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Welcome to the AmigaLive project!

The AmigaLive is an application which utilizes the FS-UAE netplay capabilities, offering the ability for gamers to play classic old Amiga games with other players from around the globe, as if using the same Amiga computer.

FS-UAE is the friendliest Amiga emulator which integrates Amiga emulation code from WinUAE and is available for all major platforms (Windows, Mac OS-X and Linux).

*This project offers an unofficial distribution of the FS-UAE software which may not be up to date, therefore please do not send any bug reports to the developer (Frode Solheim) regarding the AmigaLive.

For instructions on how to use AmigaLive, Click here 
if you have any questions, issues or game suggestions,
please join AmigaLive on Discord or the Facebook group!
I will appreciate the feedback ;-)

Thanks to Frode Solheim (Which is th developer of FS-UAE and JIT coder for WinUAE), everyone who has helped me by testing/playing and a very special thanks to the following people for their contribution and support:

the Guru Meditation team Playaveli AmigaHellas Group Paul Green

The Guru Meditation

With Bill and Anthony

Playaveli  amiga hellas  paul green
Bill and Anthony were the first to congratulate me on this idea and gave me positive thoughts to continue on the project. They made the 1st kickstarter video introducing my project. Thanks guys! :-)
I met Bill on the Commodore Amiga Facebook group.
Philippe is a Sensible Soccer fanatic and knows the demands of casual players, he convinced me that I had to focus on a simplified desktop version instead of a web version in order to attract less techie Amiga gamers.
This gave rise to the AmigaLive we have today.
I met Philippe on the English Amiga Board.
Being a greek myself, I tried to get some interest from the Amiga Hellas website. I found this gang of Amigans and we had a to first play Amiga multiplayer games over the internet with 6 players at the same time. I later on tweaked the script to allow up to 8 players.
I met them on my trip to Greece and they all continue to play and contribute with posts and longplay videos on Youtube and Facebook! Keep up the good gaming guys! :-)
Paul offered me a convenient solution for testing my project under multiple virtual machines running OSX, Linux Ubuntu and Windows XP. This was a great help since my machine was low on RAM and CPU speed.
I met Paul on the Commodore Amiga Facebook group.