The Amiga is a family of personal home computers introduced by Commodore in 1985. The original model was part of a series of 16/32 and 32 bit computers featuring over 256 KB of RAM, mouse based GUIs, and significantly improved graphics and audio over 8 bit systems. The Amiga also differed from it's contemporaries through the inclusion of custom hardware that accelerates the graphics and sound, including sprites and a blitter, and a pre-emptive multitasking operating system. Although the Amiga was initially cast as an all-purpose business machine, the computer was most commercially successful as a home computer with a wide range of games and creative software made available for it.
- Battletoads (1992)
|Commodore||Commodore VIC-20 • Commodore 64 • Amiga • Amiga CD³²|
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|Other||ZX Spectrum • BBC Micro • Amstrad CPC • Arcade|