Amiga: Vampire II for the Amiga 600 in action

Amiga 600
With the Vampire V2, your A600 will be much faster than an Amiga 4000 with 040 CPU.

Hi everyone,

Just watched a couple of new videos of the Vampire II board in action. πŸ™‚ One is showing Foundation, a strategy game, and the other is showing Payback, a game similar to GTA. Enjoy!

The games are running in high resolution for the Amiga… 640×480! Most games used to run in 320×256. πŸ™‚

8 comments

  1. I just installed my Vampire II last night. Got it right on the first try. Awesome performance! I simplified the installation procedure and will shoot video of how I did it for new users.

  2. Looks like I spoke too soon. The Vampire II has crippled my CF drive that I’ve been booting from and now I can’t boot from a floppy drive either despite new 3.1 ROM. All I get is the Vampire II logo displayed on my Dell 2001 fp monitor A600 is now unusable!

  3. Never heard of it, but I’m losing interest fast on this project, and have more important things to work on so I think I’ll just dump it on ebay as a bad idea, and cut my losses!

  4. How do you get “Foundation” onto an Amiga 600 when it’s on a CD? I’m running it on my Dell Optiplex using Amiga Forever 2016 and it’s blazing fast. Runs perfectly and makes the A600 redundant!

  5. Hmmmmm, it’s Feb. 11th and I’ve still got no answer to my last question after getting a 24 hour response to my first. What is this, an exclusive club?

    • Hi there! There are many ways you can get such a game onto an Amiga 600. You can use a memory card in a PCMCIA memory card reader, a CD-ROM drive etc. πŸ™‚ Have a good evening!

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