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Tokyo 42 review: the slick assassination puzzle that's cripplingly difficult
With nods to Bladerunner and an isometric design that harks back to Amiga games, this could be great fun if the campaign mode wasn’t so tricky Attempt eight … cross bridge and stab guard with back turned. Immediate right and slice ninja waiting by exterior lift. Leap on lift and ride to roof, (...)
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Amiga X5000: an alternate universe where the Amiga never died
Ars reviews the Amiga X5000, and concludes: The X5000 is different. It feels like an exotic car: expensive, beautifully engineered, and unique. If you bought one, you'd be one of a proud few, a collector and enthusiast. It practically begs for you to dig in and tinker with the internals - the (...)

Crash course: Amiga assembly programming
Tuomas Järvensivu and Harri Salokorpi: The 30th anniversary of Amiga inspired me to dig into Amiga programming. Back in Amiga's golden era (late '80s and early '90s) I never had the chance to try this out since despite my relentless whining my parents wouldn't get me one. Luckily later when I (...)
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