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Topic: Amiga

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APC&TCP is searching for translators
Posted by: Trizt on Sunday, March 04, 2007 - 23:06
Submitted by AndreasM
APC&TCP is searching translators from German to English for a bigger, long term Amiga project .

Requirements:

- English has to be native language
- very good English spelling
- you have to understand German texts very well
- basic knowledge concerning the Amiga (you should know what you translate)
- speed (generally the translations have to be done quickly)

You don't have to work for free. But we cannot pay huge amounts of money for it.

Interested users should contact us via email in German language at Andreas@apc-tcp.de

Unfortunately respones may take a while.

http://www.apc-tcp.de


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Amiga Future 65 (March/April) Out
Posted by: Trizt on Friday, March 02, 2007 - 12:43
Submitted by AndreasM
Issue no 65 (March/April) of the Amiga Future has been released. This means that all subscriptions and preorders has been shipped.

In this issue you can find reviews of Total Chaos, Battle Squadron, Atomix, Jumping Machine, Platou, The Wall, Simple View, Search Star, Reggae, WarpDT, AmigaAMP, DiskMaster 2, Global Trash, IBrwose 2.4, MCP, Sashimi, Snoopy, MemGuard, Ranger, MindCandy and Immortal 3 for instance and of course many many articles.

A detailed description of contents and try-outs can be found at AmigaFuture forum

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Amiga Future 65 (March/April) Preview Online
Posted by: ironfist on Tuesday, February 20, 2007 - 15:55
Submitted by AndreasM
The preview and try-outs of the Amiga Future issue 65 (March/April) went online today.

In this issue you can find reviews like Total Chaos, Battle Squadron, Atomix, Jumping Machine, Platou, The Wall, Simple View, Search Star, Reggae, WarpDT, AmigaAMP, DiskMaster 2, Global Trash, IBrwose 2.4, MCP, Sashimi, Snoopy, MemGuard, Ranger, MindCandy and Immortal 3.

But of course many other articles. A more detailed description of contents and try-outs can be found using the URL http://www.amigafuture.de/forum/kb.php?mode=article&k=1293

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Big Article-Database Update
Posted by: Trizt on Monday, February 19, 2007 - 11:28
Submitted by AndreasM
Amiga Future has updated their Online-Article-Database, you can now read more than 1.000 German and 50 English articles.



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Amiga Future Online Again
Posted by: ironfist on Thursday, February 15, 2007 - 10:58
Submitted by AndreasM
The weekend before last the Amiga Future homepage was hacked two times. The good thing about it was that we have discovered the security issue and fixed it.

However some scripts were broken becuase of that. One of them was the email contact form. If you sent us an email please try again. We had also the luck that our hoster switched to a newer version of PHP. Sooner than we expected. The result was that our online shop didn't work anymore. This issue is fixed also now.

Due to the many changes we have reworked the cheat database too. In the cheat database there are currently over 5000 cheats, solutions and tips for more than 2000 Amiga games. The database is now available here.

AmigaFuture

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New Amiga Show Pictures
Posted by: ironfist on Monday, January 29, 2007 - 17:00
Submitted by AndreasM
Today AmigaFuture.de release more than 250 pictures from the following Amiga shows.

* The World of Alternatives 2002
* World of Amiga 2000
* Amiga 2001
* Home Electronics World 99
* Computer 98

Have Fun!

Gallery

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Italian PowerPC Manufacturer ACube is Working on (Possible) Unauthorized AmigaOS 4.0
Posted by: ironfist on Saturday, January 27, 2007 - 00:35
Submitted by ironfist
The Italian PowerPC manufacturer ACube Systems, currently working on the AMCC 440EP-based Sam440EP is working on AmigaOS 4.0. The news has leaked on an Italian Amiga forum and it is said the news should not be spread. This could mean they are either not ready to announce it or they don't have any license from Amiga Inc, yet. There have been no announcements from either party that ACube Systems managed to work out a license-deal with Amiga Inc. In fact, no other company than Eyetech has any license to produce Next-Gen Amiga hardware.

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CygnusEd Pro 5 Update Release
Posted by: ironfist on Wednesday, January 24, 2007 - 09:35
Submitted by AndreasM
Today we release a Update for CygnusEd Pro 5 on our Page.

Click 'Read more' for changelog.

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Amiga Future Issue 64 Out
Posted by: Trizt on Monday, January 15, 2007 - 12:26
Submitted by AndreasM
Issue 64 (January/February 2006) of the Amiga Future has been released.

This means that the magazines have sent to all subscribers and preorderers.

In this issue you'll find an in-depth preview of the final release of AmigaOS4 (which has been released in the meantime) and Airline Tycoon. Besides a review of Rob Hood there are many other reviews of applications, games and hardware in this issue of the Amiga Future.

As a small christmas gift we've put the complete Eric Schwartz Archive CD on the cover disc. Furthermore there are lots of full versions like Anstoss, Anstoss World Cup, AnstossHDD, Bugbash, Carton Rouge League,

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The Amiga is Dead. Long Live Amiga!
Posted by: ironfist on Thursday, January 04, 2007 - 10:35
Submitted by ironfist
The Inquirer has an article about the Amiga PowerPC history, from Phase5/bPlan's early PowerPC plans to the latest EFIKA and Samantha boards. They describe the AmigaONE, Pegasos I/II and why Genesi's platform will probably never run AmigaOS 4.0 - an operating system with no hardware.

I don't want to spoil you all but I can say the article is well worth the read.

The Amiga is Dead. Long Live Amiga!

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