A new release of vAmiga (release 2.21) is now available on GitHub and emulates Commodore Amiga 500, 1000 or 2000 on Mac computers. The new stable release offers several new improvements and offers full support for Mac computers with Apple silicon. Commodore launched the Amiga computer in 1985 and discontinued production in 1994. The Amiga was a very successful home computer, arguably one of the most successful home computers of the 16-bit and 32-bit era. It featured a mouse-based graphical user interface, multi-tasking, 16-bit and 32-bit graphics and was used in Home and professional environments alike. To run the emulator, a Kickstart Rom is required. The original Amiga Roms are the intellectual property of Cloanto. By purchasing a license of Amiga Forever you can acquire a legal Kickstart license. Rom image files can be added to vAmiga via drag and drop.