Back in February we reported that, in an interview with Retro Gamer magazine, Stuart Carnie of Manomio (who brought us C64 for iPhone [App Store]) indicated that he was currently in the process of readying an Amiga emulation system for the iPhone to be used to wrap licensed Amiga games for release as individual iPhone game titles in the App Store, the emulation layer being invisible to the user.

Manomio has just released a video demonstrating the system that shows the Amiga games International Karate + and Turrican running quite smoothly in an alpha version of their emulation environment on an iPhone 3GS.

This morning, I spoke at length with Stuart regarding his Amiga emulation system. He indicates that his hand-coded 68000 emulator (the Amiga's CPU) was well worth the effort in terms of performance and that the iPhone 3GS is a perfect platform for playing Amiga games in this fashion. Unfortunately, devices lower in spec -- that is, anything that's not an iPhone 3GS, a 3G iPod touch, or an iPad -- are not quite up to the task and, as such, Manomio's coming Amiga releases will not support that hardware. Happily for iPad users though, the coming Amiga games will be universal applications that feature high resolution artwork and interfaces appropriate to the iPad's large screen.

Manomio's emulation system is based on the UAE4All emulator tied to Manomio's own ARM-optimized emulated 68000 CPU core. The system emulates a fairly standard Amiga 500 computer.

As for what Amiga games we can expect to see in the App Store, Stuart indicates that International Karate + is a definite, and that he is currently in negotiations with the Turrican IP holder to bring that classic title to the iPhone. Talks are underway with a number of IP holders who licensed their C64 games to Manomio for use with C64 for iPhone, as well.

An Amiga game that Arnold and I have both long enjoyed is the scrolling space shooter Battle Squadron. Upon informing Stuart that securing this favorite was an obvious necessity, I was shocked and quite pleased to hear that the IP holders of the title had recently contacted him, seeking to bring that very game to the App Store through their emulation system. The deal is in negotiations and both parties are excited about the prospect.

Aside from the games already mentioned, Manomio has tested various other titles, including Xenon II, Ghosts 'n Goblins and R-Type (not that these are necessarily among the IP they have secured for release in the App Store), all of which "are just perfectly smooth." The first Amiga game from Manomio to hit the App Store will be International Karate +, which should land sometime in the late June timeframe.

And, while getting their Amiga emulation system finished and in the App Store is Manomio's main push right now, it's not their only one. Alongside the Amiga demonstration video, the studio posted a video demonstrating an Atari 2600 console emulator they've been working on for the iPhone. The video shows an iPhone running the Atari 2600 versions of Space Invaders, Berzerk, and Frogger.

Unlike the case of their Amiga emulation system, the Atari 2600 emulator is not a sure thing for App Store release, as Manomio is still rather early in talks with Atari over the needed rights to make such a system happen.

We will bring further details about Manomio's upcoming efforts as we hear them.

  • http://www.silentrocco.com SIlent Rocco

    T U R R I C A N

    • MikeyB

      BLOOD MONEY!

      • Adam

        Yes! Blood money was awesome! He should include a bunch of demo scene stuff too. That would surely test the emulation.

        Please include star glider 2! I would pay good money to play that on the iPad and iPhone!

    • Bastryck

      Very impressive! But there is something wrong with the sound of the diamants. 

      • Bastryck

        Diamonds.. even 

  • http://www.silentrocco.com SIlent Rocco

    T U R R I C A N

    • MikeyB

      BLOOD MONEY!

      • Adam

        Yes! Blood money was awesome! He should include a bunch of demo scene stuff too. That would surely test the emulation.

        Please include star glider 2! I would pay good money to play that on the iPad and iPhone!

  • bob

    im assuming this guy is left handed

    • br!an

      My thoughts exactly.

    • JC

      Stuart is right-handed if it makes any difference.

  • bob

    im assuming this guy is left handed

    • br!an

      My thoughts exactly.

    • JC

      Stuart is right-handed if it makes any difference.

  • mgabrys

    I hope they don't ghey it up with a fake-tv and shelf like the Intellivision emulator.

  • mgabrys

    I hope they don't ghey it up with a fake-tv and shelf like the Intellivision emulator.

