Linked by Thom Holwerda on Sat 31st May 2008 05:51 UTC
Amiga & AROS Cloanto has released Amiga Forever 2008, the latest version of their emulation package. Amiga Forever allows you to launch various instances of different AmigaOS versions, as well as various old Amiga games. The operating systems' ROM files are provided on the disk.
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Sounds Good To Me
by Pro-Competition on Sat 31st May 2008 06:15 UTC
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2007-08-20

The new features sound very useful to me. It's nice to see this product steadily moving forward.

I have a previous version, but I am definitely going to upgrade.

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RE: Sounds Good To Me
by WorknMan on Sat 31st May 2008 14:29 in reply to "Sounds Good To Me"
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2005-11-13

The new features sound very useful to me. It's nice to see this product steadily moving forward.


Yeah, especially the professional skin design with familiar "media player" interface and probably the first and only Windows software with custom-shaped glass-enabled skin. Afterall, it's nice to have a user interface I can jerk off to.

Generation iPod strikes again.

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RE[2]: Sounds Good To Me
by Pro-Competition on Sat 31st May 2008 19:49 in reply to "RE: Sounds Good To Me"
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2007-08-20

Yeah, especially the professional skin design with familiar "media player" interface and probably the first and only Windows software with custom-shaped glass-enabled skin. Afterall, it's nice to have a user interface I can jerk off to.


With all due respect, you don't even have to RTFM to see several valuable features. The ones Thom highlighted in the article summary are the very useful.

The ability to save and restart the state of a session is really good. Undo of disk writes could also be useful. The actual article says they have also included more software, and added support for running directly from compressed images.

Generation iPod strikes again.


FWIW, I am an old-school, die-hard Amigan (A1000 - 1986), and I don't own an iPod. Like you, I couldn't care less what the skin of the player looks like. But I greatly appreciate the real features they have added.

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