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Playaveli 16 July 2018 19:07

AmigaLive - Play Amiga games online multiplayer
 
http://files.swos.eu/pic/amigalive/eab-banner.png

http://www.amigalive.com

What is AmigaLive?
It's basically a frontend for the netplay function of FS-UAE. Setting up online games is easy as 1,2,3 with it!

Which games can played online?
Pretty much every game that supports 2 or more players! If it's not on the list yet, you can request it to be included.

Where to download it?
Windows: http://www.amigalive.com/downloads/A...e%20Bundle.zip
Mac OSX: http://www.amigalive.com/downloads/A...0Bundle.tar.gz
Linux: http://www.amigalive.com/downloads/A...e%20Bundle.tgz

Does it work cross platform, eg. Win vs. Mac?
YES!

How to use the frontend? Do I need to download any roms?
No additional downloads whatsoever. Everything works automatically!

How is the lag / latency?
For a good online play experience there are currently servers running in:
  • England
  • Germany
  • Italy
  • Bulgaria
  • USA
  • Australia
  • Brazil

Where do I meet other players to play online?
DISCORD: https://discord.gg/r8pZTyV

Is there any tutorial?
Youtube Video
Detailed instructions (if needed, at all)

Overview:

http://files.swos.eu/pic/amigalive/overview.png

Valken 17 July 2018 09:59

Very cool... This would not work with WinUAE I assume?

Playaveli 18 July 2018 01:36

Quote:

Originally Posted by Valken (Post 1254862)
Very cool... This would not work with WinUAE I assume?

No, as WinUAE doesn't offer any kind of netplay functionality / option.
On the other hand, FS-UAE is just better for gaming. You can control the whole emulator interface with a gamepad while playing.

ztronzo 28 October 2018 17:15

Quote:

Originally Posted by Valken (Post 1254862)
Very cool... This would not work with WinUAE I assume?

With WinUAE you can possibly play serial-link games locally on the same PC using the Host and Guest method. Not too many games support the serial-link feature (I assume about 20 or less) and its not really useful with most of the classic multiplayer games.

With AmigaLive you use the classic, 1st and 2nd Joystick port / Parallel Port adapters / Keyboard keys which are all mapped automatically so anyone can connect and play along.
I have also added over 300 multiplayer configurations to be available on www.AmigaLive.com all support 2 or more players :-)


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