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'Allo 'Allo! Cartoon Fun!
Region : Unknown
Genre : Platform
Develop : 1990
Console : Amiga
Type : Computers
'Allo 'Allo is based on the long-running BBC TV comedy series set in occupied France in World War II. From the back of the box: This is without doubt one of the best platform arcade romps to come to your computer. Packed with madcap humour, action and ..
'Allo 'Allo! Cartoon Fun!
Region : Unknown
Genre : Platform
Develop : 1990
Console : Amiga
Type : Computers
'Allo 'Allo! Cartoon Fun!
Region : Unknown
Genre : Platform
Develop : 1990
Console : Amiga
Type : Computers
'Allo 'Allo! Cartoon Fun!
Region : Unknown
Genre : Platform
Develop : 1990
Console : Amiga
Type : Computers
10 out of 10: Dinosaurs
Region : Unknown
Genre : Unknown
Develop : 1993 by 10 Out Of 10
Console : Amiga
Type : Computers
10 out of 10: Dinosaurs
Region : Unknown
Genre : Unknown
Develop : 1993 by 10 Out Of 10
Console : Amiga
Type : Computers
10 out of 10: English
Region : Unknown
Genre : Unknown
Develop : 1993
Console : Amiga
Type : Computers
10 out of 10: German
Region : Unknown
Genre : Unknown
Develop : 1993
Console : Amiga
Type : Computers
10 out of 10
: Junior Essentials
Region : Unknown
Genre : Unknown
Develop : 1993
Console : Amiga
Type : Computers
10 out of 10
: Junior Essentials
Region : Unknown
Genre : Unknown
Develop : 1993
Console : Amiga
Type : Computers
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Amiga

Amiga 500, also known as A500 – a computer, development began in 1982 with Jay Miner, as the chief hardware designer of Amiga Corporation. It was thought of as a game console of the next generation amiga 500 , although it was finally redesigned as a general purpose computer after the Crash of the video-game in North America in the year 1983. A prototype of the complete computer model, it was exposed to the public for the first time in the summer of 1984 at the Consumer Electronics show Fair. In order to capture the design of the computer to the market, Commodore International purchased Amiga Corporation, and financed the development of the computer. The first model was released in 1985 simply as the Amiga from Commodore, although it was later designated as Amiga 1000. The following year the Amiga product line was expanded by the introduction of two new models, the Amiga 2000 for professional use and high graphics, and the Amiga 500 aimed at home use. In many ways computer games such as Golden Axe, Defender of the Crown, Sonic Boom , Speedball 2, Turrican II and others contributed to the great popularity of Amiga 500. In total for the Amiga 500 were released more than 3,000 games. Now, you can simply play Amiga 500 games on your computer with the downloaded emulation software. Then got the Amiga 500 roms games. To feel the lovely old times video games.