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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. Archer Super Deluxe Competition Joystick ( Atari)  ( C-64 )

    Archer Super Deluxe Competition Joystick ( Atari) ( C-64 )

    £6.00

    Compatible with: * Atari 2600. * Sears. * Atari 400/800. * VIC20. * C64. * NEC PC-6001. Learn More
  2. Quickshot Joystick    ( Atari) ( Amiga) (Amstrad) ( C-64 ) ( ZX )

    Quickshot Joystick ( Atari) ( Amiga) (Amstrad) ( C-64 ) ( ZX )

    £8.00

    Quickshot Joystick For Amstrad, Atari ST, 2600, Commodore Amiga, 64, VIC 20 Vintage Quickshot joystick controller, fully tested & all working, 9 pin connector, will fit most vintage consoles. Learn More
  3. Pit-Fighter  ( Amiga  )

    Pit-Fighter ( Amiga )

    £3.50

    Pit-Fighter is a 3rd-person fight game that features digitized graphics of real fighters and zooming effects. Players select one of three fighters (Buzz, Ty or Kato) to take on anyone who dares. At the conclusion of a match, players are individually awarded a Knockout Bonus, Brutality Bonus, and a Fight Purse. Every third match is a Grudge Match where players test the skills of each other. The last man standing is the winner of this three-knockdown match. Players fight their way to the Elimination Match to decide who wins the opportunity to dethrone the champion, the Masked Warrior. Sticker damage to front of box,crushed slightly Learn More
  4. The Ninja Warriors  ( Amiga  )

    The Ninja Warriors ( Amiga )

    £3.50

    The Ninja Warriors is a one or two player side-scrolling beat-em-up converted from the Taito coin-op which featured three monitor screens side by side. The Amiga version was developed in letterbox format in order to show as much of the wide screen background graphics as possible. The player(s) control robot Ninjas, which battle their way through the levels using Shuriken and knives. As the Ninja's take damage their classic Ninja garb is torn away to reveal robotic limbs, torso or head. When the damage reaches a critical level the Ninja Robot explodes scattering mechanical body parts. As with The Sales Curve's later title SWIV, The Ninja Warriors uses the company's Dynamic Loading System to load sprites, sound and background graphics from disk on the fly. Learn More
  5. Double Dragon ( Amiga  )

    Double Dragon ( Amiga )

    £2.50

    Out of stock

    Set in a post-apocalyptic New York, Double Dragon is the story of Billy and Jimmy Lee, twin brothers trained in the fighting style of Sou-Setsu-Ken. Together, they manage a small martial arts training school, teaching their students in self-defense. One day, Billy's girlfriend, Marian, is kidnapped off the street by the "Black Warriors", a savage street gang led by a man named Willy. The Black Warriors demand the Lee brothers disclose their martial arts secrets in exchange for Marian's freedom. The Lee brothers set out on a rescue mission to crush the Black Warriors and save Marian. Using whatever techniques they have at their disposal, from the basic punches and kicks to the invulnerable elbow strike, as well any weapon that comes into their hands, the Lee brothers must pursue the gang through the city slum, industrial area and the forest before reaching their hideout to confront the big boss, Willy. The NES version of this game also has an additional VS. fighting mode for one or two players. Players choose from a field of six different characters (Billy and 5 of the enemy characters) and enter into a one-on-one fighting match. Players have to punch, kick, jumpkick, and even use a weapon against their opponents until someone's health bar is fully drained. The winner is the last one standing. Learn More
  6. Cybernoid: The Fighting Machine ( Amiga  )

    Cybernoid: The Fighting Machine ( Amiga )

    £2.50

    There are three asteroids, hidden among thousands, where various minerals and precious gems were stored. It was believed the riches would be safe there, until the Zoggians discovered them! Now you have to fly an experimental spacefighter, the Cybernoid, into battle to recover the asteroids. The Cybernoid is equipped with standard laser blasters, missiles, and the ability to pick up other weapons along the way. Cybernoid is an arcade style action game for one player. You can choose from three different skill levels; easy, hard and lethal. On some versions two different sound modes are also available, a basic music and sound effects mode, and a super sound effects mode with no music. Each room you explore is equipped with a time bomb. The bomb will explode taking you with it should you take too long to get past all the obstacles on the screen. You start the game with nine ships, and more can be earned by collecting enough points during the game. Learn More
  7. Screaming Wings ( Amiga )

    Screaming Wings ( Amiga )

    £2.50

    Out of stock

    A top-down vertically scrolling shoot ‘em up with a World War 2 feel resembling 1942. You pilot your aeroplane through 9 levels of forests, fields and oceans. You’ll be facing hordes of enemy planes and their bullets, contact with which costs you one of your 3 lives. You can dart slightly off the screen to dodge bullets, similarly to SWIV. A number of power-ups are available, including a drone weapon which will shoot from the opposite position as you (for example, if you’re 75% of the way across the screen, it will be 25% of the way across) Learn More
  8. Buggy Boy   ( Amiga  )

    Buggy Boy ( Amiga )

    £2.50

    Out of stock

    Buggy Boy is a race game, but not just an ordinary race game. There are five different routes, offroad, north, east, west, south. The offroad course loops around back to the start, the others are long runs with a distinct beginning and ending. You must complete each leg before the time runs out. Along the way you can pick up all kinds of bonuses. The colored flags are 30 points each, collect all colors in the order as indicated at the top of the screen to get 1000 bonus points. There are several gates the give you 100, 250 or 500 points, and a time gate. Drive through a time gate to collect it, you receive two seconds extra time upon completing a leg. Occasionally there will be a soccer ball on the road, hit it and it will fly away and you get 2000 points. There are bridges and tunnels, be careful not to fall off the bridge into the water or crash into the tunnel wall. There also are obstacles like boulders, logs and fences. If you hit them it will cost you valuable seconds off your leg time. But if you hit a log or small stone just right, the buggy will ride on two wheels until you hit something again. Learn More
  9. Battle Isle '93 - The Moon of Chromos   Amiga 500

    Battle Isle '93 - The Moon of Chromos ( Amiga 500 )

    £4.00

    Published by Blue Byte Software GmbH Developed by Blue Byte Software GmbH Released 1993 Platforms Amiga, DOS Learn More
  10. Battle Isle    Amiga 500

    Battle Isle Amiga 500

    £4.00

    Published by Blue Byte Software GmbH Developed by Blue Byte Software GmbH Released 1991 Platforms Amiga, DOS Learn More

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