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Websites related to Amiga

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Database
(General)

Thanks to many contributors, it can become to provide further complete information including "Conversion".
English Amiga Board is the most famous forum related Amiga.
Database
(General)

You can vote a score, comment and review toward both of commercial titles and recent freeware.
It is also worthy to see "Worst games" ranking because you can find crappy games you've not known yet !
Database
(Freeware)

It shows what PD games' disks (freeware) had been released (e.g. "Assassins", "PD Soft" series).
So you should search for a name of title there before you download PD disk image from other websites.
Database
(Freeware)

It archives Assassins PD disk #1~250 and some recent freeware.
In the past you could see contents of "Assassins CD" / "Now Games" series (Internet Archive).
Basis

A beginners' guide for Workbench.
Language is Japanese only, however, it would be so useful for Japanese retro gamers.
Basis

A tutorial of Amiga DOS commands (including usages).
Some famous commands must be need for even beginners. Learn them !
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commercial games

It archives commercial games getting permissions to uploading freely.
It also uploads ADF version of freeware. You don't have to create your own ADF version if the title has already uploaded.
To download
commercial games

It archives commercial games getting permissions to uploading freely.
You can see some titles which information is not available at even HOL.
To download
commercial games

It archives many games which had been distributed as cover CD of "Amiga Future" magazines once.
There are also Germany PD disks. But you must register if you want to download iso files.
It also sells "APC&TCP" games (digital download version or physical boxed version).
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commercial games

It archives many Polish commercial games getting permissions to uploading freely.
Now those titles are nearly impossible to find physical version. So we appreciate it.
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commercial games

It archives all games created by Thalion officially. Even now physical version of those game are expensive at eBay.
Thus we can easily see how Thalion games are loved by Amiga gamers.
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commercial games


He is an author of "Enemy" series, famous difficult games designed for Amiga.
Now he has a plan showing his old title such as "Locomotion" and "Mad Locs".
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freeware

Aminet archives tons of freeware. If you are interested in a specific freeware, search for it there first.
To boot the game, you will also need library files which should be copied to "libs" folder.
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freeware


If the game is obviously freeware and isn't uploaded anywhere, just search for it there.
If you download commercial titles which are not permitted to distribute freely, it would become illegal.
To download
freeware

More than 20000 ADFs are uploaded (TOSEC). If the game is obviously freeware and isn't uploaded anywhere,
just search for it there. If you download commercial titles which are not permitted to distribute freely, it would become illegal.
To download
freeware

She held a creating xmas games competition 2009 / 2010. Her website archives all entries including some games
which are not uploaded in aminet. Last comp "AmiGameJAM 2016" is there.
To download
WHDLoad slaves

When you come across some commercial games which are uncompatible with 020 system,
try to boot the game using WHDLoad. To use it, download a specific installing program first.

Amiga CD

We must use this tool when we create a CD formatted as "Amiga CD".
When you come across some freeware which are bigger than 880KB, try it.
Gloom MOD

A tutorial for creating new maps for "Gloom" which is the most exciting FPS title.
It was written by Czeslaw Mnich. He was my master when I started "Gloom MOD".
He added a new tutorial to create total conversions of "Gloom".

Websites related to ZX Spectrum:

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It is very famous website which has database and forum related to ZX Spectrum.
You can download freeware and many commercial games which has allowed to be distribute freely.
If you download a title which you cannot find a source about permission, it would become illegal.
If you search information of freeware since 2013, log in and search at forum.

Have you heard words such as "Symbol Shift key" and "Break key" ?
There is a keyboard layout which is useful for beginners.

Visit Spectrum Utilities page to download some useful tools such as "Tap Slice", "TZXtoTAP" and SPConv.
You can also download some minor emulator for Amiga. Visit
Loading Scheme page to learn protection schemes.

Peter McGavin's website. He released "Spectrum Emulator v1.7" which allows you to load the game directly
from audio port of Analogic FDD. So we can enjoy physical unprotected tape on CD32 console + FDD.

