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Mikmod is a module player and library supporting many formats, including mod, s3m, it, and xm. Originally a player for MS-DOS, MikMod has been ported to other platforms, such as Unix, Macintosh, BeOS, and Java(!!)182 weekly downloads
Amberworld is (going to be) an interpreter for the Amiga classic Ambermoon (by Thalion) and games with a similar engine (Dragonflight, Amberstar, Albion). This project needs support, looking for an 680x0 assembler geek.27 weekly downloads
Scout is a tool that allows you to monitor your computer system. It displays many different things -- like tasks, ports, assigns, expansion boards, resident commands, interrupts, etc. -- and you can perform some certain actions on them.6 weekly downloads
Eagleplayer is one of most popular music players available for Amiga computers. It features many visual effects, several players, and trendy user interfaces. Eagleplayer is built up modular, thus loading of external plugins are loaded on demand only.2 weekly downloads
Adebug/Assemble is a pair of Debugger/Assembler for the MC68Xxx family running on Atari and Amiga computers. Years ago commercial product, now GPL.
AmiSSL – OpenSSL wrapper for AmigaOS-based systems
Arkham Development open source softwares
LichtTools simulates a bulb, enabling the user to read books in front of the screen without other light sources available. When used on mobile platforms LichtTools acts as flashlight.
The open source repository for the Professional File System for Amiga.
SRec is a program for recording videos from whatever is happening on your AmigaOS 4.x computer screen (useful for making tutorials, showing off games/programs, etc.). This is a purely software solution so no extra hardware is needed to use it.