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AROS-Exec (Forum)

AROS: PasteQuick 0.41, Lyapunov, LazSokoban
Marcus Sackrow has compiled three little Free-Pascal programmes for AROS/x86. Additional to the game LazSokoban and a representation of Ljapunow-fractals, using PasteQuick it is possible to copy text from the Clipboard to and to get back the generated Pastebin-link. The login function of PasteQuick is not supported by the AROS-version.

PasteQuick0.41.lha (2 MB)
LazSokoban.lha (2 MB)
Lyapunov.lha (2 MB) (snx) (Translation: dr)

[News message: 19. Apr. 2015, 18:42] [Comments: 0]
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MorphZone (Forum)

AmigaOS 4 / AROS / MorphOS: LÖVE 0.8.0
Szilárd 'BSzili' Biró has ported version 0.8.0 of LÖVE for all NG-systems. It is a framework for 2D-games written in the programming language Lua.

Under the title link you can also download seven games and demos written in LÖVE. Among others Mari0, a Super-Mario-clone, which was completed by the teleportation feature of the Valve-game Portal. You can read an English-language review to four of the LÖVE-games in the blog of Johannes 'Yasu' Genberg. (snx) (Translation: dr)

[News message: 19. Apr. 2015, 09:10] [Comments: 0]
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Java-Tutorial: Project Amiga Juggler
In an detailed tutorial, Java programmers are dmonstrated, how to implement the Amiga Juggler by themselves. All steps are programmed again: The tutorial starts with the development of a mini-raytracer rendering the frames which later will be used the animation. (cg) (Translation: dr)

[News message: 11. Apr. 2015, 19:28] [Comments: 0]
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Benchmarks: Warp 3D SI on the dem Sam460 and the X1000
During the last few days, AmigaOS 4 users started to collect benchmark results for the recently released commercial Warp 3D drivers for Radeon HD graphic cards. The results are collected and presented on, an older result using a Sam440 and the onboard Radeon Mobility chip was provided by Alain Thellier (Wazp 3D) back in 2013.

Two benchmarks are performed, with the exception of Thelliers older test the results were all recorded using the Final Edition of AmigaOS 4.1.
  • Quake 3 Timedemo 1: using Hugues 'HunoPPC' Nouvels ioquake3-Portierung (Ioquake3.lha), a resolution of 1280x1024, these Settings and MiniGL 2.20
  • Cow 3D (a Warp 3D benchmark from Alain Thellier): When running this, the Buffers should be enabled using the 'b' key, to make sure the Frames don't have to be recalculated by the CPU constantly and you're only benchmarking the graphics performance.
Below you can see the benchmark results published so far, benchmarks with older Radeon graphic cards are not available currently. The listed values mean 'frames displayed per second' (FPS), so the higher the value, the better the result:

Editor's note: In some cases, the users didn't list average values, but FPS ranges. For the sake of simplicity, we used the higher value of the two - the difference is neglegible anyway. The listed values were all provided by AmigaOS 4 users, Amiga-News staff has no means of verifying them. (cg) (Translation: cg)

[News message: 07. Apr. 2015, 00:15] [Comments: 0]
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