.50.
  • for a day only guest the fee is EUR 5.- (registration not urgent, those day guests who plan to bring their own computer must register also!).
(snx) (Translation: ub)

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