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Mark Wilson via eMail - Domain Problems might be not accessible under the used domain during next days. The reason why is the change of the domain register station.

These days you can use the following alternative URL's:

It is not determined by now how long the change will take. (unk) (Translation: (unk)

[News message: 25. Jan. 2001, 22:01] [Comments: 0]
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Individual Computers

Individual Computers News
MiamiDX lisences arrived, Lyra under production

From now on the X-Surf ethernet / MiamiDX bundle again is available form all of the trading partners. Who already owns a X-Surf card can purchase MiamiDX at a special price by presenting his/her bill - simple ordering by e-mail. At the time being MiamiDX is the only possibility to use T-DSL (German Telekom) with the Amiga and wasn't available from German vendors for a long time.

The keyboard adapter Lyra is now under production. The first adapters in versions for A2000, A3000, and A4000 will be available from all of the trading partners in the first week of February. The Eternity company already verified Lyra to be the only adapter that supports simultaneous pressing of several keys. This allows playing games also with a PC-keyboard connected to the Amiga. (unk) (Translation: (unk)

[News message: 25. Jan. 2001, 21:37] [Comments: 0]
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CD32-Allianz on ANF

CD32/CDTV User List Published
Kindly supported by Henning Schlautmann recently the first own CD32/CDTV user list has been published at the CD32-Corner.

Now I would like to ask users owning a CD32/CDTV or being interested in this to enlist. You can enlist online. (unk) (Translation: (unk)

[News message: 25. Jan. 2001, 20:55] [Comments: 0]
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Patrick Beerhorst on ANF

GlowIcons Update V1.5
From now on the update of the MiniGlowicons v1.5 can be downloaded from our homepage. Since last version about 90 icons for start-bars supporting icon.library v44.x were added.

The archive now overall contains short to 430 icons. Note: The identical archive for WB2000 user with all of the new IFF pictures will be available from our homepage from January, 27th. Icons missing? Do you have suggestions or icons which should be converted to the mini-format? Write to info@synotec-newmedia. (unk) (Translation: (unk)

[News message: 25. Jan. 2001, 20:55] [Comments: 0]
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Richard de Rivaz on ANF

INET DIAL v3.838 Update
INET DIAL v3.838 now includes support for OS3.9 Genesis TCP/IP stack as well as remote email retrieval. INET DIAL is an integrated Internet and remote computer connection facility which handles 'dial-in' and 'dial-out' connections.

Genesis is provided with a simple installation facility. INET DIAL now includes support for reading e-mails remotely which had been previously automatically downloaded by INET DIAL to your home base computer.

Download: inet_dial.lha (unk) (Translation: (unk)

[News message: 25. Jan. 2001, 11:17] [Comments: 0]
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Dietmar Eilert

Distributed BASIC
Distributed BASIC is a BASIC-Interpreter released in form of a shared library. A beta version is available for download. More details under the title link.

Download: basic.lha - 234 kB (unk) (Translation: (unk)

[News message: 25. Jan. 2001, 11:17] [Comments: 0]
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Tales of Tamar News
Development of the e-mail strategy game constantly precedes. As for Tales fo Tamar the players send their moves in form of e-mails via the Internet to the Eternity server. This method allows turns from tow to three days and thus a more dense game atmosphere. Additionally a sort of online chat will support the feeling of togetherness. The players can directly log-in there and chat with other users or players.

On 01-19.2001 the chronic of the year 60 were added and today a corrected version of the German FAQ was put online. (unk) (Translation: (unk)

[News message: 25. Jan. 2001, 11:17] [Comments: 0]
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Fun Time World

SoftCinema Version 0.11 Released
Version 0.11 of SoftCinema is available for download for registered users. The following changes and enhancements were done for the movie- and animation player:
  • QuicktimeVR Bugfix.
  • New AVI Codec: DIVX.
  • New QT Codec: 3ivX (will not work until the 3ivX codec has been released, which should happen in a few days).
  • Some problems with displaying of HAM8 fixed.
  • Some problems with AVI color palette handling fixed.
  • For option 'GRAY' now a FULLSCREEN is taken, to utilize 8bpp screen
  • Other smaller changes for codecs speed enhancement regarding.
Download: SoftCinema.lha - 400 kB (unk) (Translation: (unk)

[News message: 25. Jan. 2001, 10:42] [Comments: 0]
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New MUI-class: ImageDB.mcc
All new MUI-classes are collected and registered at TUMULT. Yesterday, Bodmer Stephan has registered his new MUI-class 'ImageDB.mcc'. With the help of it images can be loaded into databases using guigfx.library. Further details. Besides this there is an update of the GLArea.mcc-class (v0.9).