  • Jindo Fox

    These look great. The Atari games are Jurassic but the Activision games hold up fairly well and would control decently on iPhone.

    It's always great to see Berzerk and it's a shame no one ever remakes it. It's like 2D Doom.

  • Jindo Fox

    These look great. The Atari games are Jurassic but the Activision games hold up fairly well and would control decently on iPhone.

    It's always great to see Berzerk and it's a shame no one ever remakes it. It's like 2D Doom.

  • akira01

    So pleeeaaaaaase:

    The Sentinel (oh yes yes yes)
    Turrican ( yes yes)
    Little Computer People
    Battle Squadron (yes yes)
    Project X (pleeasse)
    Captain Blood
    Dungeon Master II
    Alien Breed
    Sensible Soccer
    Eye Of the Beholder 1&2
    SuperFrog
    Cannon Fodder
    Gods

  • akira01

    So pleeeaaaaaase:

    The Sentinel (oh yes yes yes)
    Turrican ( yes yes)
    Little Computer People
    Battle Squadron (yes yes)
    Project X (pleeasse)
    Captain Blood
    Dungeon Master II
    Alien Breed
    Sensible Soccer
    Eye Of the Beholder 1&2
    SuperFrog
    Cannon Fodder
    Gods

  • michaelf

    I'd also like to see:

    supercars 2
    switchblade 2
    shadow of the beast
    bio challenge
    crazy cars 3
    fire n ice
    ruff n tumble
    zool 1 & 2

    there are a number of licensed games I'd like to see, but I expect they'd involve more complicated deals so the above would do me fine.

  • michaelf

    I'd also like to see:

    supercars 2
    switchblade 2
    shadow of the beast
    bio challenge
    crazy cars 3
    fire n ice
    ruff n tumble
    zool 1 & 2

    there are a number of licensed games I'd like to see, but I expect they'd involve more complicated deals so the above would do me fine.

  • Vince

    OMG! please please Superfrog (Y):)

  • Vince

    OMG! please please Superfrog (Y):)

  • http://jens.mooseyard.com Jens Alfke

    How does this pass the infamous new iPhone developer legal agreement that states explicitly that interpreted languages and emulators are now forbidden, and apps have to be coded in only Objective-C, C or C++?

    • Adams Immersive

      My question too!

      I hope Apple changes their agreement and continues to allow emulators and (quality) middleware.

      In which case I will request Lemmings... with 2-player via Bluetooth and Internet!

      • marty

        If emulators on the iPhone don't make Section 3.3.1 cry, please put me down for the Amiga classic Fire Power!

  • http://jens.mooseyard.com Jens Alfke

    How does this pass the infamous new iPhone developer legal agreement that states explicitly that interpreted languages and emulators are now forbidden, and apps have to be coded in only Objective-C, C or C++?

    • Adams Immersive

      My question too!

      I hope Apple changes their agreement and continues to allow emulators and (quality) middleware.

      In which case I will request Lemmings... with 2-player via Bluetooth and Internet!

      • marty

        If emulators on the iPhone don't make Section 3.3.1 cry, please put me down for the Amiga classic Fire Power!

  • Nookster

    "CRACKED BY ORACLE"

    Both funny and ironic :)

  • Nookster

    "CRACKED BY ORACLE"

    Both funny and ironic :)

  • Mindfield

    OH YES! The Amiga emulator is awesome of course, but I really hope Manomio can get things moving with Atari. I'm not hopeful given Atari's recent vacating of the App Store, but we'll see.

  • Mindfield

    OH YES! The Amiga emulator is awesome of course, but I really hope Manomio can get things moving with Atari. I'm not hopeful given Atari's recent vacating of the App Store, but we'll see.

