This weekend I took a look at the Amiga 500 and Amiga 600 memory expansion cards and A1200 real time clock port expansion module, all kindly supplied to me for review by AmigaKit.
The name "VARTA" strikes fear into the hearts of Amiga 500 plus, and A501 memory expansion owners: VARTA rechargeable batteries have been built into these devices, and with growing age are prone to leak green acid, damaging the printed circuit boards and other components.
With a little more experience and new information gained, there was something left to do...
Simone Bevilacqua (RETREAM) contacted me a while back regarding plans of running a second print of his Amiga OS4 games “Huenison, BOH and BOH Advance” and if I wanted to pre-order it as he knows that I collect Amiga games, and yes I am one of the guys which never got around to order them […]
Today I wanted to take a look at AmiKit Real 9 build on my Amiga 4000T and Amiga 1200. AmiKit Real 9 was released back in October 2017 and I have not yet tried it out - now is the time!
The Games We Never Talk About (But Should) (TGWNTABS) is back again and this time we will talk about a rather new title (by Amiga standards), it came out back in 2000/2001 and it sort of never got the attention it deserved thanks to a very dwindling Amiga community. Land Of Genesis was developed by […]
Today I wanted to take a look at the recently released game called Skill Grid by Retream, available for Classic Amiga AGA systems.
Of late I have been doing lots of projects on my Classic Amiga systems, with various degrees of success!
Today I wanted to take a look at an upcoming AmigaOS 4 game from Retream called Blastaway.
While I intend to write about the duplicate board that is popping up in Amibay and Ebay soon, I did see this one and thought it was worthy of inclusion.
The Amiga 1200plus board, is multiple boards that fit together, providing various functionality depending on the module, and can be dropped into a real A1200 case (like the recent remakes of cases or originals):