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amiga

(æˈmiːɡə; əˈmiːɡə)
n
(Languages) the female form of amigo
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There couldn't have been a better place than Pittsburgh in the 2010s for Warhol's forty disks and assorted Amiga peripherals to be lying around.
Warhol, who was a leading figure in the visual art movement known as pop art, had produced the art in 1985 for the creator of the Amiga computer to aid the launch of the Amiga 1000.
The impetus for the investigation came when Arcangel, a self-described "Warhol fanatic and lifelong computer nerd," learned about Warhol's Amiga experiments from a 1985 Commodore infomercial on YouTube.
Pitting Saxons against Normans in a 100% accurately emulated encounter from the original Amiga version, this is a game for serious nostalgists only, as it suffers hugely from limited strategy elements, ropey graphics and audio.
Some people said that the old Amiga should go in a museum or something," he jokes.
1 -- color) Sally Hayes of Santa Clarita is treated for a hamstring injury by Peter Bracken at La Clinica Amiga in Van Nuys.
June 23-24: Anger -aggression treatment; Vancouver; The Amiga Centre for Professional Development, Inc.
The original wowed Atari and Amiga owners ages ago; now the revamped sequel takes full advantage of advances in technology, blowing away the competition as far as 3-D action adventures are concerned.
You remember when Amiga was a state of the art video game system.
Rendered on an AMIGA 3000 computer, Entre temps et lieu consists of a series of beige-coloured rectangles, squares and circles that are put into interactive motion.
Indeed, the Transmeta chip was supposedly the engine behind Amiga Inc's all-singing, all-dancing multimedia hub, set-top and PC, until Gateway Inc unceremoniously ditched the Amiga hardware plans.
Recent issues have included a comparison of various paint programs for Mac, IBM and Amiga, a review of color printers, and a focus on sculptors using computers for design of their works.