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Archive 06/2000


20.Jun.2000
Richard Kapp on ANF


AMIGA Software in Vienna!
Austrian Amiga fans will be happy to hear that you can again buy Amiga software in Vienna, even while choice is still limited. The shop A&M in the Millenium City (subway station: Handelskai) already offers OS3.5, AmigaWriter, ArtEffect, and the games Tales from Heaven, Foundation DC, Games Classix (Collection) - and Simon the Sorcerer2, Foundation Mission Pack and Foundation Gold Pack will follow soon. (unk) (Translation: unk)

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20.Jun.2000
Pär Boberg by e-mail


Famous Amiga Uses
Pär Boberg again updated his list of Famous Amiga Uses. On this list, you can see which famous occassions, people, companies and movies employed / employ the Amiga. (unk) (Translation: unk)

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20.Jun.2000
Computer City


Computer City offers Amiga Developer Box
Netherland retailer Computer City offers an Amiga Developer Box based on an AMD K6/2 500 MHz. Further details at the title link. (unk) (Translation: unk)

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20.Jun.2000
Juergen A. Theiner via ANF


playamiga.de arranges a SWOS tournament
Within the scope of the Amiga Meeting 2000 playamiga.de arranges a Sensible World of Soccer Tournament. Interested people should visit the titlelink. (unk) (Translation: unk)

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20.Jun.2000
Alfred Faust via eMail


The Clou - list of passwords
The company Neo Software has recently released "The Clou". The game and the manual can be downloaded at the titlelink. Unfortunatly the password inquiry is not ready, yet. Alfred Faust was able to finde out some of the passwords using a HEX editor, and converted the Manual (German). amiga-news.de got permission from Mrs. Trofeit from Neo Software to post those passwords here. According to Neo Software after about two or three weeks there will be a complete list of the passwords released at www.clou2.de.
Here Alfred Faust's (still incomplete) list of
password for The_Clou! - AMIGA


s. r. w. password
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15 1  4  Workbench
19 1  2  Victoria
34 1  3
34 3  2
34 4  1
36 2  4  genug
38 2  4  Ausdauer
38 5  1
39 2  5  erster
39 4  1  Nerven
40 1  1  Elektronik
41 4  2  Zustand
42 2  6  Beschreibung
42 3  2
43 3  3  Polizeistation
44 1  3  Wachen
44 3  2  diese
46 2  3
46 3  3
47 2  6  Wagen
47 4  1
49 2  3
53 2  4
56 3  2
57 3  2
57 4  3
60 2  2
63 1  4
63 3  2
(unk) (Translation: unk)

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20.Jun.2000
Sebastian Weimer on ANF


New JoeCard website from Met@box
The website presents itself in a new layout including Flash, but without new informations. (unk) (Translation: unk)

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20.Jun.2000
Milan Computer


Milan Computer looking for programmers and developers
Wanted:
  • About 30 programmers with knowledge in C/C++ (Assembler would be an advantage), to port several games and standard applications from the Amiga platform. Contact with the Amiga companies is established by us. As far as we know for know, payment will be a percentage of the sales.
  • Developers planning their move toward the Milan market, who want their software to be distributed professionally by companies.

If you are interested, contact:
Ali Goukassian
a.goukassian@milan-computer.de
Milan Computersystems
An der Holsatiamühle 1, D-24149 Kiel, Germany
Phone: +49 (431) 20 99 034
Fax: +49 (431) 20 99 035 (unk) (Translation: unk)

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20.Jun.2000
D. Crawford by e-mail


UGN Times June issue released
Download: UGNT200006.lzx (unk) (Translation: unk)

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19.Jun.2000
Matthias Henze via ANF


stormamiga.lib for SAS
It took a long time but now it is official - the stormamiga.ib for the SAS/C Compiler is to come. Versions for MC68EC020+, MC68881+, MC68040+, and MC68060 are planed. Initial tests allready were very auspicious.

