Linked by Thom Holwerda on Fri 28th Sep 2007 20:03 UTC, submitted by AmiKit
Amiga & AROS AmiKit 1.4.0 has been released. AmiKit is a free compilation of more than 300 Amiga programs. It runs under emulation on your Windows system (Linux install guide included). The new version has been graphically improved, is faster and supports dual core CPUs and Vista. For AmiKit to work, you do need Amiga ROMs and the AmigaOS, which can be obtained via AmigaForever, for instance.
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RE[2]: Clone ROMs
by puenktchen on Sun 30th Sep 2007 10:49 UTC in reply to "RE: Clone ROMs"
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2007-07-27

>> Why demand PPC, it was not even the original CPU family in the Amiga line.

> Back in the 90s, it made a lot of sense. For the same reasons that Mac OS went from m68k to PPC. I can't profess to know the technical details. ;)

m68 & ppc are both big-endian architectures, and the many registers of ppc are very usefull for emulation purposes. so ppc was the better alternative, at least until the end of the 90s.

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