Sounds just like one more marketing line but in the case of the Amiga it holds true!
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.
Its time for another poster for the beloved Amiga 1200!
The favorite home computer of the late 80s, the Amiga 500, just upgraded and gained a plus sign!
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.