- TrueSchool Ascii edit / delete

Amiga bitmap fonts converted to modern formats. Includes the splendidly 90s P0T-NOoDLE font which I used to use for terminals...

to amiga fonts retrocomputing ... on 28 March 2016

TEXTMOD.ES edit / delete

"The text mode art preservation network". With Amiga and PC collections.

to amiga ascii demoscene pc retrocomputing text ... on 08 February 2016

Amiga FPGA Accelerators edit / delete

That's one way to speed up an Amiga -- replace the CPU with a big FPGA! The A600 version has launched at €150.

to accelerator amiga fpga retrocomputing ... on 24 January 2016

Tim's Homepage edit / delete

Floppy emulator, RAM expansion and network interface for Amigas using an FPGA, and some UKNC reverse-engineering. Includes a picture of how to mount the odd Russian chips with staggered rows of pins.

to 1801 amiga electronics fpga retrocomputing retrotech soviet ... on 22 January 2016

Dungeon Master Encyclopaedia edit / delete

A comprehensive site about the Dungeon Master games, which I remember playing (and reading about) on the Amiga back in the early 90s.

to amiga dungeon-master games rpg st ... on 31 December 2015

Amiga Juggler Animation edit / delete

How it was made, and a Javascript port of the original code.

to 3d amiga graphics history javascript raytracing retrocomputing ... on 03 May 2015

Amiga Graphics Archive edit / delete

"This site is dedicated to graphics made with or for the Commodore Amiga home computer." Nice gallery of OCS/ECS game artwork.

to amiga art games graphics retrocomputing ... on 05 March 2015

MIST - a FPGA based aMIga and ST edit / delete

"The MIST is supposed to be some kind of "next gen minimig", being as cheap and as simple as the original Minimig."

to amiga fpga retrocomputing st ... on 20 January 2015

ScoopexUs - YouTube edit / delete

The demoscene group -- with a series of video tutorials on Amiga graphics programming.

to amiga demos programming retrocomputing ... on 19 January 2014

AMIGA RPI DRIVE edit / delete

I'd been wondering if you could use a Raspberry Pi for floppy archiving, by getting the DMA engine to sample an input pin. This appears to be doing the same thing in the other direction (emulating a floppy drive), so I'll add that to the to-do list...

to amiga disk emulation floppy imaging raspberry-pi retrocomputing ... on 01 December 2013

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