Amiberry, the Amiga emulator for the Raspberry Pi series of SBC’s, has been updated to v5.6.1.

The following changes and improvments have been made since the last update.


  • Hardfile properties were always set to default
  • cycle exact was incorrect enabled sometimes
  • Fix foreign disk image support when drive is standard Amiga 3.5″ DD
  • hsync events should be before misc events
  • fixed uaegfx board parameters
  • uaegfx board name is UAE, not uaegfx.card
  • Fix helptext formatting in CPU panel
  • use double-quotes to denote inches in GUI
  • when using –autoload with a filename in the current path, Amiberry would crash
  • fix build errors with GCC 13.1
  • savestate cmd line option would not use filename
  • second controller buttons would not be registered in retroarch
  • Fullscreen toggle would no longer work since v5.3
  • reverted copying of prefs on hard reset


  • P96 minor fixes
  • Removed unnecessary casting in scsi.cpp
  • VGA mode resolution autoswitch update
  • VGA autoswitch update to support new OS 3.2 monitors
  • Upgraded FloppyDriveBridge to v1.4
  • refresh GUI when hidden behind other windows
  • improve message when Main ROM is not found
  • improve Floppy GUI panel
  • use BGR888 for 32-bit modes

Amiberry is an optimized Amiga emulator, originally designed for ARM-based SoCs (such as the Raspberry Pi) but now also available for macOS (both Intel and Apple Silicon) and Linux x86-64, that brings you the highest performance Amiga emulation. Be it a classic A500, A1200, CD32 or up to a high-end model equipped with a 68040 and a graphics card, we’ve got you covered. The code is based on the latest WinUAE for the core emulation, but with some parts stripped down and optimized specifically for lower-powered boards. Additionally, there are several features that were developed specifically for Amiberry, such as WHDLoad support, custom events, support for RetroArch mapping, etc.

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