Download page (unk) (Translation: (unk)

[News message: 24. Jan. 2001, 20:27] [Comments: 0]
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Blittersoft Website with New Design
The website of Blittersoft was completely re-designed. There is a seperate Amiga sector in the shop. (unk) (Translation: (unk)

[News message: 24. Jan. 2001, 20:11] [Comments: 0]
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Fun Time World

AmigaOne Website at Eyetech
You can find the new AmigaOne website of Eyetech under the title link which contains information to the boards developed by Eyetech. (unk) (Translation: (unk)

[News message: 24. Jan. 2001, 20:11] [Comments: 0]
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Amiga Impact

muFS patch V45.10 beta
You can find a patch (betaversion 45.10) by Etienne Vogt for the multi-user-filesystem 'muFS' under AmigaOS 3.5 and higher under the title link. Please read the readme for further details.

Download: muFS4510p.lha (unk) (Translation: (unk)

[News message: 24. Jan. 2001, 19:21] [Comments: 0]
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AmigActive goes Active Media
The English Amiga magazine 'AmigActive' has created a new online area called "Active Media". This area will inform you about an outstanding selection of DVDs, CD-ROMs, books and other multimedia publications and it is possible to buy them online. Besides this in "Active Media" there is an area in which you can read former reviews. (unk) (Translation: (unk)

[News message: 24. Jan. 2001, 19:05] [Comments: 0]
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Nightlong Review from AmigArt
In the clickBOOM portal you can also find a 68k 1.2 beta version which is to solve the RTG-Master problem. Registered users can download it there. (unk) (Translation: (unk)

[News message: 24. Jan. 2001, 19:05] [Comments: 0]
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Xandiy on ANF News is looking for at least one sponsor in order to be able to double the bonus for written opinion and to increase the incentive for the readers. Interested parties may please mail to

Meanwhile the offer of assessments has increased to about 70 products/websites/dealers. (unk) (Translation: (unk)

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New Graphics Board Information
You can find new information about current graphics boards on the website of CyberGraphX.

Among others it is reported there that G3/G4 Power PC-cards (Shark), which has been announced by Elbox for this January, will not be released before late March/early April. Elbox decided to re-designing the cards in order to make them AmigaDE compatible. (unk) (Translation: (unk)

[News message: 24. Jan. 2001, 19:05] [Comments: 0]
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Andreas Kürzinger via eMail

Homepage of Andreas Kuerzinger Online
Andreas Kuerzinger wrote:
"Currently only the "About me" and the Amiga-sites work (in German as well as in English) but the rest will follow soon.

Among other things you can download my projects like AKIconz, AKBackPix, AKTaskiSMS, some German catalogs for several programs and something more (ScreenTab-images, WB-Screenshots, etc.) from the Amiga-sites." (unk) (Translation: (unk)

[News message: 24. Jan. 2001, 17:14] [Comments: 0]
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24.Jan.2001 Now in Japanese, Too
From now on the messages which are relevant for Japan in will be translated into Japanese by AmigaNut which is a Japanese Amiga dealer.

Thank you very much AmigaNut. (unk) (Translation: (unk)

[News message: 24. Jan. 2001, 17:09] [Comments: 0]
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Newtek Germany on ANF

AURA 2 for TVPaint User
Currently there is a special offer for former Amiga user of TVPaint. The original of Aura (PC) formerly was TVPaint. More than 10.000 pieces has been sold of TVPaint in Europe (Amiga, Windows, SGI). All TVPaint user can update to "AURA 2 for TVPaint user" to a special price.

