Even though the Amiga 500 was designed as a stand alone home computer in a compact case, it had quite a few expansion options there were quite a few expansions.
The second game of the infamous Turrican series was released for the Amiga in 1991 and it is considered one of the best shooter games of the platform.
Amiga, the computer that works like the mind of a musician!
Sounds just like one more marketing line but in the case of the Amiga it holds true!
Did you drool over the possibilities an awesome home computer like the Amiga 500 would give you when you read about it and its software (both games and applications) in the 80s computer magazines? I surely did!
Now, if you were an Amiga user back in 1989 the name ‘Checkmate’ would probably remind you of something, wouldn’t?
Now, wouldn’t be cool if there exist a Commodore Amiga retail store where you could admire and buy all shiny NOS Amigas and other retro software and equipment?
Is there anyone, back at the days, who owned an Amiga and didn’t felt amazed at the capabilities of his/her new awesome home computer while staring at the visuals of Defender of the Crown?
The Alien Breed series of shooter action games are among the favorites of famous Amiga game house Team 17‘s catalog.
To many users, the Amiga 500 with its low acquisition cost and some powerful features – for an 80’s home computer – was undoubtedly the ticket to a world of digital creativity with their imagination being the only limit!