I wish I had these sorts of resources back in the 90's...After some tweets back and forth with a few cool people, I have been shown further resources on the internet for learning about assembler for the Amiga. I just wanted to share with you a cool YouTube channel Jonas pointed out to me that has several tutorials for Amiga assembler.
If I could embed a whole YouTube channel I would, but here's a link to the channel itself by ScoopexUs: http://www.youtube.com/user/ScoopexUs?feature=g-high-cen
My time at the moment is so limited I haven't had a chance to view all the videos, but I can see there are 9 Amiga programming tutorials, as well as some demo scene stuff. Check out the channel or here's a couple of snippets...
It starts off really simple with this:
and continues to get more in depth up to this:
Thank you to ScoopexUs for the awesome tutorials, I really hope there are more to come, and thanks to Jonas for pointing these videos out to me, as well as proper reference books.
OK SO... I need to continue being a sponge and learn about the Amiga hardware and soon hopefully I will be able to put together my first proper experience.
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