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Old 24 October 2018, 00:35   #3
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Thanks for the response, it’s the original copy protection we’re having a little trouble grasping. How did it originally work? If we have original game disks that work on the Amiga, then what is stopping a copy of those files working via an Amiga emulator? Is there any way for the emulator to bypass this protection rather than cracking the game? We’re doing this for both preservation and accessibility, so basically the easiest solution to make playable Amiga games using only the original code (if possible).

As for Kickstart, any idea who the gatekeeper is for Amiga gaming? Our searches bring up Amiga Forever, do they share and license out the kickstart rom? Could an easier solution be to produce an Amiga emulator that bypasses all this? We’re just trying to get an idea before we start contacting directly. Thanks again.
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