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Clarification of Current Situation

Brussels, April 12, 2015

Contrary to some news items posted on certain websites, Hyperion Entertainment CVBA is not in a state of bankruptcy. Due to an unfortunate set of cirucmstances, the company was temporally listed as "bankrupt" despite the fact that the conditions for bankruptcy were never met and that in the eyes of the law, the company was never bankrupt.

Development of AmigaOS 4 (which recently culminated in the release of AmigaOS 4.1 Final Edition) is and has been ongoing albeit that some resources had to be directed away to support the upcoming hardware of A-EON Technology.

The company is in the process of reorganizing itself by opening up its shareholdership and appointing a new exective director. More details on that will follow when all legal formalities are behind us.

Quite a few AmigaOS 4 supporters have approached us with the question what they can do to help us accelerate development of AmigaOS 4.2.

To that we have a very simple answer: please upgrade all your AmigaOS 4 capable hardware to AmigaOS 4.1 Final Edition.

Not only will AmigaOS 4.1 Final Edition be used as a base-line for future updates, you will also help us to accelerate AmigaOS 4.2 development!

Those of you who have other concrete ideas, we welcome to contact us.

We appreciate your support and we look forward to meet you at any of the upcoming celebrations of the Amiga's 30th birthday!

Hyperion Entertainment CVBA and Amiga Inc. reach settlement

Brussels, Belgium – October 17, 2009

Hyperion Entertainment CVBA is pleased to announce that on September 30, 2009, it has reached a comprehensive settlement agreement with Amiga, Inc., Itec LLC and Amino Development Corporation, Inc., to bring all ongoing litigation and worldwide pending procedures between the parties to an end.


10th Anniversary - New Website Launched

Antwerp, Belgium – February 25, 2009.

Hyperion Entertainment is pleased to unveil its entirely reworked website which offers registered users substantially more functionality and easy of use.

Registered users are invited to re-register their software products in order to obtain access to the download section. More detailed information are available here.

The relaunch of Hyperion’s website coincides exactly with the company’s 10th anniversary.


Information for returning users

Account Registration

The new website uses a different system for user management and therefore you have to re-register yourself on the new site. To do this, simply click the 'create an account' button on the frontpage's "login" menu (or click this link) and complete the form. You will need to supply a valid E-Mail address, since you will get a mail send to that account for activation purposes.

Note that you do not need to use the same user name and password as you used on the old site. Consequently, the old user name and password will no longer work on this web site.

Product Registrations

The product registration has changed as well. You have two possibilities to get your registrations from the old site back:

  1. Re-register the product via the Product Registration page. You must be logged in for that.
  2. Go to the Product Registration page and click on the I am not seeing all of my registered products link. This will offer you to convert your registrations from the previous site. You will need to supply your user name from the old site as well as the password.

If you have any problems, please do not hesitate to This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it .

Browser Compatibility

This website requires a CSS-capable browser like Firefox or OWB. Since OWB does not implement downloading correctly at the time of writing, downloads will not work on OWB. They do work on IBrowse, and although the site will not look correctly on IBrowse you will be able to download files.


Official statement on litigation with Amiga Inc.

Leuven, Belgium - May 1, 2007.

Whilst it is not Hyperion Entertainment’s policy to comment on ongoing litigation, we would like to reassure our customers (whom we wish to thank for their very numerous notes of support following the news) that development of AmigaOS 4.0 related components is still ongoing and will continue apace during the duration of the litigation with Amiga Inc.


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