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Play Thousands of Amiga Games In-Browser, Click here



Internet Archive has released an archive of over 10,000 Commodore Amiga games, from 1980s Amiga 500 games to Amiga 1200 titles from circa 1995. The Amiga was one of the most popular home computers during the late-Eighties and early-Nineties, known for its impressive collection of games, art packages, and video processing capabilities, the latter of which was utilised to create the visual effects for cult sci-fi TV serial Babylon 5.
You don’t need an emulator to open the various games and programs: as with previous collections hosted by Internet Archive – like its MS-DOS repository – all the software can be opened in-browser, no fuss, though some of the games are buggy and can take a while to load.
Highlights of Internet Archive’s Amiga game collection include:

       Bubble Bobble
       Frontier: Elite II
       Where in the World is Carmen Sandiego?
       Alien Breed
       R-Type
       Wizball
       Treasure Island Dizzy
       Lemmings
       Marble Madness
       King’s Quest
       Turrican
       Flashback
       Stunt Car Racer
       Hired Guns
       Laser Squad
       Simon the Sorcerer
       SimCity
       Space Hulk
       It Came from the Desert
       Xenon 2: Megablast
       Bard’s Tale
       Paradroid 90

The collection also includes a number of Amiga Format public domain games, plus various art and programming packages. Notable absentees, though, include Sensible World of Soccer, Cannon Fodder, Turrican 2, Speedball 2, Syndicate, and Another World, as well as the Shadow of the Beast, UFO/XCOM, and Monkey Island series.

source http://www.eteknix.com/pl ... ga-games-in-browser/
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