MsMadLemon has started a cool tutorial(Part 1) about how to spray paint your beloved Commodore Amiga case. She will guide you in how to Disassemble, Modding & Prepping and much more… The Commodore Amiga is a legendary series of home and business computers that had its origins in the fertile minds of some very inventive and creative people who got mixed up in the computer wars between Atari and Commodore back in the early 1980s. The first of the line Amiga A1000 was years ahead of its time and was an important milestone and pointer to the future of computing. The Amiga remains one of the most popular hobbyist and creative computer systems ever, and is still beloved of thousands of retro-computing enthusiasts and hobbyists, occupying a proud place in the history of computing.
More news: Generation Amiga magazine Video: 81 years old Commodore Amiga Artist Samia Halaby talks about her Amiga experience Cloanto Releases Amiga Explorer 7 Unofficial AmigaOS 3.9 support website back online Mesa 18.1.1 with VDPAU support released for AmigaOne PowerPC WinUAE v4.0.12 Released: the best Amiga emulator for Windows just got better Linux kernel 4.18/4 for 64bit AmigaOne computers released New Optical Mouse available at Amiga Kit Amiga Store Open Arena available for AmigaOS 3.1 Ignition 1.0/5 released for AmigaOS 4.1 New release of smTube for AmigaOS 4.1 RNOComics 1.2 released: the best Comic book reader for AmigaOS 4 New update released Redpill, the easy game creator for Commodore Amiga New gold plated motherboards of Amiga 1000 clone available Workbench Explorer 2.0 released for AmigaOS 4.1 Webp Library released for AmigaOS classic FlashMandelNG 1.3 released for AmigaOS 4.X MATE PowerPC Remix 2017 0.9 released for AmigaOne workstations The Guru Meditation gifted an Amiga 1200 to Samia Halaby Adtools 8 released for AmigaOS 4.1: GCC-based development toolchain Warzone 2100 released for AROS: RTS fun for Amiga X86 compatible OS New Super Mario Brothers in development for Amiga classic Fedora 27 server now available for AmigaOne workstations Arabic console 1.6 released, manage the Arabic language in AmigaOS 4.1 Amiga Mania expo on May 19th in Portugal Hyperion Restarts selling of AmigaOS 3.1 in the European Economic Area SNK reveals the Neo Geo Mini arcade console Review: It Came From The Desert, a tribute to B-movies Review: Fly Harder, a highly playable and addictive game Review: Zool, Enjoyable and tough to complete Review: Alien Breed, features mass carnage and action Review: Virocop, a very polished and entertaining game Review: Assassin, An excellent action-packed arcade Review: Command & Conquer: Tiberian Dawn for AmigaOS 4.x Review: Little Divil, An incredible looking game for AmigaCD32 Review: Jumping Jackson, original and addictive game Review: Qwak, Amazing and fun platformer Review: Jaguar XJ220, Arcade racing fun Review: Blood Money, Killing for cash on four alien worlds Review: Lost Patrol, A blend of tactics & arcade action Review: Overdrive, Great arcade racing fun Review: Narco Police, Fun and original shoot ’em up Review: Disposable Hero, get your trigger finger oiled Review: Guardian, an unusual game but very addictive Review: The Chaos Engine 2, brilliant single or multiplayer game Review: Hill Street Blues, a complex and highly enjoyable game Review: Flashback, excellent arcade adventure game Review: Big Red Adventure, Steal the Russian crown jewels Review: Gloom, A magnificent Doom clone for Amiga Review: Banshee, Guns and death like never before Amazon Has launched its own Retro zone gaming portal RetroWars 1.1 released for Commodore Amiga computers Tower 57 released for AmigaOS 4.1: excellent retro-futurism shooter Commodore Retro eXpo 2017: Largest Commodore expo in the U.S New retro style mouse for SNES released