Our Favourite Amiga Software Titles
Deluxe Paint is possibly the Amiga's most well known software title. It's a bitmap graphics editor series created by Dan Silva for Electronic Arts, which became the standard for pixel graphics in video games in the 80s and 90s. The ability to create animations was added from version 3.0. the latest version of Deluxe Paint is version 5.
Art Department Pro
Art Department Professional (aka ADPro) is an integrated set of powerful image processing tools which facilitate the creation of high quality images on the Commodore Amiga..
Cygnus Editor (CED)
CygnusEd was one of the original programs to supply an ARexx interface, and was also the first Amiga text editor with an Undo feature. Many Amiga software authorities "grew up" with CygnusEd and a great deal of the Amiga software library was created with CygnusEd. The last version released was CygnusEd Professional 4.
OctaMED is a popular 'music tracker' for the Commodore Amiga, written by Teijo Kinnunen. So-called as it could replay eight independent audio-channels.
This programming language is an improved version of AMOS released in 1992. It has more advanced features such as a more capable IDE, support for AGA chipset, ARexx, a new subroutine language, and new flow control constructs.
A must-have tool for power users and anyone who needs to manage their files quickly and efficiently.
Blitz Basic 2
The fastest and easiest way to develop Amiga games and applications.
Audio Master 4
This powerful software lets you easily edit and enhance your Amiga audio files.
Scala MM400 is advanced software to make exceptional shows or multimedia applications. Regardless of whether you need pictures, animations, text, or music-backed videos - Scala has all required tools to develop, control, and edit even complex projects.
PageStream is a versatile desktop publishing software that can be used for simple newsletters, color ads, or technical books. With PageStream, you can create business materials, letters, flyers, presentations, and any other type of material.
CanDo was one of the very first application building tools that could create programs for the Amiga that were totally autonomous (compiled or whole binary).