Play thousands of classic Amiga games for free in your web browser
The Internet Archive has a good selection of games in its collection. You can play vintage console games, classic DOS games, and more, all directly in your browser.
If you were an Amiga owner back in the day you’ll be thrilled to know that the site has now added thousands of games from that classic computer to its library.
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You no longer need to run an emulator or find a ROM to play the likes of Bubble Bobble (a personal favorite of mine), Frontier Elite II, Wizball, or R Type.
Just go to the Amiga Software Library, locate a game or demo you want to try, and then click the image at the top to start playing. It will download the required elements and launch the game.
Once started, you can toggle the sound on or off, and switch to full screen mode.
As with the other games in the Internet Archive’s collection, you may encounter a few control issues. The keyboard works with all games, the mouse in some games, and a joypad should work too, if you have one connected.
If you were more of a Nintendo fan, the Internet Archive also recently added more than 140 fully readable issues of Nintendo Power magazine to its collection. Check that out here.