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Amiga Games, What's your favourite?

Classic Amiga games on floppy disk, CD-ROM and USB flash-drive.

As we all know, the Amiga has some cracking games available for it. We have a selection of Amiga games that you can run via a software emulator or Amiga emulation hardware like the A500 mini, or you can use the original floppy disks if you're lucky enough to have a real Amiga. Our range of Amiga games changes, so all are subject to availability, so do check back from time-to-time.

Our ever expanding range of Compilation USB flash drives and CD-ROM based Amiga game compilations contain a wealth of awesome Amiga PD and Amiga 1200 games. We're happy to ship any of these Amiga games Worldwide.

Some of our Favourite Amiga Games


Sensible World of Soccer
Created in 1994 by Sensible Software is the followup to their 1992 Sensible Soccer release. SWOS contains a pretty-decent soccer game with a management mode.
Developed by Team17 in 1993, Superfrog is a scrolling 2D platformer title, originally created for the Amiga.

A puzzle game that was developed independently by DMA Design and published for Amiga by Psygnosis in 1991. It was also ported to almost all other platforms of the time.

Flashback is a 1992 science fiction cinematic platform game for the Amiga, developed by Delphine Software.

Xenon 2
An awesome 1989 shoot 'em up cold video game developed by The Bitmap Brothers and published by Image Works for the Amiga.

Project X
Project-X is a horizontally scrolling game for the Amiga that was released in 1992. It was developed and published by Team17. The game is similar to Konami's side-scrolling shooter games such as Gradius, Salamander and Parodius.
Turrican 2
The Final Fight is the second game of the Turrican series and in our opinion the best one. The game made by development company Factor 5 was released on the Commodore Amiga in 1991.

Simon The Sorcerer
A 1993 point-and-click adventure game developed and published by Adventure Soft, for Amiga and Amiga CD32.
Cannon Fodder
A shoot 'em up developed by Sensible Software and published by Virgin Interactive Entertainment for the Amiga in 1993.


Speedball 2
A novel 1990 video game inspired by a violent futuristic cyberpunk sport that draws elements of handball and ice hockey, and allows players to engage in both violence and victory. The main element of the game is related to the 1975 film Rollerball.

Super Stardust
A 1994 video game created by Bloodhouse and published by Team17 for the Amiga and Amiga CD32. The game was ranked the 26th best video game of all time by Amiga Power. The CD32 version featured CD-DA soundtracks.

One of the very best public-domain Arkanoid variants with 50 varied levels, plus a level designer in the registered version! What more could you want?

Ruff 'n' Tumble
A very-impressive 1994 platform run and gun video game developed by Wunderkind and published by Renegade Software for the Amiga. An Amiga CD32 version was planned but never released, very sad.

Super Cars II
A superb birds-eye-view racing game developed by Magnetic Fields in 1991, and published by Gremlin Graphics.

The 2D artillery tactical game, Worms is the first game of the series created by Team17 and released in 1995. It is turn-based, where a player commands a team of worms against another teams of worms controlled by a human or a computer opponent.

The Secret of Monkey Island
A classic point-and-click adventure game created and published by Lucasfilm Games. It takes place in a fictional Caribbean island during the age of piracy.
Deluxe Galaga
A very special Amiga shoot 'em up, first released in 1993 as public-domain. The title is loosely based on the classic arcade game Galaga.


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