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Created by: walkero
Comicami is a light comic reader for the Amiga OS 4. It is able to read the .cbr and .cbz comic book formats. It is designed to be simple in usage and as fast as possible, without consuming too much memory from your system.
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JAmiga2 is an implementation of a Java Virtual Machine for the Amiga and Amiga related operating systems. It is a continuation of the original JAmiga project.
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