Welcome to the Amiga AMOS section. This area of the site contains source code examples of various routines in order to help you learn coding within AMOS. I must admit, I am no AMOS programmer, but I thought this would be a helpful
section for users to be able to download code from various authors and learn from them.|
Maybe you wish to learn how to make your own utilities? or even a game? Here you will find demonstrations of how graphics can be animated, and how the joystick can be read. Hopefully this will inspire you to create some new
material for the Amiga community!
If you wish to read a little more about AMOS, I would recommend the Disk Magazine series called "Totaly Amos". Anne Tucker kindly allowed me to include these on the site, and they are a good AMOS guide. You can
Download the various issues here: Issue #1, Issue #2, Issue #3,
Issue #4, Issue #5, Issue #6. Another free AMOS related
magazine is Amoszine #1 created by Steve Bye and Lee Bamber.
I have sourced these coding examples from various locations, and all of which (to the best of my knowledge) have been released freely to the public domain for study. All the code examples on the site have been tested on
AMOS Professional V1.00 on an Amiga 1200.