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12.Oct.2021
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ComputerBase: 32-bit console Amiga CD≥≤ & 16-bit CD player Philips CD-i (german)
At the title link, german tech magazine ComputerBase compares Commodore's Amiga CD≥≤ as Europe's first 32-bit game console with the CD-i, the 16-bit multimedia system that was introduced by Philips in 1991 and co-developed with Sony.

The actual competing product, however, the Amiga CDTV, that had been introduced by Commodore also in 1991, is not mentioned at all. (snx)

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08.Oct.2021



Video tutorial: Assembler coding course
Formerly the demo group RamJam released several Amiga demos. Between 1994 and 1996 the member Fabio 'Randy' Ciucci wrote the assembler coding course "Corso completo di programmazione assembler in due dischi". In 2016, with Ciucci's permission, RamJam published this course as book. On the website there is also a two-disk version as well as an Italian-language pdf document of the course. 'Prince', the founder of the former demo group 'Phaze101', currently streams it on Twitch in English and then uploads the videos of it to YouTube. Yesterday eposide 15 was published, dediacated to chapter six of the book. (dr)

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03.Oct.2021
Amiga Future (website)


PDF magazine: REV'n'GE 125 (Italian/English)
Besides the Italian original issue, the PDF magazine REV'n'GE ("Retro Emulator Vision and Game") is also available in English. The magazine's reviews compare the different ports of classic games to the various platforms of their time. (snx)

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