  • http://www.twitter.com/elimcfly88 Eli Mcfly

    Funny how Ipods have the power to run a PS1, Genesis, SNES, NES, Gameboy Advance yet you need a really powerful Ipod to play an Amiga or Atari :-X

    • Acidbottle

      custom chips in these computers are hard to emulate im afraid .. the 500 isnt so bad but to emulate a 1200 is a bit of a nightmare!

      in reagrds to this im a little sad they will be standalone, space will be tight if they secure a lot of good games.

      saying all that tho .. cant wait :D

  • http://www.twitter.com/elimcfly88 Eli Mcfly

    Funny how Ipods have the power to run a PS1, Genesis, SNES, NES, Gameboy Advance yet you need a really powerful Ipod to play an Amiga or Atari :-X

    • Acidbottle

      custom chips in these computers are hard to emulate im afraid .. the 500 isnt so bad but to emulate a 1200 is a bit of a nightmare!

      in reagrds to this im a little sad they will be standalone, space will be tight if they secure a lot of good games.

      saying all that tho .. cant wait :D

  • MrMuesli

    Tbh, the C64 emulator was a regrettable purchase for me. I was expecting, very possibly naively, that great games would start pouring out, yet it has ended up being more of trickle really, and the games released are often ones best left forgotten. I will wait to see how this Amiga emulator pans out before making the same mistake twice.

    • http://www.blakespot.com Blake Patterson

      Games will be released inividually -- as games -- with the Amiga emulator. It's transparent to the user and it's a per-title affair. It's not a general emulation system that can accept disk images like the C64 emulator.

      So there's no risk, etc. in grabbing any particular Amiga game released through this system as, well, the game is all you get.

      • MrMuesli

        Ah, thanks. Guess I should have read your review more thoroughly before posting. Sorry.

  • MrMuesli

    Tbh, the C64 emulator was a regrettable purchase for me. I was expecting, very possibly naively, that great games would start pouring out, yet it has ended up being more of trickle really, and the games released are often ones best left forgotten. I will wait to see how this Amiga emulator pans out before making the same mistake twice.

    • http://www.blakespot.com Blake Patterson

      Games will be released inividually -- as games -- with the Amiga emulator. It's transparent to the user and it's a per-title affair. It's not a general emulation system that can accept disk images like the C64 emulator.

      So there's no risk, etc. in grabbing any particular Amiga game released through this system as, well, the game is all you get.

      • MrMuesli

        Ah, thanks. Guess I should have read your review more thoroughly before posting. Sorry.

  • http://www.moistproduction.com moist

    Remember, just because you can, doesn't mean you should.....

  • http://www.moistproduction.com moist

    Remember, just because you can, doesn't mean you should.....

  • http://f1stockcars.com/ Ade

    Turrican 2 is still one of my favourite games of all time... however, judging from that video, the controls seem way too clunking to play it properly

    • c-Row

      On the iPhone, yes. Now, an iPad with a bluetooth controller... *dreams*

  • http://f1stockcars.com/ Ade

    Turrican 2 is still one of my favourite games of all time... however, judging from that video, the controls seem way too clunking to play it properly

    • c-Row

      On the iPhone, yes. Now, an iPad with a bluetooth controller... *dreams*

  • Frogtorch

    Yars' Revenge, please.

  • Frogtorch

    Yars' Revenge, please.

  • Kinl

    Future Wars FTW :D

  • Kinl

    Future Wars FTW :D

  • _ck

    Gotta say that if you're doing an emulator for the 20+ year old Amiga 500 that can't run on an iPhone 3G you must be doing something very wrong. Very disappointing, and kind of inexplicable.

    • http://www.manomio.com Stuart Carnie

      _ck, quite presumptuous... we've spent a lot of time profiling the 3G hardware, and I actually can run certain games, but at 18-25FPS. The 3G just does not have the memory bandwidth for simulating the Amiga at full speed - it is a *physical* limitation of the hardware.

      Scrollers like Turrican just don't look as good unless at full framerate. Xenon II is unplayable unless at full frame rate.

      With that being said, given titles will be released individually, if IK+ is okay on a 3G, there is nothing stopping us - we'll wait and see, but we didn't want to disappoint anyone by not being clear up front.

      Cheers

    • http://www.blakespot.com Blake Patterson

      The iPhone has a spry CPU, but it's dramatically bus limited. And the Amiga is an extremely complex system to emulate. I know system architectures and emulators well enough to realize that Stuart here, coding ARM assembly by hand to get an optimized CPU core, is not just out of his depth, here.

      A 2.4GHz Core2Duo even the A4 is not.

