Users of Amiga OS4.1 will be aware that running the vast majority their classic games is done through emulation via E-UAE (Experimental Universal Amiga Emulator) and that this process is […]
Aah the Sony Playstation, the machine that when launched back in 1994 changed the face of video gaming and the industry itself forever.
Upon reading the title of today’s blog you may be wondering why upon purchasing a very expensive custom-made motherboard primarily with the purpose of running Amiga OS on it, […]
For those of you who read one of my previous posts on Rick Dangerous would have spotted a request for more driving games on Amiga OS4. As I use the […]
Today has seen an update to the A-Eon Enhancer Software package that came bundled with my X5000 motherboard to the latest version 1.3. Rather than cover what has been updated […]
Amiga OS 4.1 users were greeted with a new game to play with this past week with the release of RickD, from HunoPPC who along with his team has gained notoriety on the Amiga scene for a number of welcome ports to the platform. I say this is a new game to play with, but in reality, it is an […]
This morning, Mr delivery man delivered not one item, but two items of Amiga goodies for me to unwrap and play around with. The first item to pop through my […]
I’m inspired for today’s post by a comment that someone made to me via a user local user group, where they commented that it was great that I am showing […]
Today I am going to take a look at Snes9X a Super Nintendo Emulator which has been ported across to Amiga OS4.1 by the very talented HunoPPC whose work in […]
Today I am going to look at video playback on the X5000 in particular to the performance of the machine in playing back DVD’s and clips streamed or downloaded from […]
The X5000 benefits from having 6 external USB slots ready for plugging in all sorts of USB 2.0 compatible hardware from memory sticks to USB hubs to multi card readers. The way I have my X5000 system set up at the moment is that I always have the mouse and keyboard firmly plugged into one […]
One of the main questions I get asked about my new machine and indeed any Next Generation Amiga machine (Amigaone XE, Sam 440, Sam 460/Amigaone 500, Pegasos-II or Amigaone X1000) is, […]
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