A long time ago, when computers still used floppy disks, there was a need to duplicate the contents of these floppies. Amiga X-Copy was one of the most well known disk copying programs for the Commodore Amiga series of computers, with countless users all across the world.
>The very low cost USB floppy emulator from ebay should be able to play some ADF files on my Amiga. Unfortunately these drives was unable to support/emulate the Amiga sectors encoding scheme and couldn’t work on Amiga computers… But now all of this is past…
Coding the the Gotek firmware can now be replaced by an Amiga compatible firmware. This firmware allows to load any ADF file present on the USB key and play it on the Amiga!
>Covert Action is an action and strategy computer game designed by Sid Meier. It was released in 1990 by MicroProse, a publisher of several of Meier’s early games. It was released for DOS and the Amiga.
In Covert Action you are an agent working for the American government: Your job is to eliminate threats from terrorist groups, criminal cartels and other organizations that are bent on making the world a warzone. You are given full authorization to do what you feel is best, so the game can be played from different angles every time.
Floppy Disk Art
>Paintings by London artist Nick Gentry.
Made using floppy disks and other outdated media formats.