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Finally the Amiga 600 makes an appearance on one of my recreated posters!

Amiga 600 (codenamed “June Bug”), the most compact Amiga model, was actually Commodore’s try in producing a cut-down cost wise home computer that would repeat the success of the Amiga 500 as a budget machine. However, things didn’t go as planned (they rarely do) and A600 ended up costing more than the A500 while not offering that much over the “previous” generation.

This poster is inspired by the Zool software pack box-art that Commodore included with the Amiga 600. This bundle included the megahit game Zool of Gremlin Graphics, a British software house of the 80s and 90s that released several 8-bit and 16-bit hits, along with two other games, Striker and Pinball Dreams, and the TransWrite word processor by GoldDisk.

Amiga 600 Zool Software Pack
Amiga 600 Zool Software Pack: Original box photo (left) / Recreated poster (right)

You can download the full resolution 300dpi ISO A4 size in lossless PNG format here.