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.
Poster no. 12 and it’s the good old Amiga 500 again! The home computer that brought hundreds of powerful creative applications to the average user in the late 80s.
The eleventh poster concerns Commodore’s CDTV, a device that targeted the living room.
Today’s poster is about the Amiga 1200 model. Released in 1992 it was the next generation Amiga home model meant as the successor to the top selling Amiga 500.
Christmas is almost here. It’s the most wonderful time of the year! And what season could be better for a bit of gaming with your favorite retro home computer?
The 8th poster tries to recreate one of the inspired old-school Commodore ads that appeared in the press when the Amiga 500 was released.