Requirement: TVPaint serial number
This offer is valid till 31st of March 2001. (unk) (Translation: (unk)

[News message: 24. Jan. 2001, 11:56] [Comments: 0]
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Christoph Meier on ANF

Heise: Corel Will Keep Linux Branch as Seperate Company
Following two extracts from the Heise article:
«Except of the new Linux strategy the already for a long time announced company strategy of Corel contains no big surprises.


It remains Linux. Corel will not abandon the Linux business as speculated in the last weeks. They still want to offer a complete Linux solution to the customers. To do so Corel intends to outsource the Linux distribution into a seperate company, but to continue to work on Linux versions of WordPerfect Office Suite and CorelDRAW themselves. But there is nothing about .NET for Linux.» (unk) (Translation: (unk)

[News message: 24. Jan. 2001, 11:38] [Comments: 0]
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Andreas Falkenhahn via eMail

New Details about the CD32 Games Install Kit v4.0 NG
Due to great demand here a more detailed list of what has changed in Install Kit v4.0:
  • Install2001 supports RTG graphic mode for owner of graphics boards.
  • There are both, a Gadtools and a MUI interface for the Install Kit.
  • Many new games can be installed / emulated.
  • Install2001 uses almost a half less memory, which especially enhances compatibility.
  • Both interfaces were completely made over and now are much more user-friendly.
  • There are more settings possible.
  • CD-ROM support was enhanced substantially.
  • The build-in emulator now supports more CD32 specific stuff.
Moreover of course there are many other enhancements as well as bugfixes done. The CD32 Games Install Kit v4.0 is exclusively available on the 'The Best Of Airsoft Softwair Gold Edition' CD-ROM, which can be ordered from me. (unk) (Translation: (unk)

[News message: 23. Jan. 2001, 21:57] [Comments: 0]
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Olaf Koebnik

Amiga Arena News
Amiga Arena - UAC Design Bonus!
"The Hunting Games" by Frank Abbing ready for download. There are the following games:

'Plakat schiessen', which works similar to the Moorhuhn game principle, cause one should shoot as much signboards as possible within one minute, but of course not the hunters!

In the case of 'Scheiben drehen' you shoot on plates until all of them face into the same direction. A plate hit will always do one quarter rotation more than the others. Who will make the best time?

Amiga Arena - UAC Design Updates! There are several updates online for games Frank Abbing from UAC Design made available to the Amiga Arena. The quiz game Awaking AGA/ECS is now there as executable version. The game can be played directly from harddisk, no longer .adf format. Risiko v1.7 is now there as the freeware version. (unk) (Translation: (unk)

[News message: 23. Jan. 2001, 20:43] [Comments: 0]
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Timo Kloss via eMail

Inutilis News about Ermentrud
Ermentrud is a new adventure game under development at Inutilis. More information and screenshots are to find under the title link.

Timo Kloss, programmer of the game, wrote:
'Ermentrud (Amiga)' accidently now has got an interactive 'dialog system' using the common multiple choice method. Since also the inventory system is finished the next demo version will almost (almost (almost (...))) show a completed engine, already. Unfortunately this demo doesn't exist for now, but arguably will do somewhere down the road....

Originally we would have liked to already take the 'tavern scenes of the movie' last weekend, but we didn't....
This weekend (or even the following Mon/Tue) we are to proceed, really! (unk) (Translation: (unk)

[News message: 23. Jan. 2001, 20:26] [Comments: 0]
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Fun Time World

SimpleMail Homepage Moved
The website of the new e-mail program SimpleMail by Sebastian Bauer and Hynek Schlawack was completely made over and is now accessible under (unk) (Translation: (unk)

[News message: 23. Jan. 2001, 20:02] [Comments: 0]
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Alfred Sturm

