It all started 20 years ago...
On my Amiga 1200 with Blizzard 1240/40
The journey has continued on WinUAE, though
Today, it's come full circle
Back to where it all started. The Amiga.
The package contains over 400 classic apps & games
including DualPNG icons, TrueType Fonts, Transparency, FullHD 32-bit color depth
and 1650+ MIPS on Amiga with Raspberry Pi 4
We've pre-installed and pre-configured everything.
For instance, you can manage your files using:
Toolbar Icons & Actions
Name vs Icon View
Copy, Cut, Paste
And much more...
AmiKit includes Text to Image app, DeepL translator
and even ChatGPT
AmiFox & Tube
Browse any website and watch YouTube videos!
Control the look, feel and features
of your AmiKit with ease
User-friendly interface allowing you to
Browse internet, send emails or chat
Display thumbnails and edit pictures
Listen to MP3s, modules or streams
Create and extract various archives
Enjoy visual & system enhancers
Check files/archives for viruses
Read PDF & other documents
Monitor system processes
Use FTP servers
My favorite feature is to double-click anywhere on the desktop
to bring up a window of all available devices
Amiga 1200 with PiStorm32-lite & Raspberry Pi 4B (1GB+ RAM)
or CM4 or at least RPi3; with heatsinks + ideally a cooling fan
Amiga 500/600/2000 with PiStorm & Raspberry Pi 3A+ or 3B+
or Zero2W; with heatsinks + ideally a cooling fan
YOU WILL ALSO NEED
FullHD 1920x1080 monitor (or at least HD 1360x768) for RTG desktop
+ second Amiga monitor for 15kHz native modes like PAL/NTSC
(or just one monitor with multiple inputs or a suitable video upscaler allowing 15kHz modes on modern monitors)
Amiga internet connection provided by
1. AmigaOS 3.2 ADF files from the AmigaOS 3.2 CD,
including the Hotfix 18.104.22.168 archive from Hyperion website
2. Picasso96.lha archive from Aminet (version 2.0)
It's an RTG graphics driver for high resolution modes.
Full Roadshow archive for stable internet.
(otherwise a 15-minute demo version is included)
Additional Kickstart ROMs
For playing the games installed by WHDLoad.
For details check our QUICK GUIDE
(it also includes install instructions and tips & tricks)
Big Thanks to
Philipp Lonke, Michal Schulz, Lemaru, Flype, Artur Jarosik, Clyde, Retro-Ready and Alinea Computer for their huge support!
Without you, the PiStorm edition of AmiKit would not have been what it is!
All trademarks are the property of their respective owners. All software packages are freely downloadable and/or included with permission.
For more information please refer to credits.