Top Rated Websites
Talent's home on the World Wide Web. The site hasn't been updated for many years, but you can still find some interesting information concerning the group.
The Amiga Games Database is a review site. Using very basic HTML pages it contains a large directory of Amiga game reviews for you to read though and enjoy. Reviews have been written by the site owners, and also via submission from Amiga fans. All are plain text pages containing detailed reviews of each game.
The homepage of The Gathering, one of the largest computer parties in the world.
Here's a short description taken from the official website:
"The Gathering (or "TG" for short) has been arranged since 1992 and has always been a hub for young creative people to battle it out in many types of competitions; demo-coding, music, graphics, animation, game and hardware-modification, to name a few."
The Green Amiga Alien Guide website contains a series of guides designed for the beginner on: How to Install, Setup & Use Winuae, Install workbench with all the extras. Plus General guides such as: How to capture video using 'Output Properties' in WinUAE. Also you will find some information about a few of the Amiga Workbench distributions available.
Sadly, the creator of this site passed away recently. And others now continue to host and maintain this site in his memory.
The Legacy is a multi-platform database which includes Amiga games.
TheLegacy is a nostalgic game museum. 22296 games from 1971 'till today, offering a broad variety of extensive informations about a lot of games. This includes e.g. a cover, screenshots, music samples, game facts, notes, hints + cheats and reviews.
TOSEC (The Old School Emulation Center) is a project dedicated to create complete databases of software for each computer system. Each database is stored in a .dat file which can then be used by a ROM manager to arrange, sort, rename... etc a users own ROM collection.
TOSEC dat files are great to obtain a near to complete list of all known software for a given platform. This is perfect for collectors as they can run their software collection through a ROM manager to check their files are named correctly, pass crc checks, and to see if they are missing anything in their collection.
toseciso.org CD Dumping Project, and is an off shoot of the main TOSEC project.
As the nam suggests TOSECISO concentrates on optical CD/DVD media archiving, and leaves the main TOSEC project to catalogue floppy disk and other media formats from old systems.
The TOSECISO project creates dat files in the same way as TOSEC, which can be used in ROM Managers such as ClrMamePro to check your ISO images for crc checks, naming conventions etc... The project's dat files include as much information about the original discs as possible, including serial number, data track size, audio track information etc... This is achieved by each disc's data track being extracted into a bin/cue file using CDRWin, and then the Audio tracks ripped using EAC. The information is then collected from the ripped disc files using ClrMamePro.
Total Amiga was one of the last printed Amiga magazines to survive.
Produced and published in the UK by Amiga enthusiasts, the magazine finally closed in 2007 when the editor/publisher decided to step down from his role.
The website still contains lots of interesting information about the magazine and all issues of Total Amiga can be downloaded in PDF format for free from the site.
Visit Traktor's homepage for their releases, news, and memberlist. This site is frequently updated.
Triumph Software is a Norwegian Amiga group that has been producing quality utilities, demos, intros and animations for at least 12 years.