Retro site dedicated to the endings of Amiga games. Were there ever any games you wanted to see the endings but you couldn't finish? Now you can.
This site provides a savestate file for each game. Load this into the PC emulator WinUAE along with an ADF for the game and you can the run the end of the game.
In MEMOry of all the great Commodore-AMIGA games we played during our childhood. This is a personal tribute and MEMOrial to one of the greatest home computers ever created and of course: its wonderful games.
A database for Amiga game enthusiasts and collectors so far: Featuring the creme de la creme of sought-after collectible games but also less known titles with extraordinary cover-arts, extensive designed boxes,
This site's purpose is to provide Amiga games players with a complete database of all commercial game titles released on the Amiga. At present the site holds information on 4500+ titles released since circa 1986.
Amiga Games informaton database.
This is a closed project, worked on by a small group of Amiga game enthusiasts. The database contains a lot of useful information about Amiga games.
Long running site dedicated to Amiga games, and the creator of the Lemonade WinUAE frontend. This is the sister site to the famous C64 site Lemon 64.
MobyGames is an ambitious project: To meticulously catalog all relevant information about electronic games (computer, console, and arcade) on a game-by-game basis, and then offer up that information through flexible queries and "data mining". In layman's terms, it's a huge game database.
This includes Amiga games and each entry contains screenshots, boxart scans and visitor reviews, comments and ratings.
nostalgica is a games database containing information, screenshots, boxart scans and cheat codes.
This site hasn't been updated for a couple of years, but still contains a lot of information.
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This is the Amiga games list from its beginning until today. This list is and will be updated regularly. All games, game editors, level editors, data discs, extensions, as well as interpreters are mentioned. Games that have only a playable demo version are also mentioned, but compilations doesn't.
This is only a part of the whole French site, Obligement.
The Amiga Games Database is a review site. Using very basic HTML pages it contains a large directory of Amiga game reviews for you to read though and enjoy. Reviews have been written by the site owners, and also via submission from Amiga fans. All are plain text pages containing detailed reviews of each game.
The Legacy is a multi-platform database which includes Amiga games.
TheLegacy is a nostalgic game museum. 22296 games from 1971 'till today, offering a broad variety of extensive informations about a lot of games. This includes e.g. a cover, screenshots, music samples, game facts, notes, hints + cheats and reviews.