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From Bedrooms to Billions: The Amiga Years!

Please support this fantastic new documentary about how the Commodore Amiga helped influence a generation of Developers to take Video Gaming to a whole new level!
Nicola Caulfield & Anthony Caulfield is raising funds for From Bedrooms to Billions: The Amiga Years! on Kickstarter! How the Commodore Amiga helped influence a generation of Developers to take Video Gaming to a whole new level!
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10 of the Best Christmas Content and Easter Eggs in Games

Featured in this Top 10 is Christmas Lemmings for the Amiga, a holiday themed version of the game released as a demo and then later expanded into a full commercial release. Like the main game you had to stop small lemming creatures from walking to their death, but now they were dressed up as Santa with a variety of other festive decorations.
Easter eggs are hidden secrets in games that developers purposely put in for players to find, usually players find these themselves and then their location
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The Amiga 500 system was a perfect breeding ground for young aspiring game developers. It was accesible, relatively cheap, powerful for its time and had a very active following. This was especially true in northern Europe where many companies you know of today sprung from this era. The following blog post was written by a member of Gamasutra’s community :)
The Amiga 500 system was a perfect breeding ground for young aspiring game developers. It was accesible, relatively cheap, powerful for its time and had a very active following. This was especially true in northern Europe where many companies you know of today sprung from this era, ...
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Same question :)
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Uma das melhores máquinas de sempre!
Ainda hoje estas imagens impressionam, passados quase 27 anos.
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Here is an awesome find from one of our team members, a video debuting the Commodore Amiga on BBC Micro Live from 1985. 

If you scroll to 2:04, that's where all the magic happens.
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Nano tubes :P
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A reader goes back to play Superfrog on the Amiga and finds that sometimes old games really are as good as you remember them.
A reader goes back to play Superfrog on the Amiga and finds that sometimes old games really are as good as you remember them...
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I Live next to team 17 they made some great games for the Amiga
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Video: Ron Gilbert's postmortem of Maniac Mansion

While not an original Amiga game, Maniac Mansion was first developed for the Commodore 64 and later ported to the Commodore Amiga. The game was an innovator in many ways, and was one of the first graphical adventures to use a point and click interface.

Ron Gilbert and LucasArts are best remembered for The Secret of Monkey Island, but Ron says that Maniac Mansion is still his favourite project. The video of Ron Gilbert's presentation is available on Gamasutra for free, courtesy of the GDC Vault.
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Why modern music owes a big debt to Japanese video games

The Commodore Amiga 500 also had a big impact on the European music scene thanks to the affordability of the Amiga, the Paula sound chip and some amazing Public Domain Sound Tracker apps.
"Oh man," says superstar hip-hop producer Just Blaze in episode four of Diggin’ in the Carts. "I don’t think Yuzo Koshiro was… he might have been Japanese descent, but I don’t think he grew up in...
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Octamed rocked!
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Actor Warwick Davis, star of Life's Too Short and Willow discusses The Bitmap Brothers and his favorite Star Wars game in an interview with Edge Online. #AmigaGames #WarickDavis
The star of Life’s Too Short discusses Battlefield, The Bitmap Brothers, and his favourite Star Wars game.
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Movie critic Alex Zane and presenter of Sky Movies show 35mm, discusses his golden era of gaming on the Amiga 500 in an interview with Edge Online. #AmigaGames
Visit the My Favourite Game topic page to browse and read all of the entries in our interview series. You can stay up to date by subscribing to the topic on your My Edge page.--
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Felicia Day is an American actress, comedian, and writer. For those of who don't know her, she played the character "Vi" on the TV series Buffy the Vampire Slayer. In this article she discusses her early gaming memories on the Amiga in an interview with Edge magazine. 

Read the interview here: http://www.edge-online.com/features/felicia-day-my-favourite
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Another Plus 1 for +Felicia Day! I dug in with my Commodore 64, and then later worked my way to (my dream machine) the Amiga. Ah, so many good memories...
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100 Amiga games in 10 minutes!

How many of these games can you remember, and which would you most like to see return?
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Good memories :-D
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Welcome to the official Amiga Inc. Google page, your source for news and conversation about new and re-released classic Amiga games.
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Welcome to the official Amiga Inc. Google page, your source for news and conversation about new and re-released classic Amiga games.

Amiga, Inc. holds the intellectual property related to the AMIGA® personal computer that was developed and sold by Commodore International and Amiga Corporation, including hardware designs, software, operating systems, trademarks, and other intellectual properties.

Amiga, Inc. also produces and distributes enabling technologies and applications for wired and wireless devices that provide technology to developers for writing and porting applications to a new multi-media operating system that is hardware agnostic, enabling applications to run unchanged on various support platforms including Cell Phones, Tablets, Desktops, Set Top Boxes, and Digital Televisions.

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