Love retro gaming but not sure where the best games are found? Looking for some retro gaming gold? Then why not take a look at Amibian, the Raspbian-based Amiga emulator for the Raspberry Pi?
Emulating the Commodore Amiga has never been easier or more satisfying than this.
Amiga: One of the Most Loved Home Computers Ever Amazing graphics, unique physical design, and the antonym of the bland IBM/PC compatible market. No, I’m not talking about an Apple computer, but the Commodore Amiga. Capable of audio, graphics, video, standard office tasks, and an awesome video gaming platform, the Amiga dominated home computing in the USA and Europe between 1985 and its final appearance in 1994.
(In the UK and Europe in particular, the decline of the Amiga lead to the rise of game consoles and home-based PCs.)
However, the Amiga is not dead. Remnants of the Amiga’s legacy can be found on modern platforms, such as Android and iOS, although only a few games have been re-released on mobile.