Amiga is the latest game system for an advanced new version

Amiga 500 from Commodore, a home computer that has become a popular gaming system, reproduced and developed into the A500 Mini by Retro Games Ltd which previously released a mini version of the Commodore 64.

The Amiga 500 was the most successful model in the Amiga family of computers, which began to appear in the mid-1980s and attracted loyal followers of gaming systems, especially in Europe, while the A500 Mini is clearly based on the Amiga 500, says Retro Games Ltd. It will also emulate the more powerful AGA graphics hardware of the Amiga 1200. 

Here is the list of confirmed games so far:

  • Alien Dynasty 3D.
  • Another world.
  • ATR: All-terrain racing.
  • Chess battle.
  • the corpse.
  • kick-off 2.
  • Pinball dreams.
  • Simon the magician.
  • Speedball 2: Brutal Deluxe.
  • Chaos drive.
  • Worms: Cut the outlet.
  • Zol.

25 will be included in the total, and you'll also be able to add more yourself using WHDLoad, an Amiga installation package. Other system functions include the ability to switch between 50Hz and 60Hz screen refresh rates, save states, a built-in CRT filter, and various scaling options.

The A500 Mini comes with a two-button USB mouse that really makes my hands cramp with nostalgia, as well as a gamepad reminiscent of a CD32 gamepad, an ill-fated attempt to turn the Amiga into a traditional game console. your keys via USB.

Retro Games Ltd will launch the A500 Mini early next year, and it will cost $139.99 in the US and £119.99 in the UK.

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