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Title: New articles on Obligement
Post by: Daff on March 01, 2021, 03:13:37 PM
The following articles have been added to the website of the french Amiga magazine Obligement ( during the last two months:

- January/February 2021 news.
- Old articles from Joystick 16 to 18: News: rebirth of Activision, Interview with Philippe Agripnidis, Review of Bard's Tale 3: Thief Of Fate, Review of Cohort: Fighting For Rome, News: full fire on Virgin Games, Interview with Richard Joseph, Review of Cybercon 3, Review of Quest For Glory 2: Trial By Fire, Interview with Frédéric Raynal and Frank Girolami, Review of The Secret Of Monkey Island, Review of Cadaver: The Pay Off, Review of F-15 Strike Eagle 2, etc.
- Interview with Éric Luczyszyn (Amiga Impact).
- Interview with Perry Kivolowitz (ASDG).
- Interview with Kim Lemon (Lemon Amiga).
- Review of Boxx and Boxx 2.
- Review of AOrganiser 1.2.
- Hardware: KingSpec Industrial Disk On Module IDE 4 Go.
- File: Amiga Games List (update).
- Tutorial: How to program a game in assembler (1st part).
- En pratique : Exploitation of a relational database with SQLite on MorphOS.
- En pratique : MorphOS Shell commands.
- Special quizz about the year 2020 on Amiga.

Rendez-vous on for this nice reading.
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Title: Re: New articles on Obligement
Post by: kamelito on March 01, 2021, 04:46:22 PM
Great read as usual.
In the interview the project manager of In the Dark which I guess became Alone in the Dark said that they were working on the PC version first then later will deliver and Atari ST and Amiga version! Stunning! We all know that it never happened I wonder why…
Title: Re: New articles on Obligement
Post by: kamelito on March 02, 2021, 12:49:58 PM
Even if it is a French magazine who have it’s roots from Amiga News printed magazine you can translate to any language supported by Google inside the site. It is one of the most complete available in the Amiga land IMO.
Title: Re: New articles on Obligement
Post by: Pat the Cat on March 02, 2021, 11:36:57 PM
The Perry Kivolowitz interview explained a lot to me about where ASDG for their 24 bit graphics that led into MorphPlus and beyond.

I never worked that out, having the 3rd desktop color scanner in America had a lot to do with it. Great software Morph Plus.

I like to think of it as a mostly software graphics card with minimum needed hardware needed.