      • http://chalkstunts.com Manta Research

        Don't forget that the real thing that made the Amiga so powerful was the custom chipsets. It's not the 68k emulation that's going to be the problem (or even the blitter, since the 3D chipset is faster), but things like the copper are very hard to emulate. The issue is that you could do all kinds of really nice tricks with dual playfields and copperlists with zero CPU/GPU hit on the Amiga, whereas on the iPhone these translate to full screen blits.

        It was easy to do super-silky 60Hz scrolling on the Amiga because of the copper and minimal blitting to bring in the new tiles. On the iPhone you have to take the brute force approach, so even though the HW is technically more capable, it doesn't have these nice tricks you can play. Also note that there's no low-bandwidth, 4b or 8b planar modes... everything has to be blitted at full 32b so it takes a lot more cycles.

    • TKO

      My 2GHz (single core) PC has trouble emulating all Amiga stuff at 100% speed. Why would you think a wee Arm CPU at around 500MHz in a mobile device could do any better? ..Heck, my older 866MHz Pentium III positively *choked* on many Amiga500 titles as soon as Copper and Planar tricks were brought into play.

      The problem with the Amiga was its graphics and custom chips did things in a fundamentally different way to any standard architecture that exists today. Planar graphics and those Copper tricks are just *hard* to translate.

      Anyway.. Very pleased to see Battle Squadron as one of the first screenshots. That game kicked ass. (any plans to do their earlier game: Hybris? ..that pure early-Amiga gold.) :)

  • _ck

    Gotta say that if you're doing an emulator for the 20+ year old Amiga 500 that can't run on an iPhone 3G you must be doing something very wrong. Very disappointing, and kind of inexplicable.

    • http://www.manomio.com Stuart Carnie

      _ck, quite presumptuous... we've spent a lot of time profiling the 3G hardware, and I actually can run certain games, but at 18-25FPS. The 3G just does not have the memory bandwidth for simulating the Amiga at full speed - it is a *physical* limitation of the hardware.

      Scrollers like Turrican just don't look as good unless at full framerate. Xenon II is unplayable unless at full frame rate.

      With that being said, given titles will be released individually, if IK+ is okay on a 3G, there is nothing stopping us - we'll wait and see, but we didn't want to disappoint anyone by not being clear up front.

      Cheers

    • http://www.blakespot.com Blake Patterson

      The iPhone has a spry CPU, but it's dramatically bus limited. And the Amiga is an extremely complex system to emulate. I know system architectures and emulators well enough to realize that Stuart here, coding ARM assembly by hand to get an optimized CPU core, is not just out of his depth, here.

      A 2.4GHz Core2Duo even the A4 is not.

      • http://chalkstunts.com Manta Research

        Don't forget that the real thing that made the Amiga so powerful was the custom chipsets. It's not the 68k emulation that's going to be the problem (or even the blitter, since the 3D chipset is faster), but things like the copper are very hard to emulate. The issue is that you could do all kinds of really nice tricks with dual playfields and copperlists with zero CPU/GPU hit on the Amiga, whereas on the iPhone these translate to full screen blits.

        It was easy to do super-silky 60Hz scrolling on the Amiga because of the copper and minimal blitting to bring in the new tiles. On the iPhone you have to take the brute force approach, so even though the HW is technically more capable, it doesn't have these nice tricks you can play. Also note that there's no low-bandwidth, 4b or 8b planar modes... everything has to be blitted at full 32b so it takes a lot more cycles.

    • TKO

      My 2GHz (single core) PC has trouble emulating all Amiga stuff at 100% speed. Why would you think a wee Arm CPU at around 500MHz in a mobile device could do any better? ..Heck, my older 866MHz Pentium III positively *choked* on many Amiga500 titles as soon as Copper and Planar tricks were brought into play.

      The problem with the Amiga was its graphics and custom chips did things in a fundamentally different way to any standard architecture that exists today. Planar graphics and those Copper tricks are just *hard* to translate.

