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Amiga

Amiga

Welcome to the Commodore Amiga section here at the Japanese Retro Video Games shop. We stock a large selection of games, accessories and systems. The Amiga is a family of personal computers marketed by Commodore in the 1980s and 1990s. The first model was launched in 1985 as a high-end home computer and became popular for its graphical, audio and multi-tasking abilities. The Amiga provided a significant upgrade from 8-bit computers, such as the Commodore 64, and the platform quickly grew in popularity among computer enthusiasts. The best selling model, the Amiga 500, was introduced in 1987 and became the leading home computer of the late 1980s and early 1990s in much of Western Europe. In North America success was more modest. The Amiga went on to sell approximately six million units.[1] Second generation Amiga systems (A1200 and A4000) were released in 1992.

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  1. Quickshot Maverick 1 Joystick

    Quickshot Maverick 1 Joystick( Boxed ) ( Mega Drive )( Amiga ) ( Atari )

    £10.00

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    FORMAT - Sega, Atari, Amstrad, Commodore and MSX YEAR - 1991 Quickshot Maverick 1 Joystick No instructions Learn More
  2. The Blues Brothers ( Amiga  )

    The Blues Brothers ( Amiga )

    £5.00

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    The Blues Brothers are on the run from the law. Take control of either bulky Jake or nippy Elwood in this five-level platform game. You must cross a prison, a river and the big city to reach freedom. You also must find your missing records and collect these. Everything and everyone is against you, but you can pick up and throw warehouse crates to defeat your opponents. RIGHT HAND SPINE OF BOX HAS BEEN TORN AND TAPED Learn More
  3. Rainbow Islands ( Amiga  )

    Rainbow Islands ( Amiga )

    £6.00

    Sequel to Bubble Bobble, Rainbow Islands sees Bub and Bob (in 2 player mode), who are now curiously small boys rather than dinosaurs, attempting to rid the Rainbow Islands of bad guys. Using the power to cast rainbows, trapping anything underneath, the boys must ascend vertically 4 levels each island, with a big, bad boss at the end of each. By trapping beasts under your rainbows, then jumping on them to break them you can collect seven different colored gems, and there are also power-ups for extra speed and rainbows. CREASE TOP LEFT FRONT CORNER Learn More
  4. Fantasy World Dizzy  ( Amiga  )

    Fantasy World Dizzy ( Amiga )

    £4.00

    Dizzy, the egg protagonist, is back in his fourth installment: Magicland Dizzy. The land has been corrupted by an evil wizard, and it's Dizzy's job to set everything right. To do this, he must walk, jump and flip through a large number of screens, pick up and use various items, and talk to people. Learn More
  5. Magicland Dizzy  ( Amiga  )

    Magicland Dizzy ( Amiga )

    £5.00

    Dizzy, the egg protagonist, is back in his fourth installment: Magicland Dizzy. The land has been corrupted by an evil wizard, and it's Dizzy's job to set everything right. To do this, he must walk, jump and flip through a large number of screens, pick up and use various items, and talk to people. Learn More
  6.  Quickshot Python 1 ( Boxed )  ( Mega Drive )( Amiga ) ( Atari )

    Quickshot Python 1 ( Boxed ) ( Mega Drive )( Amiga ) ( Atari )

    £10.00

    Quickshot Python 1 Joystick, with the buttons rearranged to the top of the Joystick. Much better for Shoot 'Em Up games and flight simulators / helicopter games. No instructions Learn More
  7. Cheetah Star Probe Micro Switch Joystick ( Atari) ( Amiga) (Amstrad) ( C-64 )  ( ZX )

    Cheetah Star Probe Micro Switch Joystick ( Atari ) ( Amiga) (Amstrad) ( C-64 ) ( Sega) ( ZX )

    £14.00

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    Cheetah Star Probe Micro Switch Joystick ( Atari) ( Amiga) (Amstrad) ( C-64 ) ( ZX ) DB9 (female) serial connector Learn More
  8. 3M RF TV Aerial Lead Male Plug to Female Socket Cable ( NES ) ( Atari) ( Master System)( Mega Drive)

    3M RF TV Aerial Lead Male Plug to Female Socket Cable ( NES ) ( Atari) ( Master System)( Mega Drive)

    £1.00

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    3M RF TV Aerial Lead Male Plug to Female Socket Cable ( NES ) ( Atari) ( Master System)( Mega Drive) FOR connecting your console to a TV Learn More
  9. Cheetah MACH-1 Joystick  ( Atari) ( Spectrum)  ( C-64 )

    Cheetah MACH-1 Joystick ( Atari) ( Spectrum) ( C-64 )

    £8.00

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    CHEETAH MACH-1 Joystick - Spectrum Commodore 64 Atari 2600 800 XE Vic 20 Learn More
  10. Street Fighter II ( Amiga  )

    Street Fighter II ( Amiga )

    £2.50

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    Street Fighter II is a fighting game. Players select from one of eight characters: Ryu, Ken, Blanka, E. Honda, Zangief, Chun Li, Guile and Dhalsim to do battle with. They must then use their combat strengths to defeat the other seven fighters followed by four boss characters: M. Bison, Vega, Sagat and Balrog. Each character represents a certain country and has his or her own reasons for wanting to win against the others. Each character has his or her own selection of basic fighting techniques based on three styles of punches and three styles of kicks. The effect of each of these changes depends on the characters orientation (ducking, airborne or standing still). Street Fighter II has a "button combination" style of gameplay used to unleash powerful moves specific to each character. These include the ability to project fireballs, channel electricity or capture the opponent in a tight suplex. Learn More

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