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    But you could say the the same about the Amiga in...

    But you could say the the same about the Amiga in general, that it is completely dead end hardware and hasn't really been developed for over 15 years!

    My point being that the Amiga is always going...
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    People got a bit worried when Apple dropped PPC...

    People got a bit worried when Apple dropped PPC processors in their machines because Apple were one of the 3 main companies who own and developed the whole PPC range of processors. But there are...
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    The difference is that ColdFire will allow most...

    The difference is that ColdFire will allow most 68K code to work and therefore allow the majority of Amiga software to run much faster. Great for Workbench 3.9 and below, and great for productivity...
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    I'm still hoping more for the Coldfire Dragon to...

    I'm still hoping more for the Coldfire Dragon to see the light of day. I've pretty much lost interest in the Amiga PPC and OS4 scene due to a lack of any real software development happening for the...
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    Indeed. Will be interesting to see how many I...

    Indeed. Will be interesting to see how many I can run simultaneously. ST emulators don't use many resources and WinUAE only uses around 12% CPU when stressed so I might be able to run more. ...
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    :yesyes::yesyes::yesyes: indeed you have!...

    :yesyes::yesyes::yesyes: indeed you have! :yesyes::yesyes::yesyes:

    And yes, that is exactly what I will be doing. Will be interesting to see what I discover. I will create a new thread once I do...
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    I was actually interested in finding out how well...

    I was actually interested in finding out how well the different Amiga versions of VICE ran. Especially comparing the 68K version against the PPC versions.

    Wizball was definitely a great game,...
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    Have you tried the Amiga version of VICE? ...

    Have you tried the Amiga version of VICE? http://www.viceteam.org/amigaos.html

    There are versions available for OS3, OS4, MorphOS, AROS, WarpOS and WarpUp so some you should be able to get some...
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    The C64 version of Wizball must be using some...

    The C64 version of Wizball must be using some hardware hitting routines to hit the emulation that hard. I will have to load it up in the PC version of Vice to have a play and see why everyone likes...
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    What made it better on the C64 version? I have...

    What made it better on the C64 version? I have to admit to actually owning and completing it on the Atari ST and really enjoyed the game.
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    :lol: Classic statement there from a devoted...

    :lol: Classic statement there from a devoted Amiga user. ;)

    I actually was quite fond of the ST in the late 80's as I owned one from 1987, but as soon as I purchased my first Amiga in 1991 I...
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    I don't any longer, but when I used to use the...

    I don't any longer, but when I used to use the Amiga as my main platform I used to explore and use any and every emulator I could find. I would often buy the latest emulator disk releases from PD...
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