New Aminet Uploads
TProspEd.lha         biz/demo    84K+V1.3.0 Form Editor For TurboFat (ITALIAN
TProspEd2.lha        biz/demo    81K+V2.0.1alpha Form Editor For TurboFat2 (I
ddup-3.0.1.lha       comm/net    21K+Dynamic DNS service client
ddup-3.0.1_src.lha   comm/net    31K+Dynamic DNS service client
hserv.lha            comm/tcp   286K+Hserv ARexx HTTP/1.1 c.c. server
rxsocket.lha         comm/tcp   139K+Rxsocket.library - TCP/IP ARexx library
Cookie_Killer.lha    comm/www    16K+AWeb cookie management (v1.1)
streamer.lha         comm/www    43K+Internet radio - Shoutcast player
A_SweeperSrc.lha     dev/basic   24K+Source for AGA Workbench MineSweeper V1.
DTView.lha           dev/e        3K+Simple MultiView clone (incl.source)
AmigaInfo.lha        docs/hyper 334K+ITALIAN ONLY Amiga Mags Gennaio 2000
amigazette_03.lha    docs/mags  254K+AMIGAzette 3rd iusse (26.12.1999) (itali
amigazette_04.lha    docs/mags  133K+AMIGAzette 4th iusse (23.02.2000) (itali
amigazette_05.lha    docs/mags  285K+AMIGAzette 5th iusse (080.05.2000) (ital
ascene12.lha         docs/mags  1.0M+AmigaScene 0x12 - 11/99 (
JumpingAround.lha    game/demo  277K+JumpNRun demo game, working in progress
Tintin.lha           game/role  356K+Tintin++ MUD Client, v1.84
TinyFugue.lha        game/role  350K+TinyFugue MUD Client, v4.0s1
skulpt_060.lha       gfx/3d     1.0M+Sculpt3D clone (68060 + Warp3D)
skulpt_doc.lha       gfx/3d     604K+Sculpt3D clone Documentation (68k + Warp
skulpt_loc.lha       gfx/3d      20K+Sculpt3D clone (68060 + Warp3D)
skulpt_scn.lha       gfx/3d     1.5M+Sculpt3D clone (68060 + Warp3D)
skulpt_src.lha       gfx/3d     227K+Sculpt3D clone sources (68k / PPC + Warp
imaged.lha           gfx/misc   136K+Add your own description to images ! (v2
vPNG.lha             gfx/show    10K+Fast 68k PNG pictures viewer
TestGear3.lha        hard/hack  262K+Simple test equipment projects, Disk 3.
ASpEmu.lha           misc/emu   136K+V0.78 48K/128K/+2 Spectrum emulator.
ASpEmu_NOROM.lha     misc/emu    75K+V0.78 48K/128K/+2 Spectrum emulator.
imdbDiff010112.lha   misc/imdb  2.4M+Diffs for the Internet MovieDatabase
3PMGUI.lha           mus/play   161K+Skinnable MPEGA GUI-ideal for low CPUs!
ccalcskins.lha       pix/back   184K+6 skins for coolcalc
jonty.jpg            pix/irc    277K+JPEG of JoNty (JoNty-) from #AmigaIRC DA
TrooperFighte2.jpg   pix/trace   40K+Trooper Fighter at Starship Trooper
WiederUnterwe2.jpg   pix/trace   69K+Starship Enterprise-E in Space
BlssdWstlnd.lha      pix/wfm     99K+Blessed Wasteland Art & Lit.
OFS041.jpg           pix/wfm    461K+What Hubble might see in Fractal Space
ThBoundsfLv.lha      pix/wfm    110K+The Bounds of Love Art & Lit.
Zoom.lha             util/app    63K+The "do everything" appicon (FREEWARE)
LatinMap.lha         util/cdity  20K+Special Character Input (FREEWARE)
Easyconvert.lha      util/conv   23K+Easy Convert - converts miles - km, etc.
vPNGdt.lha           util/dtype  10K+Fast 68k PNG datatype
Calculator.lha       util/misc   28K+Fully functional scientific calculator
WriteKickDisk.lha    util/misc   11K+Makes Kickstart disk from ROM image
ral3p7.lha           util/rexx   60K+RexxArpLib.library - open up some OS fun
ral3p7all.lha        util/rexx  398K+RexxArpLib.library - open up some OS fun
rxmui.lha            util/rexx  384K+RxMUI - MUI GUIs in ARexx macros
Easyreset.lha        util/wb     12K+EasyReset - system reset utility
mainprefs.lha        util/wb     66K+OS 3.5,3.9 Preferences GUI
RxTD.lha             util/wb     32K+V1.2, WB 3.9 ToolsDaemon prefs converter
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'Big Book Of Hardware' Updated
'Big Book Of Hardware' is a really extended hardware reference website. Here you can find a whole lot of information about almost any Amiga hardware. Yesterday many sections of the website were updated. (unk) (Translation: (unk)

[News message: 23. Jan. 2001, 14:34] [Comments: 0]
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DOpus Support Page

New DirOpus4 Beta Version 4.15f by Jacek Rzeuski
Jacek Rzeuski is working on DOpus4 again and has made available for download a new beta version 4.15f of DirOpus4 on his website.

