A.D.A. Amiga Demoscene Archive: On the Amiga Demoscene Archive, you will find some of the best demos and intros released on the Amiga.
A314: The A314 is an expansion board for the Amiga 500 that goes in the trapdoor expansion slot. A Raspberry Pi (RPi) is attached to the A314, and the A500 and the RPi can communicate through a shared memory. We have constructed a communication protocol through which associated processes on each platform (Amiga and RPi) can allocate logical channels, carried over one physical SPI channel. The protocol is handled by a driver on each side (a314.device on the Amiga and a314d on the RPi). The drivers are responsible for alerting receiving processes of incoming data via an interrupt.
Amiga 1000 Phoenix Revival Page: This page is dedicated to Phoenix Microtechnology and all persons involved in research and realization of the Phoenix Motherboards.
Amiga 1000 Webseite (DEU): Willkommen auf meiner Amiga 1000 Webseite! An dieser Webseite bastele ich immer weiter, schaut also öfters mal rein, denn es wird immer wieder was Neues geben. Hier möchte ich euch alles rund um den Kultcomputer Amiga 1000 näher bringen.
Amiga-Digital-Video: Add pixel-perfect HDMI output to the Amiga machines. For all Amiga versions that have a socketed DIP Denise chip, a rather small adapter board can be used to extract the digital video signal (12 bit) to a 40-pin connector compatible with the Raspberry Pi Zero. This can then be used with the RGBtoHDMI software to produce a perfect HDMI picture with very low latency (a few milliseconds at most).
Amiga FAQ: Below you find a list of frequently asked questions. It should especially be for new users but perhaps experienced users may find something too.
Amiga Future: Amiga Future is the specialised magazine concerning the Amiga. It offers the very latest news about the Amiga-Scene! It is supplied as a printed full colour magazine, with an optional CD. Older issues can still be bought as a collection of magazines as PDFs in high resolution, and are supplied on a Archive-DVD. Some sold-out printed magazines are available to view for FREE as individual images of pages on the website.
Amiga Hardware Database: A data collection about the Amiga computer and its expansions.
Amiga News.it: Tutte le novità dal mondo Amiga.
Amiga-1200: This project is a new Amiga 1200 board done from the schematics. The intent is to fit in a standard A1200 case. The RAM has been moved to a separate board. Also, the Video codec is on a separate board.
amiga-news.de (DEU): Amiga-News auf den Punkt gebracht.
Amiga PCB Explorer: The Amiga PCB Explorer is a browser application that was designed to assist people in various aspects of Amiga mainboard repairs.
Amiga Technical Resource: For schematics, connector pinouts and tips to assist with Amiga computer repairs.
amigawiki: AMIGA … my girlfriend! This exclamation has awakened countless memories and emotions for 30 years until today. It's no coincidence that the Spanish word 'Amiga' means 'the girlfriend'. This wiki tries to capture the 'Spirit of Amiga' and make it accessible to everyone.
Aminet: Aminet is a set of interconnected WWW and FTP servers hosting freely distributable Amiga software. Established in 1992, Aminet belongs to the Internet's oldest software repositories, the total size of the archive has recently crossed the 50 GB barrier.
Apollo Accelerators: Apollo Accelerators is an Amiga Classic accelerator board product line. It uses the Apollo core which is a code compatible Motorola M68K processor but is 3 to 4 time faster than the fastest 68060 at time. It also brings Amiga Classic near to Amiga NG by bringing digital video with millions of colours.
Arduino Amiga Floppy Disk Reader/Writer: My Aim: To create a simple, cheap and open source way to recover and rewrite data from and to an Amiga DD floppy disk from within Windows 10. My Solution: An Arduino sketch + a Windows application (which can be ported to other O/S) that actually works!
Big Book of Amiga Hardware: The Big Book of Amiga Hardware is probably the largest online Amiga Hardware reference in the world, thanks to the help of many of the site's readers. If you're looking for information on that exclusive piece of hardware, wonder what amazing expansions were actually made for the amiga, or need drivers for that second-hand kit you've just bought, then you've come to the right place.
Cracktros: Welcome to definitive AMIGA Cracktro page on the internet. Here you'll find the ultimate collection of AMIGA Cracktros and Trainers.
DiagROM: DiagROM is a diagnostic tool for the amiga computers. And it is to be used on defective machines, trying to help no-boot situations etc. You simply replace the Kickstart roms in the Amiga with the DiagROM. and when poweron. your Amiga will start a diagnostic software. It will try to dump info on the serialport (and actual menus etc aswell) while also trying on the screen. One important thing is that the software relies on as little hardware as possible. so no timers, no IRQ etc. so you can start up the machine on a very broke machine and from that test different things. and hopefully help finding hardwareissues.
Lemon Amiga: You've just come to a warmhearted place all dedicated to the Amiga computer. We bring the classic days back into the spotlight by providing a forum as well as a library stuffed with games.
OPEN AMIGA SAMPLER: Open source schematics, parts lists and documentation for building a generic 8bit/mono Amiga sampler cartridge.
OpenAmiga500FastRamExpansion: OpenAmiga500FastRamExpansion is an Open Hardware 4/8 MB Fast RAM Expansion for the Commodore Amiga 500 Computer.
OpenAmiga600FastRamExpansion: OpenAmiga600FastRamExpansion is an Open Hardware 4 MB Fast RAM Expansion for the Commodore Amiga 600 Computer.
OpenAmiga600RamExpansion: OpenAmiga600RamExpansion is an Open Hardware 1 MB Chip RAM Expansion for the Commodore Amiga 600 Computer with optional Real Time Clock.
OpenAmigaVideoHybrid: OpenAmigaVideoHybrid is an Open Hardware implementation of the Video Hybrid integrated circuit used in some Commodore Amiga computers (Commodore Part No. 390229-0x).
PiStorm: The PiStorm itself is an adapter board intended to be paired with a Raspberry Pi Model 3A+. It goes in the DIP socket on and acts in place of the CPU, but functionality can be extended beyond simple CPU emulation. While the PiStorm should work with any DIP socket 16-bit 68000-powered system, the FC lines are currently not properly handled and no guarantees can be made for it working on anything except an Amiga 500, 500+ and 2000. General Performance with the current use of Musashi as the 68k CPU emulator is somewhere around a 70-80 MHz 68030.
The Amiga 1000 Parceiro: The Parceiro (sounds like par-say-ro) attaches to the side expansion port of the Amiga and is about the size of a harmonica that’s been run over by a steam roller as it’s only about 1/3 of an inch thick. It provides the following features: 8MB of Autoconfig Fast RAM. It is a single 8MB of SRAM versus DRAM, so it really and truly is indeed fast with zero wait states - Coin-cell battery backed Real Time Clock (RTC), which comes with its own clock software that gets put into your startup sequence - SD Card Reader with 2GB MicroSD. It comes pre-formatted with the FAT32 file system and is readable on any PC as a result. This way you can quickly set up your new SD-based hard drive. It’s worth mentioning that this is running on period correct Amiga OS 1.3, too.
ZoomFloppy: ZoomFloppy brings Commodore disk archival into the 21st Century, bridging the gap between the both the IEEE-488 and IEC-based disk intelligent Commodore™ disk drive line and contemporary personal computers. Taking up the baton from the ever-popular X*-1541 line of parallel port interfaces, ZoomFloppy provides complete functionality for newer machines running multitasking and multi-user operating systems and those systems lacking the legacy parallel port upon which the X*-1541 interfaces depend.