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Software-News: Jupiter Lander, HSMathLibs, Drawerball

AmigaOS 4: Jupiter Lander 1.0

Jupiter Lander is Hollywood-port of the C64-game, published by Commodore in 1982, for AmigaOS 4 (screenshot). Versions for other platforms supported by Hollywood are planned.

Download: jupiterlander.lha (2 MB)

HSMathLibs 46.00 Beta 2

Matthias Henze's HSMathLibs are available in version 46.00 Beta 2 for the processors MC68060, MC68040 and MC68881/82. Additional to optimations the tutorial and the installation were reworked as well as the support of programs just like Remus were added.

The HSMathLibs replace the libraries mathieeedoubbas.library, mathieeedoubtrans.library, mathieeesingtrans.libray and mathtrans.library and patch or replace the libraries mathffp.library and mathieeesingbas.libray by optimated versions.

MorphOS: Drawerball 0.8h

Tom 'Amigaharry' Duin has published Drawerball 0.8h which is an early version of a simple file manager. (snx) (Translation: dr)

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21.Jul.2009 (Webseite)

Game introduction: Music game Tracker Hero
Tracker Hero is a music game just like Guitar Hero or Dance Dance Revolution which can be controlled with the well-known "guitar-controllers" - if you have such a device.

Tracker Hero is supposed to run on all AGA-Amigas and will be available as Freeware. A version for ECS-Amigas maybe will be published later. Some videos at Youtube (1, 2, 3) show the game. (cg) (Translation: dr)

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Retro-Computing: Multiple Classic Computer (MCC)
Thanks to the FPGA-technology the "Multiple Classic Computer" (MCC) is supposed to simulate classical computers. According to the producer the C64-hardware is being completely emulated - three videos on Youtube (1, 2, 3) are supposed to demonstrate it but show only a recorded screen on which different C64-games are started.

Additional to further 8 Bit-computers and the Atari ST the "whole Amiga serie" is mentiond as another aim on the website. The MCC is supposed to have the following devices:
  • 2 x Atari and Commodore compatible joysticks
  • 2 x P/S2 for keyboard and mouse
  • 1 x SD-card-slot
  • 1 x Audio (stereo)
  • 1 x VGA
  • 1 x S-Video

The hardware is supposed to be available soon. (cg) (Translation: dr)

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MorphOS: OpenOfficeDraw-Viewer ODG-Viewer (Update)
Carsten Siegner's ODG-Viewer displays OpenOfficeDraw documents. The program is still in alpha status and the author warns of included bugs. Multilateral documents and all object types are already supported.

Update: (16:35, 14.07.09, snx)
Meanwhile version 0.1 is available which is said to be stable. Rotation of objects should work even with "difficult" documents now. Please note that the program requires the file "XADUnfile" from MorphOS 2.2, usually located in MOSSYS:C/.

Download: odg-viewer-0.1.lha (4 MB) (cg) (Translation: dr)

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