DirOpus is a file manager programmed by Jonathan Potter and Greg Perry from GP Software. In 1999 the source code of the program was released under GNU Public License rules. Jacek Rzeuski then started to revise and enhance the program.

Due to lack of time Jacek then wasn't able to work on it that intensive anymore, and Paul Huxham published new beta versions. Now Paul decided not to cooperate with Jacek in the running project, but has started his own DirOpus4 project. Paul's homepage is to find here.

DOpus4beta.lzx - (unk) (Translation: (unk)

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The Spirit of AMIGA

Quake Deathmatch by "The Spirit of AMIGA"
On Friday 26th, 2001, 'The Spirit of AMIGA' will organize their first Quake deathmatch. This match will take place on an official server to see how the response will be. 'The Spirit of AMIGA' wants to bring together AMIGA online players and possibly later on to found a clan and/or open an own server. Everybody who would like to participate is heartily welcome to this match. No special software is needed for this server. Details on how and when you will find under the title link (German website). (unk) (Translation: (unk)

[News message: 23. Jan. 2001, 03:54] [Comments: 0]
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Christoph Dietz

Interview with Bill McEwen
Christoph Dietz did an extended interview with Bill McEwen, president and CEO of AMIGA, Inc:

Bill McEwen
Bill McEwen

Amiga-News: In your latest Executive Update you announce that the CES (Consumer Electronics Show) would be a great fun for the Amiga community. But how would this be a great fun if Amiga Inc. is not a exhibitor there?

Bill McEwen: We were there. We had two companies showing Amiga enabled devices at the show. These meetings were private, but we were there :-)

Amiga-News: Can you tell us details about this devices and the companies behind?

Bill McEwen: No. We are under NDA with each of them. Announcements will follow soon.

Amiga-News: In an interview with Corinna Cohn you told the community that Amiga Inc. is low on money and our readers are now wondering if this means that Amiga Inc. is closing down. So why are you low on money?

Bill McEwen: We are far from closing down. It takes money to run this business, and we planned to raise money in summer of last year. Our timing was off, and the market had a big downturn. As of the time of the discussion we had not secured more funding.

Amiga-News: So I can assume that there is no financial shortness anymore?

Bill McEwen: We will continue to watch every dime very carefully, this is not a market to be crazy with your money.

Amiga-News: Can you tell us the names of Amiga Inc.'s investors?

Bill McEwen: The "Invisible Hand Corporation, LLC", and "Net Ventures, BV".

Amiga-News: What do these investors expect from Amiga?

Bill McEwen: To make money.

Amiga-News: They are not interested in the Amiga products to use in their own products?

Bill McEwen: They are investors not OEM's.

Amiga-News: Is going public an option for Amiga Inc.? Can we expect to buy stock options in the near future?

Bill McEwen: Public offering is not possible at this time. But you can expect to have opportunities to invest in the future with Amiga.

Amiga-News: Francis Charig told me (as published on that the AmigaDE will be ready in the first half of this year. Are you agreeing with this?

Bill McEwen: Yes. This is the plan.

Amiga-News: How and then (more exact) will AmigaDE hit the marked?

Bill McEwen: Initially in some OEM hardware platforms, and then it will get more functionality and be out in other hardware with software following.

Amiga-News: According to MeterNet they are only waiting for AmigaDE to release their Set-Top box. When do they get AmigaDE and will this version be the same as planned for release in the OEM hardware?

Bill McEwen: Yes, the initial release is for this type of hardware OEM.

Amiga-News: Also Francis spoke about memory protection and why TAO is not planning to implement MP into the operating system. But you already announced that Amiga Inc. is going to implement MP into AmigaDE. Is this plan up to date?

