Here is another CD cover for an awesome demo compilation made by AmigaJay called “4 Decades Of Amiga Demos“.
This wonderful original game from Cinemaware got a face lift and some extra features towards an optical media release both on CDTV and AmigaCD32 supported by Commodore itself.
Undoubtedly the Amiga was a favorite among creative computer users.
The favorite home computer of the late 80s, the Amiga 500, just upgraded and gained a plus sign!
Finally the Amiga 600 makes an appearance on one of my recreated posters!
The Vampire Apollo Accelerators are a new breed of FPGA-based hardware for the classic Amigas.
The Commodore Amiga 500 deserves a spot in the 80s classics!
The Amiga CD32, released in late 1993, was Commodore’s attempt into the gaming consoles world.
It is some time since I’ve made a new poster but tonight I felt the urge to create something different.
Recently my beloved father passed away. It was him that, 30 years ago, gave me my first Amiga as a Christmas present.