      Anyway.. Very pleased to see Battle Squadron as one of the first screenshots. That game kicked ass. (any plans to do their earlier game: Hybris? ..that pure early-Amiga gold.) :)

  • Akkinokage

    The D&D Gold Box series would be absolutely incredible on the iPhone through the Amiga emulator; especially the Dragonlance ones. The iPhone could handle the old hard copy journal entries being directly coded into the game.

  • Akkinokage

    The D&D Gold Box series would be absolutely incredible on the iPhone through the Amiga emulator; especially the Dragonlance ones. The iPhone could handle the old hard copy journal entries being directly coded into the game.

  • Luthur

    Dungeon Master I & II
    Oids
    Sundog (best 80's game ever!)

    'nuf said.

  • Luthur

    Dungeon Master I & II
    Oids
    Sundog (best 80's game ever!)

    'nuf said.

  • Lukeb

    I would get this if the music emulation for games was spot-on (i.e. reasonably authentic sound quality). Also it would be great to see a collection of the best sound/fx demos from way back.

    • Lukeb

      Audiovisual music demos from the "demoscene," as it was called.

    • mindphlux

      The music quality on Turrican 2 was definitely spot on - the only problem seems to be that the sound stutters occasionally, which kills the whole thing for me. I remember that game most fondly for Chris Hülsbeck's awesome soundtrack, it's not the same when that soundtrack lags.

      Surprising tho that they were able to find a version of Turrican 2 without cracker intro, but none for IK+.

  • Lukeb

    I would get this if the music emulation for games was spot-on (i.e. reasonably authentic sound quality). Also it would be great to see a collection of the best sound/fx demos from way back.

    • Lukeb

      Audiovisual music demos from the "demoscene," as it was called.

    • mindphlux

      The music quality on Turrican 2 was definitely spot on - the only problem seems to be that the sound stutters occasionally, which kills the whole thing for me. I remember that game most fondly for Chris Hülsbeck's awesome soundtrack, it's not the same when that soundtrack lags.

      Surprising tho that they were able to find a version of Turrican 2 without cracker intro, but none for IK+.

  • Johnny82

    YES!!! I was literally just yesterday thinking of an Amiga emulator for the iPhone. Now here it comes! I can't wait. There are so many old goofy games I hope the bring out for it. Especially the original Pirates on Amiga(minus the password book of course).

  • Johnny82

    YES!!! I was literally just yesterday thinking of an Amiga emulator for the iPhone. Now here it comes! I can't wait. There are so many old goofy games I hope the bring out for it. Especially the original Pirates on Amiga(minus the password book of course).

  • Klaus

    I like to have a precise controls, the C=64 Emulation has a terrible control system, even the easiest games are not playable. I think he should do his homework on the C=64 Emulation first, before developing more unplayable Emulatiors! Also I don't understand why there is no access to demos for free on the 64er Emulation. Hope there will be a possibilty to load demos on the Amiga Emu!

    • TKO

      There's nothing to stop Scene Demoes being loaded on the C64 emulator ..main thing is Apple have been such a pain about what can be loaded on there that Manomio are in a position where they have to set up each title individually. Apple won't allow arbitrary titles to be added by the user. (Look at Frotz as another example affected by this.) Right now there's been far more interest in the forums for games so, naturally, those will take priority.

  • Klaus

    I like to have a precise controls, the C=64 Emulation has a terrible control system, even the easiest games are not playable. I think he should do his homework on the C=64 Emulation first, before developing more unplayable Emulatiors! Also I don't understand why there is no access to demos for free on the 64er Emulation. Hope there will be a possibilty to load demos on the Amiga Emu!

    • TKO

      There's nothing to stop Scene Demoes being loaded on the C64 emulator ..main thing is Apple have been such a pain about what can be loaded on there that Manomio are in a position where they have to set up each title individually. Apple won't allow arbitrary titles to be added by the user. (Look at Frotz as another example affected by this.) Right now there's been far more interest in the forums for games so, naturally, those will take priority.

  • Joel

    I don't know how I'll stop myself from buying everything :P

  • Joel

    I don't know how I'll stop myself from buying everything :P

  • Aypoc

    Frontier Elite please!

  • Aypoc

    Frontier Elite please!

  • Lee

    OMG XENON II!!!! I've been hoping that game will come for ages!!!!

