Converts different formats of 8-bit Atari music to WAVE files. Shell based command. Written by Piotr Fusik, MorphOS port by Fabrizio "Lanch" Bartoloni.
A logical game with some ideas from Portal game by Valve Corp. ASCIIpOrtal has twodimensional view like a platform game, and the whole graphics is done with text, so it looks a bit blocky. Of course the player can make hyperspace tunnels in the playfield using the handheld portal device. Written by Joe Larson, nice sound by Steve Fenton. Ported to MorphOS by "HAK".
|1.2a||10 433 kB||games|
Prints ASCII table to the console with code range and mode (decimal, hex, octal, binary, characters) given as arguments. Written by Rupert Hausberger.
A demo version of a "trivia" quiz, where player has to choose answers for multiple questions. Demo contains 80 questions. Available languages are English and French, partially Italian, Spanish, German, Swedish, Polish and Portugese. Game distributed by Boing Attitude.
|2.4.0||18 955 kB||games|
Emulator of 8-bit Atari computers (Atari 800, 800XL, 65XE, 130XE and 5200) with many extensions like 1 MB or RAM, stereo sound and more. Ported by Jakub "skrzyp" Skrzypnik.
A console tool putting any audio file recognizable by Reggae into a selected unit of the system clipboard. Source code included. Written by Grzegorz Kraszewski.
Reader for autodoc files by Marian Guc, autodoc database manager, MUI based. Advanced search. Clipboard support.
Shell based tool converting bitmap images into vector ones in SVG format. Written by Martin Weber, ported by Matthias "DJBase" Münch.
HTTP/FTP download accelerator using multiple connections and/or multiple sources. Written by Wilmer van der Gaast, ported to MorphOS by Nicholas Otley.
A backup and recovery utility with optional MUI graphical interface. Uses XPK libraries for compression. Supports backup to files or SCSI devices. Features incremental backups, comparing backup with original files. Written by Flavio Stanchina.
Logical game of guessing numbers. Written in Hollywood by KeHo Software.
|1.0||1 624 kB||games|
A shell tool printing any (short) text in a console using big letters composed of "#" characters. Supports only US-ASCII characters. Source code included. Written by Kenneth J. Pronovici, ported by Matthias "DJBase" Münch.
Bantumi is an example of old African "sowing" games, where players get stones from a pit and distribute them over following pits. Written by Martin Storsjö, MorphOS port by Stefan Haubenthal.
Point and click, war themed game. Eliminate as many soldiers, jeeps and tanks, as you can. Written by Michael Speck, ported by Fabrizio Bartoloni.
Emulator of 68k Macintosh computers (Mac Classic and Mac II family). Written by Sebastian Bauer and Ilkka "itix" Lehtoranta. Features MUI based launcher GUI.
Vertical scrolling shoot'em up released by Seal Of Action. As it is 1989 Amiga game remake, the graphics is nice, but low resolution. The archive contains a playable demo version of the game.
|1.0||9 265 kB||games|
Converts CD image in bin/cue format into ISO image(s) or *.cdr native audio tracks. Written by Heikki Hannikainen, ported by Carsten Siegner.
3D enchanced GoldenAxe clone. You have to just walk to the right and make a good use of your sword. Game released by Zimtech, ported by "SixK".
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Two pages flyer (in PDF format) with the most important news related to MorphOS in January and February 2014. Released by WArMUp.
Three pages flyer (in PDF format) with the most important news related to MorphOS in March and April 2014. Released by WArMUp.