Category: Amiga

Amiga Software

The Following four games are my favorite amiga games, then listed below are other games. demos, and utilities. Rock & Roll Very good game – roll the ball around levels collecting Key’s etc, Graphics not...

Amiga A1000

Commodore launched the Commodore Amiga in a grandiose show at the Lincoln Center in New York on July 23, 1985. The machine itself was based upon the earlier Lorraine project. The unit went on...

Amiga A4000-60

After ESCOM bought Commodore in 1995 they reintroduced the A1200 and the A4000. Unfortunately due to Escom’s increasing difficulties they could not launch the A4000 until after the early stages of 1996. It contained...

Amiga CD32

Commodore’s second attempt at the console market was later revealed to be a last ditch attempt at making a profit. Launched in Europe during 1993 it quickly grabbed a large portion of the prototypical...

Amiga A1200

In October 1992 the A1200 was launched. This took the A500 approach to computing with the “distinct” Commodore case, but including the AGA chipset present in the A4000, 2mb ram, and the PCMCIA slot...

Amiga A4000

In 1992 Commodore launched the most advanced Amiga yet. The A4000 used the AGA chipset to allow it to show 256,000 colours on screen from a palette of 16.8 million, as well as the...

Amiga A600

Released in spring 1992 as a replacement to the A500+, the A600 weighed just 6lbs (the smallest Classic Amiga ever!). This 14 deep x 9.5″ wide x 3″ high system was aimed at the...

Amiga 3000T

The A3000 is a powerhouse in comparison to previous Amiga, it was sold as a high-end graphics workstation. For a time it was used by W Industries as the basis of their highly acclaimed...

Commodore CDTV

In 1990 Commodore launched a machine as ground-breaking as the original Amiga, the CDTV. It was basically an A500 in a black video-style case without the keyboard or disk drive and a CD-ROM drive...

Amiga A500 Plus

This is widely known as the shortest-lived Amiga ever, lasting only 6 months until it was phased out by the A600. This was yet another of Commodores secrets with many people opening their Amigas...

Amiga A3000

The A3000 is a powerhouse in comparison to previous Amiga, it was sold as a high-end graphics workstation. For a time it was used by W Industries as the basis of their highly acclaimed...

Amiga A1500

The A1500 was a UK-specific machine derived from the A2000. Both machines use a socketed Motorola 68000 7.14 MHz CPU and were shipped with an empty processor slot. The operating system also remained the...

Amiga A2000

Two years after the initial Amiga launch, Commodore released their replacement to the ageing Amiga 1000. The Amiga 2000 developed the ‘big box’ Amiga market that continued to divide users’ until the mid-1990s, and...

Amiga A500

In 1987 Commodore released the A500 – a cheaper version of the A1000 – which came in the “distinct” Commodore box. The basic system still used the 68000 processor, 512k ram, and OCS chipset...

Amiga Archive – Software

The Following four games are my favorite amiga games, then listed below are other games. demos, and utilities. Rock & Roll Very good game – roll the ball around levels collecting Key’s etc, Graphics not...

Amiga Archive – Misc

Below is a gallery section with all different pictures from the commodore Amiga computers including workbench and kickstart images, to screenshots of games and demos, these picture were collected off the net over 10...

Amiga Archive – Hardware

Below is the range of commodore Amiga computers, to see more info and full specifications click on the icons below. 1985 – A1000 -68000 CPU, 256k Ram, Kickstart loaded from disk. 1987 – A500...

Amiga Archive – Workbench

    The Amiga computers by commodore were a great range of computers for their time. This  site is dedicated to the Amiga. This site is designed to have the look and feel of...