This is the GameBase Amiga project. GameBase Amiga is a collection of data and scripts to be used with the GameBase emulator frontend. It allows you to browse games with screenshots and a lot of extra information and run them with the WinUAE Amiga emulator with ideal pre-defined settings for a hassle free playing experience.
Refer to the GameBase Homepage for information on general GameBase features. GameBase Amiga offers the following:
Great care has been taken in choosing the ideal version of each configured game.
Cracked and/or trained versions have been preferred for your convenience (you don't have to enable the trainers of course if you prefer to play fair).
Each configuration has been tested extensively to avoid games crashing halfway while playing.
Screenshots have been created specifically for GameBase Amiga and it has been made sure that they display different parts of each game so you can get a good impression and not just many similar screenshots from the first level of a game.
Note about screenshots: Screenshots are called Pictures in GameBase, Photos are for actual photographs of music artists and not used in GameBase Amiga
Last minute note: If you use WinUAE's quicksave feature with slot 0 (shift+end+numpad0), GameBase Amiga will automatically load your previous game state next time you start the same game. Please note this will only work correctly if you haven't manually saved a state before in the same session.
A WHDLoad registration key to remove the nag screen when WHDLoad starts; Find out how to buy one at the WHDLoad Support Page Again, please do not use pirated WHDLoad keys; WHDLoad is more than worth its low price!
Especially long paths (for Games or Screenshots for example) or possibly paths with special characters might make GameBase crash.
GameBase Amiga v1.1 may report a missing file "Indoor_Sports.png", simply locate the file "indoor_sports_001.png" and rename it to "Indoor_Sports.png".
The filename for the game Rallye Master in the last database (v1.0) is wrong ("Brands Hatch (1988)(Diamond).zip" rather than "Rallye Master.zip"). You can change the entry manually by right clicking the game's name in GameBase and selecting "Game File...", or update to GameBase Amiga v1.1.