Amiga Future

Author: AndreasM
The MorphOS development team is proud to announce the release of the MorphOS Software Development Kit 3.14 (April 2020).

This release is our biggest update yet and offers countless improvements in our compilers, includes, libnix, GeekGadget environment, tools and ixemul.library. We've updated GCC 8 and 9 to their latest versions. Binutils, cmake and git, among others, were also updated. The full list of changes may be found in the SDK.readme file included in the distribution.

Our new SDK requires MorphOS 3.13 and about 2 GB of free disk space and can be found in our files section. As usual, a separate source package is available for download as well.
04/23/2020 - Latest Amiga News

Game previews: New videos of "Boss Machine" and "Dread"

Amiga Future

Author: AndreasM
An updated WarpJPEG datatype is now available for download from and also via AmiUpdate or Aminet with the following improvements:

- Further 10% speed increase when using AltiVec (OS4 and MorphOS).
- 5-10% faster on 68k and MorphOS, and 2% faster on WarpOS.
- Merged in changes from IJG jpeglib v9d.
- Minor optimizations and improvements.
- MorphOS and WarpOS versions recompiled with VBCC 0.9g.
- OS4 version and MorphOS AltiVec code recompiled with GCC 8.1.0.
- All benchmarks recomputed after the repair of my A1200, with
SCSI2SD replacing my SCSI HDD and disabling all debug tools.
- Updated Spanish installer.
04/22/2020 - Latest Amiga News

Jump'n Run for kids: Little Princess 1 and 2 based on "Solid Gold"
04/21/2020 - Latest Amiga News

Spanish Interview: Israel Ortuño (

Amiga Future

Author: AndreasM
In my previous blog update I wrote about the growing threat of the COVID-19 virus. I followed this with the contagion update in my Soapbox article which will appear in the next edition of Amiga Future magazine. Since writing both updates there has been an exponential growth in the spread of Covid-19, so much so that I'm writing this blog in week 3 of New Zealand's total country wide four week lockdown. Although the number of Covid-19 cases is still quite low in New Zealand at 1440 (confirmed and probable cases) and twelve Covid-19 related deaths at the time of writing, the county has gone into total hibernation with all non-essential businesses, restaurants, schools and even takeaways closed down.