An interpreter for Infocom games using "Z-machine". Ported to MorphOS by Rüdiger Hanke.
An enchanced version of Quake World, targetted for networked play. Ported by Mark "bigfoot" Olsen. Archive contains both softrender and HW accelerated version.
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Emulator of ZX Spectrum (48/128/+2/+3) and many of its extended clones.
|0.10.0.1||5 077 kB||utilities|
Automatic generator of HTML image galleries. Lots of configuration options controlling gallery look. Automatic scaling of images. MUI graphical interface. Written by Paweł "Stefkos" Stefański.
Addictive Tetris clone. In this Game blocks are single squares with different colors. The player can exchange two neighbouring blocks. Every three blocks of the same color in horizontal or vertical line vanish and points are added. Requires fast computer (Efika is too slow). Written by Ico Doornekamp, ported by "HAK".
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Tool for measuring gamma coefficient of display devices by Grzegorz Kraszewski. Uses comparative method, no external hardware required.
Galaga style vertical 2D shooter in 256 colors. Written by Benjamin Niemann, ported by Gabriele Greco
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Simple logical game, where player collects gems of the same kind. Author: Bill Kendrick, MorphOS port: Oliver Hummel.
Emulator of Sega Genesis and Megadrive consoles. MUI based user interface. Ported by Kelly Samel.
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A program applying some image processing effects (blur, sharpen, halftone, etc.) and interesting artistic effects (like oil paint, charcoal) on images. As it is written in Hollywood, processing is slow, but the program does its job. Written by Stefano Tamascelli.
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A private system library used in some programs, mainly ones written by Christian "tokai" Rosentreter.
A shell tool dumping EXIF information from JPEG images to the console. Written by Carsten Siegner.
A plugin for KwaKwa instant messenger implementing GaduGadu network protocol. Written by Filip "widelec" Maryjański.
|Ghostown RNO - Metropolice|
2-nd place in Amiga demo competition at Breakpoint 2010. Code: Britelite, graphics: Slayer, 3D graphics: Codi, music: JazzCat.
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Native port of well known PostScript interpreter. Ported by Michał "rzookol" Żukowski.
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An unofficial sequel of "The Great Giana Sisters" platform game. Excellent, oldschool graphics, high playability. Done by R. Boixel, S. Sahaib, J. S. Mumford, A. Oldmeier et al. MorphOS port by Frank Wille.
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A nice, violence free game targetted mainly for children. Cartoon style, good quality graphics and animation. Written by Phil Ruston and Peter Gordon. Ported to MorphOS by Ilkka "Itix" Lehtoranta.
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GIF image manipulation program. May be used to create GIFAnims, decompose anims, compare visual appearance of images. Written by Eddie Kohler, MorphOS port by Fabrizio "Lanch" Bartoloni.
A strategy game, where player creates and develops a small civlilzation competing with others. Written by Mark Harmann, ported to MorphOS by Filip "widelec" Maryjański.
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Arcade and platform game released by Chronic Logic. MorphOS port by Paweł "stefkos" Stefański. Note the game is commercial, the archive contains only MorphOS executable and you have to purchase game data. Note: the game does not work on Efika (memory requirements).