Please, send questions and comments on this issue to Matthias Henze.. (unk) (Translation: unk)

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19.Jun.2000
Steven Flowers via eMail


Alive Mediasoft Press Release
Alive Mediasoft close down both the complete Amiga software and hardware area and intend to focus on the new printmagazin "The Pulse":

From: steven flowers steve@alive-mediasoft.co.uk
Amiga News <team@amiga-news.de>
Date: Mon, 19 Jun 2000 11:14:26 +0000
Subject: Alive

PRESS RELEASE -
Deutsche Übersetzung von Jens Petersen siehe unten

Alive Mediasoft 15th June 2000

As from today, the following changes are effective:

1. Alive mediasoft is closing it's Amiga retail company with no future plans
to sell software or hardware in the Amiga market.

2. Alive mediasoft will no longer publish games for the Amiga market either.
Current copyright ownerships are being discussed with individual developers
to arrange possible transfer of publishing rights so that the games can
continue to made available to the Amiga public via a third party if the
developer so wishes.  News about individual titles will be announced as we
have it.

3. Ongoing development of games like Elite 3 and Phantasmagoria are again
being worked out with the authors/owners so hopefully we can arrange
continuation of these exciting projects so they do not get dropped out of
sight.  We have had a phenomenal response about our ventures and give our
word to everyone who was anxiously waiting for the release of these games
that we are doing everything in our power to ensure that we find someone to
continue our work.

4. As issue 13 of The Pulse has only been out a few weeks, orders are still
pouring in and we'd like to assure everybody that we're not going anywhere
immediately as there's a lot of work to be done in fulfilling current
orders and pre-orders for our customers, and see that everyone including
customers and developers working for us on royalty basis are sorted
out prior to the final closure of the retail company.

Anyone with outstanding orders will receive their goods during the next
few weeks.  Any items out of stock or that were pre-orders for games due out
shortly will be contacted individually.

As there is obviously much work to be done
our phone lines are often busy or on answer machine.  We can
still be contacted as normal via post or email.

But the news is not all bad....

With the assistance from a third party,  Alive's flagship publication
THE PULSE is to be become it's own entity and be published as a fully
commercial magazine.
We have so many great things lined up for the future issues including the
games  we have exclusives on and the other Amiga companies involved
in backing The Pulse that I would love to ramble on about,
but I should tell you in detail in another mail.

A further press release will be issued separately by The Pulse very shortly
providing full details of the exciting plans lined up for the launch of
issue 14.

We would like to thank everyone who bought games from the Alive retail
company  for their support and dedication over the years, and
say to you not to worry as you're  not going to lose out on your games
chioce as we've secured some great deals within
the trade to ensure that you don't lose the variety we offered.  Watch this
space for details....


THANKYOU

Steven Flowers
Alive mediasoft.

TEL:    +44 (0)1623 467 579
Email: steve@alive-mediasoft.co.uk
http://www.alive-mediasoft.co.uk
(unk) (Translation: unk)

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19.Jun.2000
AROS-ML


AROS Status Update
Again a another software was ported to AROS: the freetype.library (www.freetype.org), BGUI and SnoopDOS. The port of DOpus is getting more and more usefull, too. Many bugs of the gfx.HIDD have been fixed, and there is allready a version of the cybergraphx.library running. The first version of the x86 native IDE driver has been released. As the trackdisk.device exists now we can start porting the filesystem to AROS.

We are searching for someone to care for the Amiga version of BGUI. (As for BGUI, we would like someone who will keep it alive on Amiga (that is, make sure that our changes don't make BGUI unusable on the Amiga). If you want to help, please contact digulla@aros.org. (unk) (Translation: unk)

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19.Jun.2000
Carsten Schroeder via eMail


AMIGA aktuell international online
AMIGA aktuell International 06/00 is now online. In addition to the latest Amiga news, curent tests of software, and many more there is a workshop on building a network under AmigaOS and Linux included, too. (unk) (Translation: unk)

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19.Jun.2000
Schatztruhe


GlowIcon Collection II Preview
There is a free update for the GlowIcon Collection. It includes 200 new icons. This update features a preview of a possible second release of the GlowIcons Collection, too.

Download: GlowIcons_Update.lha - ca. 1 MB (unk) (Translation: unk)

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19.Jun.2000
Christian Herbst per eMail


#Miggy.De meeting
The +Miggy.De channel is paning a meeting on 07/15/00 in Bremerhaven. All chatters of that channel are hearty wellcome to the meeting! If someone not belonging to that channel wants to attend the meeting, please contact hansapils@businessnet.de

Registrations will be accepted until 07/01/00. Everybody registered will recieve a map describing your way starting from the point where you will leave the Autobahn.

