‘Turn an Old PC Into a High-End Amiga with AmiKit’

Mike Bouma (Slashdot reader #85,252) writes: AmiKit is a compilation of pre-installed and pre-configured Amiga programs running emulated on Windows, macOS, and Linux (as well as running on classic 68K Amigas expanded with a Vampire upgrade card). Besides original...

AmigaOne X1000/X5000 Remains Well Supported With PowerPC Linux

Mike Bouma writes: Despite being expensive and having been sold out for quite some time at the main Amiga Dealers, two days after Linus Torvalds' release of Linux 5.18, Christian "xeno74" Zigotzky made the latest PPC kernel available for the AmigaOne X1000/X5000. Here...

How to Write Your Own Games – for the Amiga

Mike Bouma (Slashdot reader #85,252) writes: With the release of the A500 mini (which also supports A1200 games) and its side loading feature you may be interested to get started with Amiga Retro games development. This is why I collected some recent Amiga games...

First Reviews of the A500 Mini

Mike Bouma writes: I just bought the A500 Mini here in the Netherlands. The first reviews are now available. The Guardian gives the device a 4 out of 5 score in their review: "The A500 is a robust piece of tech nostalgia that will give veteran fans many hours of...

Exclusive First ‘The A500 Mini’ Prototype Playtest

Longtime Slashdot reader Mike Bouma writes: Retro Recipes LLC has previewed prototype serial #01 of the "A500 mini" Amiga retro console on YouTube. The console comes with 25 preinstalled games including Worms: The Director's Cut, Simon the Sorcerer, The Chaos Engine,...