MsMadLemon has released a new interesting video of how to install AKReal 9 on an SD card for use on a Vampire Amiga system. AKReal is the unofficial conversion of AmiKit for real Amiga machines. AKReal 9 is free and includes more than 350 of the finest Amiga programs. You can surf web, read emails and documents, listen to or create your own music, burn CD/DVDs, edit images, play games and much more. Everything is polished and pre-configured at your service. Requires classic Commodore Amiga with 030 and AmigaOS 3.9. You can use AKReal 9 under emulation with WinUAE, FS-UAE and Amiga forever.
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