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Posted: Fri Mar 09, 2007 1:38 am
by Mr Angry
For those that are unaware, GamebaseAMY died long ago (I think Runey's HD died?). Since then, there have been 2 alternatives to Amiga frontend's:
- Lemonade - Kim Lemon's custom made frontend. It looks nice, but is limited and buggy (at times).
- GBAmiga - This is what GamebaseAMY should have been!

GBAmiga is available from . The official support forums are at . It's fairly active and is well supported (Belgarath, the creator, posts on EAB frequently). It uses the Gamebase frontend and contains screenshots, boxscans, music, hints/tips/walkthroughs and instructions for certain games. Not only does it support ADF files (preconfigured with the best possible configurations!) but also supports IPF files (which are basically the Amiga disks with all protection intact), and soon WHDLoad installed games! (which basically means no more disk swapping or manual protections, etc. You can run your HD installed Amiga games with just 1 click!).

So for those of you still waiting for GamebaseAMY to be updated, you should look at GBAmiga. GamebaseAMY is presumably dead (I'm fairly sure Runey said this....I think he said he wanted to move onto a Gamebase for Amiga demos? I really can't remember). GBAmiga has been around since christmas 2005 and has come from strength to strength. Switch to it! :)

Posted: Mon May 21, 2007 11:54 am
by Belgarath
GameBase Amiga v1.4 released, now with WHDLoad support.
Grab it from

Any chance of....

Posted: Tue Sep 18, 2007 2:43 pm
either an updated Gemus.dat for 1.4.3 winuae....
Or.... the text to add to the current gemus.dat


GameBase Amiga v1.4.3

Posted: Wed Oct 03, 2007 4:46 pm
by Boulder
Here's the ed2k link for the whole GameBase Amiga v1.4.3 package (no SPS or WHDLoad) minus the database etc. stuff that you'll get when you install GBAmiga v1.4.3


Posted: Wed Nov 09, 2011 3:20 pm
by hardmanm
Is gamebase Amiga now a dead project?

Posted: Wed Nov 09, 2011 4:06 pm
by Boulder
It would seem so. I think the author had some family issues at some point :(

As you are a master of GB projects (at least by looking at the amount your releases that I have downloaded at UG), did I read something between the lines?

Posted: Thu Nov 10, 2011 11:53 pm
by dax
Yeah, GB Amiga stopped at v1.6. Too bad :?
Boulder: exactly, harsh times to Belgarath
and I think the same (between lines ;))

Posted: Fri Nov 11, 2011 12:12 am
by hardmanm
Sorry but i'm too busy with Atari800 and Speccymania updates to do it. Would be good for someone else to take up the role.