Addition: You can find #miggy.de in the Arc-Net at de.arcnet.vapor.com or uk1.arcnet.vapor.com, as well as e us1.arcnet.vapor.com. (unk) (Translation: unk)

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19.Jun.2000
Czech Amiga News


Amster V0.7
V0.7 of the napster client "Amster" for Amiga computer in now at Aminet for download. Napster is a Community for exchange of MP3 files using a special client which supports features like chatting, searching, download, announcement lists, etc.

Changes since V0.6:
  • Cannel list window
  • Hotlist
  • Improved messenger/chatter
  • More flexible transfer manager
  • Many bugfixes

Among other the Amiga version provides multithreaded downloads with the possibility to set priorities. The software need AmigaOS3.x, MUI 3.8+, and MCC_NList V19.97+.

Download: Amster.lha (428K), readme (unk) (Translation: unk)

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19.Jun.2000
Fun Time World<


PIV-MooVId V1.3
On 06/18/00 V1.3 of the video player "MooVId" was realeased. The player supports the Indeo-Codec from Intel inside the registered version.

Download:
PIV-MooVId.lha (unk) (Translation: unk)

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18.Jun.2000
Richard Kapp at ANF


New Picture viewer ShowGUI
On my website I now have thee first version of ShowGUI available for downloading. ShowGUI also supports external viewers, like MysticView, and Visage. ShowGUI is available at the titlelink and is freeware. (unk) (Translation: unk)

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18.Jun.2000
Amiga Inc.


Amiga Inc. and Software Hut reach agreement
Software Hut is now taking over the distribution of the AmigaSDK, Next Generation Amigas, and the Classic Amiga Products. (unk) (Translation: unk)

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18.Jun.2000
Czech Amiga News


Impressions of Heretic II
Stefan Falke has published on Amiga Extreme his impressions of the Demo version of Heretic II. There are also 4 screengrabs of the game. (unk) (Translation: unk)

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18.Jun.2000
Czech Amiga News


Simple FTP 2.54
Rick Hodger has made on June, 16th version 2.54 of SimpleFTP available for download. It contains bugfixes and a few new features. More concerning that inside the file archive. SimpleFTP is a user-friendly FTP client that uses MUI for the GUI.

Download:
SimpleFTP V2.54 (LHA)
SimpleFTP V2.54 (LZX)
SimpleFTP Speed Graph (unk) (Translation: unk)

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18.Jun.2000
Amiga Inc.


Volker Mohrs "A1200" on Amiga.com
Volker Mohr not only upgraded his A1200, but also gave it a 10.4" TFT-LCD monitor and made his own aluminum case. He presented it in Neuss at the convention and now Amiga Inc. is featuring it. (unk) (Translation: unk)

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18.Jun.2000
Kai Mache via eMai


Only a few days until the - FUN OF COMPUTING NG -
Only a few days until the - FUN OF COMPUTING - begins in Ilmenau/ Thueringen, Germany. The Amiga Zentrum Thueringen invites all computer users to Ilmenau in Thueringen (June, 25-26th) to get infos concerning diverse platformas and operating systems. (unk) (Translation: unk)

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18.Jun.2000
Andreas Falkenhahn via eMail


CD32 Games Install Kit NG v3.7 available
Version 3.7NG of Install Kit is now available at the Airsoft Software website, since the one released yesterday contained a small bug. Many thanks to the users that reported the bug so quickly. There is also a HD patch for Guardian. The new version of the integrated subsystem Install 2001 can now also emulate Joypads (via Keyboard and Joystick). Also, a few new games are supported and older Installers were overworked. Version 3.6 is available for download. (unk) (Translation: unk)

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18.Jun.2000
Oliver Wagner via eMail


AmTelnet 2.4 published
AMTelnet II is an Internet Client to log into a remote computer via telnet and SSH Protocoll. New is the "Client Break" function that improves the interruption of commands that have a long output, such as LS -lR. The Text output has also been optimized.

Download: amtelnet_24.lzx (unk) (Translation: unk)

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