Bill McEwen: Tao is not, and they never were going to. This is consistent to what we have said since the beginning. Amiga is handling the MP. So the plan is the same that we have said since the beginning.

Amiga-News: Can we expect MP to be in the first versions of AmigaDE?

Bill McEwen: No, not in the first version. It has been planned for later.

Amiga-News: Why do you think MP is needed?

Bill McEwen: I personally think that this is better suited for the desktop and server market.

Amiga-News: What can AmigaDE developers expect to be added into the next SDK update?

Bill McEwen: Sound, 3d, and numerous other new tools and enhancements.

Amiga-News: When can they expect the next update?

Bill McEwen: Targeted for end of February - middle of March.

Amiga-News: More than 15.000 copies of SDK are sold. How many developers are registered? And how many of them are contributing software?

Bill McEwen: A little over 2,000 busy working.

Amiga-News: This means that at least 13.000 people only bought the SDK to support Amiga Inc. with some money or for to add the SDK to their treasury?

Bill McEwen: You asked how many are registered. We have thousands who are working and have not registered.

Amiga-News: Do you know a reason why they didn't register?

Bill McEwen: No. It is really up to them. We have also located two sites that have created SDK's that are pirated. I believe that we have shut them down now, but we know that several copies were downloaded before we stopped them.

Amiga-News: Which is the most amazing software contributed right now?

Bill McEwen: There are so many, I do not know where to begin. I would encourage people to look at the developer section of the web site to see many of the titles that are being worked on.

Amiga-News: While the "World of Amiga 2000" in Cologne Fleecy announced that about 1.5 Mio units of AmigaDE are already sold. What is the market and when will the AmigaDE based products show up?

Bill McEwen: Products will begin showing up in March of this year.

Amiga-News: A press release from Thendic Electronic Components just crossed the wire that tells that "in September 2001 Thendric will release a modified Handheld-PC for the consumer market under the label 'Amiga(TM)'." Are they only licensing the Name "Amiga"? Or will they use AmigaDE?

Bill McEwen: There is only ONE owner of the Amiga name and Trademarks, Amiga Inc. We own the worldwide exclusive rights to all of the Amiga properties, that were once in the hands of Gateway. Thendic has licensed AmigaDE for their devices. We were not supposed to say anything for another month, but since they have announced, then it is true they are one of many new licensors of AmigaDE.

Amiga-News: And are there other products?

Bill McEwen: Several in the works and all over the office.

Amiga-News: How many copies of AmigaOS3.9 are sold? How close are we to an PPC-Version of AmigaOS 4.0?

Bill McEwen: OS 3.9 I do not know right now. We had several thousand out by before Christmas, and I have not seen the reports of the sales since that time. We should have some numbers up on the site soon. As far as meeting the sales requirements for the OS 4.0 PPC version, we are not even close. We are still evaluating the market need for this product, and I hope that we can show that there is a true market and business for 4.0, and even other versions in the future.

Amiga-News: When can we expect that the decision is made?

Bill McEwen: Working on it now.

Amiga-News: What are the improvements in the classic AmigaOS to legitimate the version jump to 4.x?

Bill McEwen: Once the decision has been made, then you will see a targeted feature list and then we will all know.

Amiga-News: Do you know about the status of development at Eyetech and bPlan?

Bill McEwen: I have been focused on other funding issues, and Fleecy has been working more closely with these developments.

Amiga-News: Will the AmigaOne be available in Q3/2001?

Bill McEwen: That is the plan.

Amiga-News: How can the Amiga community support Amiga Inc. at best?

Bill McEwen: The best way to directly help is the purchase of SDK's and other products. And the more people creating product for Amiga the better. We have recently received several new games for AmigaDE and they are great. It is really encouraging to see all of the development efforts underway, and the more people that we have developing the better.

Amiga-News: Are these games only converted from other platforms or are they completely new? Are they cutting edge in graphics, sound and idea?

Bill McEwen: All of the above.

Amiga-News: Bill, thank you for this interview!

Contact Information Amiga Inc.

World Headquarter
34935 SE Douglas Street
Suite 210
Snoqualmie, WA 98065 (USA)
Phone +1-425-396-5660
Fax. +1-425-396-5671

WWW: Amiga Inc. (unk) (Translation: (unk)

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