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Commodore Amiga

The Amiga was a line of personal computers that Commodore International produced during the 1980s and early 1990s. The first Amiga computer, the Amiga 1000, possessed a HAM mode enabled the machine to display 4096 colors, a chip that enabled it to play back four channels of stereo at once, an operating system with multitasking, and a graphical user interface at a time that these features were uncommon or not as developed as Amiga's.
An Amiga Kickstart ROM (still under copyright) is required to run the emulators below, except 'Amiga Forever' that is licenced to sell a legal version of the Kickstart.



UAE is a computer emulator which emulates the hardware of the Commodore Amiga range of computers. Released under the GNU General Public License, UAE is free software.
Windows InstallWinUAE3300.msi www.winuae.net 5.94 MB 2016-06-06


FS-UAE is an Amiga emulator for Windows, Linux and Mac OS Xbased on UAE/WinUAE, with a focus on emulating games, though it also emulates high-end Amigas.
Windows fs-uae-suite_2.8.3_windows_x86.exe fs-uae.net 44.94 MB 2017-01-08
OS X fs-uae-suite_2.6.2_macosx.tar.gz fs-uae.net 85.85 MB 2015-10-27
Ubuntu32 fs-uae_2.2.3-0_i386.deb fs-uae.net 2.7 MB 2013-06-25


Fellow is an emulator designed to run software written for the Amiga computer platform. Released under the GNU General Public License, Fellow is free software.
Windows WinFellow_alpha_v0.5.3.1004.exe sourceforge.net 2.3 MB 2015-11-22

Amiga Forever

Amiga Forever is an Amiga preservation, emulation and support package which allows Amiga software to run on non-Amiga hardware legally and without complex configuration
Windows Direct link. www.amigaforever.com  
Android Direct link. play.google.com  


SAE, an experimental Amiga emulator in pure JavaScript and HTML5. SAE is based on WinUAE and does use the AROS-kickstart replacement. It works directly in your browser and doesn't require an original Amiga Kickstart Rom.
Javascript Direct link. scriptedamigaemulator.net  

Photo of a Commodore Amiga courtesy of Wikipedia.org
(Photo Wikipedia.org)
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