Amiga? Isn't that the Spanish word for Lady?
Yes it is.
It's also an awesome 24-bit computer, made in the 80s and 90s. Which I grew up on. They also outperformed the PC and Mac in graphical and audio abilities. They were used in many film studios due to being cheap and its ease of use with video editing. It also has an operating system that is better than Windows, Linux or OSX.
Screenshots and Videos
Video coming soon, once I get my video recorder and capture card working!
This is a port of Ogre 1.7 to the Amiga computer. It uses the OpenGL StormMesa library, which requires an Amiga 3D graphics card and/or Power PC/680x0 accelerator card with at least 64 megs of RAM. It can run through an emulator like in the screenshot with AmigaForever or UAE, providing you have a legal copy of the Amiga Kickstart to run it with.
It is a first release, and can only do some of the samples, as I'm getting a lot of bugs and problems with the others.
I'm throwing away my PC, and booting up Workbench!
I'll be releasing the source code shortly, but you can get the binaries now.
Available at my Github page here.