The Commodore Amiga 500 was a historic computing platform and enjoyed huge popularity in Europe. The computers sold millions of units and changed the living room forever, this famous computing icon is still loved and used anno 2017.
Modern Vintage Gamer takes a closer look in what’s going on and how to push the Commodore Amiga 500 to new boundaries with the current state of technology mostly engineered by Amiga fans worldwide. (picture courtesy of Modern Vintage gamer)
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