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Posted By: Targhan. on 2003/8/9 6:38:02
The wait is over! MorphOS version 1.4 is now available via the normal FTP server.

Is anything else necissary to say? Go yonder good people and download!
Posted By: Targhan. on 2003/8/7 2:19:41
TrileroMOS, a version of the classic real life game "Trilero" is being recreated for MorphOS. Here is the first public demo. Enjoy.
Posted By: Targhan. on 2003/8/3 18:06:38
The Butterfly Vale is back online! The Butterfly Vale is a great place for MorphOS software like a sound datatype, cdda library, alphassist drivers, game engines (frotz, inform, magnetic), and more.

NEW: ScummVM 0.5.0 released. See the Updated ScummVM information page on The Butterfly Vale (The PlayGround Section).
Posted By: Targhan. on 2003/8/3 7:38:05
There has been a compile of YAM 2.5 (beta) for MorphOS. You can find it from this LINK.

*Note: It looks like you need to have previously installed YAM to use the MorphOS version.
Posted By: FALCON1. on 2003/7/23 22:59:25
Posted By: Targhan. on 2003/7/12 19:56:37
Genesi today proudly informed that Scalos, the Amiga Desktop Replacement, will be ported to MorphOS. To learn more about Scalos and its unique features please visit the official Scalos homepage using the title link.

MorphZone: WooHoo!

Source and more info:
Posted By: Targhan. on 2003/7/6 20:14:30
Rafal Kaczmarczyk released new BETA version of database program XBaze.

XBaze is available at


MorphZone Note: Since the release of XBaze 7.3b8, XBaze works correctly on MorphOS. XBaze appears to be a very flexable database system, so if you have been looking for a database...
Posted By: Targhan. on 2003/7/5 6:48:26
After a long delay, the promised updates to all the Warp picture datatypes for 68k, WarpOS and MorphOS are finally here. To accompany the new release is the brand new WarpDT portal at where you can keep up to date with the latest versions of the WarpDTs and download them all in one easy place.

Source: Amiga.Org
Posted By: Targhan. on 2003/7/1 19:10:23
Dave Fisher has finished his works on a completly updated and expanded IBrowse-documentation.

The new documentation breaks down into 25 chapters, that, from the installation over the usage of the program, tips and tricks to basic knowledge covers everything worth knowing about IBrowse and the internet.

The archive containing the documentation is 1,37 MB in size and is freely available in the IOSPIRIT download section.

Posted By: Targhan. on 2003/6/29 5:42:55
The Amiga's best Shoutcast streamer has been updated: AmiNetRadio 2.0 is now available for download at!