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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. G-Loc R360

    G-Loc R360 ( Big Box ) ( Amiga )

    £3.00

    The Citizens Defence Force does not trust the United Nations to keep a troubled 21st century world at peace. It confiscates a horde of planes and warships, and as a UN loyalist, it is your job to shoot them down. Solving starvation and disease can wait, apparently. The game is split into 8 stages, which are split into sub-stages over land and sea, each of which has a strict time limit, and a target number of planes to shoot down. They take place from behind your plane, which can be controlled with ‘up’ referring to ‘climb’ or ‘dive’, depending on player preference. You are armed with 10 missiles as well as standard weapons. The plane can survive a few hits, so watch the damage report as it goes from red to black. Fail to complete a section in the time limit and you use up a continue, but the amount of planes previously shot down is not reset, making the second attempt easier Chase HQ style. As you destroy enemies you gain access to better planes, and the rank reported at the end of the game improves – this is also dependent on the skill level you play at. Learn More
  2. Cannon Fodder 2 ( Amiga  )

    Cannon Fodder 2 ( Big Box ) ( Amiga )

    £5.00

    After the success of Cannon Fodder, a sequel was inevitable. The basic gameplay remained the same – guide a team of soldiers through a succession of levels populated by trees, huts and lakes. The major change is that the plot involves time travel, rather than straightforward war situations, and this means levels taking place in different scenarios including a strange ‘Alien Planet’. The levels include a variety of vehicles such as jeeps, tanks and helicopters, which can be used to shoot or even run down enemy soldiers. Standard bullets are joined by collectible grenades and rockets – use these wisely, as nothing else can destroy huts or vehicles. Finding strategic defense positions can be vital as well. Learn More
  3. Turrican ( Amiga  )

    Turrican ( Big Box ) ( Amiga )

    £5.00

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    Three-headed demon Morgul has been influencing people's dreams to create nightmares, but more recently these nightmares have become real. Only Turrican can save them in this fast paced side scrolling shoot-em up. It features 5 worlds and 13 levels of challenging gameplay. Gameplay is conceptually simple: just jump, shoot and explore. However, this game puts a lot of emphasis on finding and using the 10 different weapons Turrican can collect. Top corner of box is ripped Learn More
  4. Quickshot QS-137F  Joystick   ( Atari) ( Amiga) (Amstrad) ( C-64 ) ( Sega) ( ZX )

    Quickshot QS-137F Joystick ( Atari) ( Amiga) (Amstrad) ( C-64 ) ( Sega) ( ZX )

    £8.00

    OU ARE LOOKING AT A VINTAGE QUICKSHOT JOYSTICK MODEL: QS-137F DIFFERENT SWITCH UNDER THE BOTTOM TO CHANGE TO WHICH COMPUTER TO USE IT WITH, ATARI, COMMODORE, MSX C: AMSTARD AND SEGA Learn More
  5. Cheetah 125+  ( Atari) ( Amiga) (Amstrad) ( C-64 )  ( ZX )

    Cheetah 125+ ( Atari) ( Amiga) (Amstrad) ( C-64 ) ( Sega) ( ZX )

    £8.00

    Cheetah 125+ ( Atari) ( Amiga) (Amstrad) ( C-64 ) ( ZX ) DB9 (female) serial connector Learn More
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    Saitek Megastick IV MX-141 ( AMIGA )

    £10.00

    Saitek Megastick IV MX-141 ( AMIGA ) Learn More
  7. Competition Pro Joystick  ( Atari) ( Amiga)

    Competition Pro Joystick ( Atari) ( Amiga)

    £10.00

    Out of stock

    Competition Pro Joystick ( Atari) ( Amiga) Learn More
  8. Exterminator Joystick   ( Amiga)

    Exterminator Joystick ( Amiga)

    £3.00

    Exterminator Joystick ( Amiga) Has a sucks-hen cup at bottom missing Learn More
  9. Powerplay Cruiser Joystick  ( Atari) ( Amiga) (Amstrad) ( C-64 ) ( Sega) ( ZX )

    Powerplay Cruiser Joystick ( Atari) ( Amiga) (Amstrad) ( C-64 ) ( Sega) ( ZX )

    £10.00

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    The Powerplay Cruiser was a joystick released in 1986, during the time that the Commodore 64 and Commodore Amiga were both popular home computers. It was compatible with many 8-bit and 16-bit machines, and boasted many features that were considered high end at the time: Fully microswitch-based operation (clicking with every move or shot) 8-directional control Ambidextrous design (symmetrical with two fire buttons positioned at the front end, away from the joystick shaft) Adjustable torque control (a 3-position rotating collar at the base of the shaft, giving manual resistance) Rugged plastic body & sturdy, long-lasting design COMPATIBLE WITH: COMMODORE VIC20 / C64 / C128 / AMIGA SPECTRUM +2 / +2A / +3 (GREY CONNECTOR) 16K / 48K / 128K WITH INTERFACE AMSTRAD 464 / 664 / 6128 / PCW WITH INTERFACE ATAR1 2600 / 7800 / 400 / 800 / XE / XL / ALL ST MACHINES Learn More
  10. Capcom Collection ( Big Box ) ( Amiga  )

    Capcom Collection ( Big Box ) ( Amiga )

    £14.00

    This Collection contains 8 Classics done by Capcom. These games are: Strider Strider 2 U.N. Squadron Last Duel Forgotten Worlds Ghouls 'n' Ghosts Dynasty Wars LED Storm Bottom left corner ripped Learn More

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