Recently we moved house, so we’ve got more space now. I’ve therefore started setting up a computer/games-room for the family to use. My old Amiga 1200 will now be primarily used as a games machine (also for viewing old-school demos) since I tend to use MorphOS for other stuff these days. Here is a picture of my Amiga 1200 getting used to its new role:
After releasing the first stable version I have received lots of feedback from folks around the world. Most of you guys were positive about the release, except my good old pal: Mike Blackburn.
Probably there are not too many E-UAE users are trying to run it on LinuxPPC and one of the reasons is probably: there is no binary distribution. Yet, there are a handful of crazy people... One of them is Mike.
Okay, there were a few comments on both Amistore and IndieGo! Appstore blog entries that may clear up some issues I had at the time (I plan to revisit each when they are out of beta).
Two solutions were suggested:
Audio cards were a luxury in Amiga computer. Apart from a few clockport models, it was the Zorro slot machines that gave the real high quality option.
[Edit] BSzili found the problem and a solution with the sound effects and slow loading time. Even though the solution for the latter problem didn’t work for me. Stay tuned until we find it.
Maybe you remember the 1993 game Settlers for the Amiga? It was a real time, slow paced build-and-conquer game, and a really good one. Then came Settlers II in 1996 and it was even better, but wasn’t made for the Amiga. I used to play it a lot on my PC.