Warning!I no longer check and update this page on
a regular basis. Some of the links are probably broken.
I use symbols to indicate things to look out for before you
connect to another site. There is a
You can select to go to my AMOS
A web ring with lost more AMOS users, and more up to date than
Home grown Amos games.
(URL was: http://atomicrevs.home.ml.org)
Games, utilities, demos.
Sources, games, requests for help with AMOS projects, a
little info on AMOS.
Pages concerning the Amos programming language. New and
improved. These pages will even make your coffee.
URL was: http://www.mushy-pd.demon.co.uk/
Games under development.
Owner of F1 Licenceware. The only(?) official distributor
of Amos Pro Compiler (which is also the update to Amos Pro
5th Dimension Licenceware/Saddletramps PD
A public domain library.
(URL was: http://www.ware5d.demon.co.uk/)
Other AMOS resources
The AMOS Development Group
These folks have started the task of bugfixing, updateing en
The Amos Discussion List
To subscribe to this list do the following:
Read up on one or more of the Amos Discussion List archives.
Read the FAQ (which is enclosed with the archives) and
follow the subscription instructions enclosed in it. It
would be prudent to read the more recent archives
first, as they are most likely to contain the correct
There is also a newsgroup for discussion of the AMOS
The Amos directory
Aminet is the largest collection of freely distributable
files in the world. (1997) It has got a directory
especially dedicated to AMOS. Amongst others, you can find
most of the transcripts of messages to the Amos Discussion List here. These message
archives also contain the Amos Frequently Asked Questions
Francois Lionet's company Clickteam released the source code to
both AMOS and STOS. It can be downloaded from their website.
homepage of this site.
Links to services.
Links to product groups.
These are the original publishers of the entire Amos range.
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