AMOS is Copyright (c) 1992 Europress Software, Copyright (c) 2020 Francois Lionet
To celebrate AMOS as a whole, I did my first “AMOS Month” in October 2021, Many more will come as I have got quite a lot of AMOS-Created games to show you, and some are so Brilliantly made, you think they are Commercial Games
AMOS Professional was released under the MIT LICENSE so is now available to download below, and will remain as a separate download to the Games Collection
My aim is to (hopefully!) get everyone coding again, and maybe encourage new people to get coding as well, perhaps you think a Game should have had an Amiga release, now is your time to shine and “make-it-so!” (Thanks Picard!)
Amiga Boing would also like to offer to Review and Feature your AMOS-Created Content here on this Blog, so please do get in touch if you are making a Public Domain or Shareware Game *OR* If you have plans to Sell It, please make a Demo/Shareware/Cut-Down Version and I could even feature that and any links to the Full Version download via your own website/link – Contact me via the Contact Page
I will always respect the “Your Code Your Rules” so if you send me something to Review/Look At – I would also like to know:
Is it for “my eyes only” (ie. you do not want it distributed / reviewed etc)
Do you want me to Review it and Distribute it (Source or Compiled) to everyone on the Games Collection and RP9 images?
Optional: A Document file stating PD/SW/Demo etc and/or showing how the Game/Demo works?
NOTE: If you downloaded this prior to 2021-09-27, it has now been changed to “Folders” method, Dont worry, It still works exactly as before, although you may need to copy your Source from the HDF to the New Location, Instructions are included inside the archive on how to do this
Last Updated: 2021-12-25 – Updated WinUAE to Version 220.127.116.11
Includes AMOS Professional and WinUAE, a Full Standalone Download
PLEASE NOTE: You need to provide Amiga Kickstart 3.1 ROM file, (More Details Here) – If you have Amiga Forever, Please use the included batch file included to copy it over
Additionally if you want to learn more about François Lionet and AMOS, He was Interviewed by RMC The Cave here: