This weekend I took a look at the recently released Shogo: Mobile Armor Division, ported to AmigaOS 4.1 by Hyperion Entertainment! I took a look at it on my AmigaOne X5000 and also under emulation on UAE on my Windows 10 Core i7 laptop.
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Today I wanted to take a look at a recently released game for AmigaOS4.1 Final Edition called Prototype from Dark Castle Software and ported to AmigaOS 4.1 by Kas1e. I tried it out on my AmigaOne X5000.
Today I am taking a look at the relatively recently released AmiCygnix 1.4 update for AmigaOS 4.1 Final Edition on my AmigaOne X5000. Due to moving house I had to delay this blog post from December 2018 until I was set up again!
Hi all, and welcome to my first blog post for 2019. I hope you all had a great Xmas and New Year.
As mentioned in my last blog post in late December 2018, I have been very busy over Xmas and New Year moving house!
This of course meant packing up all my computers including my beloved Amiga systems (and everything else of course!) and setting up from scratch in a new home.
Today for my last blog post for 2018 I am taking a quick look at the installation of the recently released AmigaOS 3.1.4 by Hyperion Entertainment on my Amiga 500.
My apologies for the big gap between blog posts. Unfortunately I have been really busy of late with home improvement projects in the evenings and weekends and work. This does not mean I haven't been active with my Amiga systems - far from it!
I am very excited to say that I finally saved up the money to get a AmigaOne X5000, and it arrived in the post this past week from AmigaKit in the UK. To say I am very excited to receive it is an understatement.
This week I received a new boxed Amiga game in the post called Zerosphere, released by Poly Play.
Today I have been given a sneak preview of the latest Enhancer v1.4 software release for AmigaOS 4.1 Final Edition on my AmigaOne X1000! This package is made by A-EON and available for purchase in a couple of different editions on AMIStore, or directly from the AmigaKit website as a physical product with CD.