So, I’ve blogged about this cool project before( here , and here ), but the developer expanded this very cool RTG card with an extension that plugs into the big box Video slots to allow games to run through the card and output via HDMI.
Check it out:
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So, the guy that has been Vlogging on YouTube about his open-source 68030 accelerator every week or so just announced his plans to make a 68040 version for the Amiga 500. Wow!
Back in 1998, Amiga Inc was in talks with QNX to use their desktop system as a potential base for the nextgen Amiga. Their web archive page also teased a new system for developers of OS5dev:
Ah, all the glory of tower systems in the late 90’s! Who else remembers these?
You can see their developer’s page archive here:
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So, I’m not sure what you’d do with such a tiny Amiga 500 replica, but I think it was rather cool to see.
Get your’s –> here <–
The creator has other models too:
Well, if there was a race to see which of the Amiga-flavors of OS would support both SMP (multiple processor cores) and 64bit architecture, along with the extra RAM afforded by 64bit addressing, it was won by AROS. Check out the video below:
Just saw this one on YouTube. Good to see that classic Amiga game development continues over 20 years after Commodore shut down:
Keep up the good work developers!
Enjoy this video by an Amiga user who wants to add a CD drive to their Amiga 1200: