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The Amiga Is Back

I've never hidden my love for the Amiga computer. It's the only machine I've ever formed a personal bond with. The machine is largely gone now (though a dedicated group of fans have kept the OS alive), but its games aren't.

Amiga, a company born out of the ashes of Commodore, is shipping a whole heap of old Amiga games ported to Windows. The best news of all: They cost less than five bucks each!

I'm still waiting to see if they port Lemmings!

Posted by Doug Barney on September 10, 2007 at 11:52 AM


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