Before you decode your physical tape, you should learn basis about decoding and format of sound files.
Language is Japanese only. For Japanese retro gamers.

"MakeTZX" can convert 8bit monaural wave sound to TZX file.
You must use this utility if you want to decode protected cassette tape.

A Spanish group which has released games for ZX Spectrum.
In recent years, they are also developing games for console such as Mega Drive.

A Spanish group which has released games for ZX Spectrum and MSX.
Both of free downloadable version and inexpensive physical version are available.
He is a creator of "Yumiko in the haunted Mansion", which was cute game released in 2012.
You can see his other good stuff related to ZX Spectrum.
Oleg Origin's website. It archives his fantastic freeware including "Metal Man Reloaded" which won
the first place in Russian competition 2014. In 2016, he also released a FPS game for 48K !!

There are many maps of ZX Spectrum games. If you search for maps of recent homebrew games,
just visit there. It is because WOS doesn't update temporally.

A famous Russian forum related to ZX Spectrum. Russian language only.
After you find russian superb demo and games, search for details there.

Websites related to freeware designed for consoles:

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Description
General
Freeware archives and news (link to the dev page) for retro consoles,
such as GBA, NES, SNES, and more.
It's the best website when you seek new free games for consoles.
General
Freeware archives for GBA, NES and more.
GBA
Freeware archives for GBA.
GBA
Freeware archives for GBA.
GBA
A bunch of threads about freeware for GBA.
Some titles doesn't show download link, though.
NES
A seller of NES/SNES homebrew cartridges.
Its "8bit Xmas"/"16bit Xmas" series are free downloadable.
SMS
The general database of Sega Master System (SMS).
It also archives freeware created for SMS.
SMS
It archives freeware for SMS and GBC its administrator has created.
For example, "Ultima III" for SMS. Unfortunately mostly WIP state.
PCE
It archives freeware for PC-Engine its administrator has created.
In addition, tons of stuff related to retro games are there.
PCE
A seller of homebrew PCE card.
It also archives freeware for PCE and MSX.
Colecovision
It archives freeware for Colecovision.
SNES, etc
It archives freeware its administrator has created. (e.g. "Christmas Craze" )
He is originally famous as a musician for ZX Spectrum software.
SNES
He released "Jet Pilot Rising", snes freeware which was presented for Xmas 2013.
He is a Germany and seems to live in Japan.
Mega Drive
It archives freeware its administrator has created.
He also uploads a manual for modding MD hardware(s).
Mega Drive
It archives freeware its administrator has created.
He also uploads a tutorial for "SGDK", which was useful for homebrew MD game.
Mega Drive
He's a copyright holder of "Zero Tolerance" & "Beyond Zero Tolerance".
He also uploads their ROM files.
Mega Drive
It archives some useful utilities for Zero Tolerance" & "Beyond Zero Tolerance",
such as the map editor and the monster editor.
He also uploads a compiler for custom ROM files.
Mega Drive
On this thread it archives MD version of "Wolfenstein 3D",
which has created by “gasega68k”. ( Forum of "SpritesMind.Net")
Mega Drive
It archives freeware its administrator has created. "The Chaos Layer" is the one.
He also uploads "Motorola 68000 Beginner’s Tutorial".
Vectrex
He's an author of Vectrex version of "Thrust".
He also uploads its ROM file and its exclusive overlay.
Vectrex
He had been developed homebrew games for Vectrex. "Gravitrex" was the biggest one.
He also sells their physical copies. Now another website (external link) sells them.
Vectrex
It uploads lots of stuff for Vectrex homebrew games
including their Easter eggs. Easter eggs seems to be physical version exclusive,
so don't miss out after you bought them.

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It uploads many articles related to games released for foreign retro consoles / computers.
Language is Japanese only, however, those articles are so useful for Japanese retro gamers.

It links to many Japanese websites related to strategy / solution of commercial games.
It also keeps URLs of websites which had closed, so you can read them using Internet Archive.


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