While I m old enough to have owned a ZX Spectrum as a child, it was the Commodore Amiga that really ignited my lifelong passion for gaming.
Now, fellow fans of the computer, which was popular in the 80 s and early 90 s, can drown in nostalgia on the Internet Archive, which has just uploaded over 10,000 Amiga games, applications, and demos.
The San Francisco-based non-profit organization already contains almost 2400 of MS-DOS games, along with more than 1000 titles from the Windows 3.1 era.
The Amiga collection is made up of over 2000 games, including classics such as King s Quest II, Double Dragon, Elite, R-Type, Batman, Back to the Future part II, Xenon, and Bubble Bobble.
There s also a huge amount of demos, shareware, and applications, such as Electronic Arts Deluxe Paint I through IV.
The collection runs in a browser version of the Scripted Amiga Emulator, though many games can be downloaded and run locally.