Amiga emulation seems daunting because there are different emulators and many different options for each platform. The vast majority of Amiga games were designed to run on an Commodore Amiga 500 with 512k ram expansion. Original Chip Set, no hard drive, and Kickstart 1.3. In fact, a great many games will complain if you run them on something newer. It is sometimes much easier and more geeky to get games and programs to run on the Raspberry Pi using Amiberry. Amiberry is an optimized Amiga emulator for ARM-based SoCs and brings you the highest performance of Amiga emulation. It’s an open-source project, build with the efforts of several people and based on previous work of others. Amiberry is already included in several popular distros (like RetroPie, DietPi, and others) and can be installed or upgraded from within their ecosystems. Additionally, you can of course install it on a standard Linux distro. The new pre-release of Amiberry version 3.2 offers 142 new improvements and bugfixes since the last release in April 2020.