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:
The makers of Amikit, an amazing emulated pre-built environment, has released FlowerPot, a set of tools to automate setting up OS4.1FE in the latest and greatest version of WinUAE, without some of the limitations we ran into in 2015 and 2016 (like only being able to use PicassoIV emulation and not higher-RAM UAE graphics, pci bridgeboard support, etc).
It’s not free, but it’s not expensive either. I’m currently testing it and will have a review later.
Go check it out –> here <–
Here’s a good video about restoring an old Amiga 4000 with a VideoToaster.
Here’s a demo of the Hollywood development program running on the Amiga 500 with the Vampire 500 accelerator. This was from AmiWest 2016. Looks good!