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Podcast Episode #63 - The Retro Hour with Dan Wood and Ravi Abbott

Dan Wood and Ravi Abbott host the amazingly popular Retro Hour Podcast, as well as having awesome YouTube channels of their own. AJ and Joerg talk to them about how they do it, keeping retro fresh, and we trade some fun podcasting stories. (Interview starts at 24:50)

Posted by AJ on Apr 08, 2019 // Read more »


Podcast Episode #60 - The Guru Meditation!

Bill Winters and Anthony Becker are, together, the creative force behind The Guru Meditation, one of the Amiga scene's most beloved and visible institutions. AJ and Joerg sit down with them for a wide-ranging conversation about the modern Amiga scene and how they produce their brilliant content. (Interview begins @ 24:00)

Posted by AJ on Mar 03, 2019 // Read more »


Podcast Episode #57:Andras Kaptas - Hungarian C64+Amiga Gaming Scene

Martin Ahman and Joerg talk to Andras Kaptas from the insert-coin.hu Association about the Hungarian C64 and Amiga Gaming Scene and how it came to be behind the iron curtain and how it envolved into creation of independand full price games for these machines long after their lifetimes. Also we talk about preserving the Hungarian videogame culture with him and a lot of other things! The interview starts 17 minutes into the podcast

Posted by Nafcom on Nov 14, 2018 // Read more »


Podcast Episode #50 - 50th Episode Extravaganza with Lars Sobiraj!

Lars Sobiraj is a freelance journalist, member of the Amiga scene as Ghandy, and editor for Tarnkappe.info and fomer editor of the Hugi diskmag and the news / underground portal gulli.com. He is also the first guest to ever be on the Scene World Podcast, all the way back in 2014. AJ and Joerg welcome Lars back to catch up with him on this special 50th episode!

Posted by AJ on Aug 15, 2018 // Read more »


Welcome to the first Scene World on Amiga! - Scene World #28 - Amiga

Thanks to our fine members Six and Altraz, we finally have it here, the Amiga version of SWO#28!

Posted by Nafcom on Aug 10, 2018 // Read more »


Video interview with Mike Clarke

Mike Clarke is a famous composer who former worked for Psygnosis. Among his most known works are the musics for Last Ninja 2 on the Amiga or e.g. Lemmings 2 on the SNES. He speaks about his experience of doing "a little bit of everything" as a composer, coder, manager, etc from the C64 throughout the Amiga, SNES, etc.

Posted by Nafcom on Jul 28, 2018 // Read more »


Podcast Episode #35 - Reshoot R with Richard Loewenstein and Altraz

Richard Loewenstein and Altraz are currently working on Reshoot R, the follow-up to Richard's 2016 game, Reshoot, for the Amiga. AJ and Joerg talk to them about developing for the Amiga, and the challenges they face in bringing new games to the market.

Posted by AJ on Jul 25, 2017 // Read more »


Podcast Episode #34 - The Bolo Museum's Yves Bolognini

Yves Bolognini is the founder of the Bolo Museum in Lausanne, Switzerland. They’re working to preserve and display the history of computers, and they need your help! AJ and Joerg talk to Yves about this unique collection, and about the largely unknown Swiss influence on computing history.

Posted by AJ on May 27, 2017 // Read more »


The May 2016 Commodore Alumni Meeting in the slow donkey restaurant.

On June, 25th, I was invited to the secret meeting of former Commodore employees from Commodore Germany and Austria. In a restaurant in Frankfurt  Germany called “slow donkey”.

I have been invited by Andre Kudra of the MEGA project (which we had interviewed in our podcast in February.

It was a real nice location and restaurant and about 40 former Commodore employees attended.

The…

Posted by Nafcom on Jul 03, 2016 // Read more »


Video Interview with David Pleasance

Due to massive delays and the new issue of Scene World Magazine being out very soon, we couldn't pack the transcription in , but decided to release our interview with former Commodore UK employee David John Pleasance nevertheless!

Posted by Nafcom on Apr 25, 2016 // Read more »