Tag Archives: Amiga

Getting into Amiga – The Big Twist!

What’s a good story without an unexpected twist? After already deciding to go the FPGA route and even placing orders for a MIST and everything I’d need for it (a power supply, some SD cards, and a dedicated USB keyboard and mouse, mainly) a thread about Amiga emulation I’d previously started on Zer0net resulted in… Read More »

Getting into Amiga – Choices

Introductions out of the way, this whole adventure started in earnest when I saw a post of a local retro computer Facebook group. One of the members was parting with his upgraded Amiga 1200. It looked to be in great condition and included most of the standard upgrades, such as a CompactFlash card-based hard drive,… Read More »

Getting into Amiga – Introduction

Let’s start this story, well, at the very start… The earliest experience I can recall relating to a personal computer was looking over the shoulder of a childhood friend whose dad had an elaborate Commodore 64 setup, complete with multiple disk drives, a dot matrix printer, and hordes of floppy disks. Shortly thereafter, possibly talked… Read More »