  • Lee

    OMG XENON II!!!! I've been hoping that game will come for ages!!!!

  • crazyfruitgal

    i will only buy if it has superfrog :)

  • crazyfruitgal

    i will only buy if it has superfrog :)

  • Pistol

    Stunt Car Racer!!

    STUNT CAR RACER!!!!!

    With analogue controls! Make it so!

    • nexus

      YES! SMASHING TITLE : ) OH YEAH!!

  • Pistol

    Stunt Car Racer!!

    STUNT CAR RACER!!!!!

    With analogue controls! Make it so!

    • nexus

      YES! SMASHING TITLE : ) OH YEAH!!

  • K

    AWESOME!

  • K

    AWESOME!

  • toph

    WOW!!! The Turrican music takes me back, I have a big beaming smile on my face.

  • toph

    WOW!!! The Turrican music takes me back, I have a big beaming smile on my face.

  • name

    That's what I thought, too. Funny! :)

  • name

    That's what I thought, too. Funny! :)

  • Blades

    I they released the Atari 2600 Emu with it's version of Space Invaders. It would be an instant buy. I loved that version, and played it often back in the day. (probably won't happen though...)

    ;

  • Blades

    I they released the Atari 2600 Emu with it's version of Space Invaders. It would be an instant buy. I loved that version, and played it often back in the day. (probably won't happen though...)

    ;

  • Crunc

    This is the type of thing that I would be more then happy to buy, and carry with me, a controller accessory. But only if it attaches to the iPhone, and is not separate. If it's separate, how would I play it on the train? Where would I put my iPhone? So it has to to be something that attaches to my 3GS. So it needs to attach and make the iPhone a bit like a PSP.

  • Crunc

    This is the type of thing that I would be more then happy to buy, and carry with me, a controller accessory. But only if it attaches to the iPhone, and is not separate. If it's separate, how would I play it on the train? Where would I put my iPhone? So it has to to be something that attaches to my 3GS. So it needs to attach and make the iPhone a bit like a PSP.

  • http://jabsonik.net/ jabsonik

    Chaos Engine.

  • http://jabsonik.net/ jabsonik

    Chaos Engine.

  • http://www.softwareamusements.com Software Amusements

    Doodlebug and/or Cyberpunks (if the developer is reading this drop me a line as I own the IP and publishing rights to those and others).

  • http://www.softwareamusements.com Software Amusements

    Doodlebug and/or Cyberpunks (if the developer is reading this drop me a line as I own the IP and publishing rights to those and others).

  • Spuddle

    Black Crypt and Captive....Mmmmmmm
    Dungeon Master...OMG!!!!

  • Spuddle

    Black Crypt and Captive....Mmmmmmm
    Dungeon Master...OMG!!!!

  • osiris37

    Wishlist...

    Bloodwych (2 player would be awesome)
    Dungeon Master 1 + 2
    Captive
    Cadaver
    Eye of the Beholder 1 + 2
    Pirates
    Hired Guns
    Adventures of Robin Hood
    Populous
    Settlers
    OMG! my list could be endless...

    Please Please all of the above... :D

  • osiris37

    Wishlist...

    Bloodwych (2 player would be awesome)
    Dungeon Master 1 + 2
    Captive
    Cadaver
    Eye of the Beholder 1 + 2
    Pirates
    Hired Guns
    Adventures of Robin Hood
    Populous
    Settlers
    OMG! my list could be endless...

    Please Please all of the above... :D

  • http://climatechangesciencedigest.blogspot.com axel000

    Syndicate or Syndicate Wars please, and Uridium 2 seeing as you brought Uridium to the C64 emulator, and its a better game.

    Also, you need to do some llamasoft titles.

  • http://climatechangesciencedigest.blogspot.com axel000

    Syndicate or Syndicate Wars please, and Uridium 2 seeing as you brought Uridium to the C64 emulator, and its a better game.

    Also, you need to do some llamasoft titles.

  • Ex2bot

    Did anyone mention Cinemaware titles?

    Rocket Ranger
    Defender of the Crown
    Whatever the football game was called
    Etc.

    (good times!)

  • Ex2bot

    Did anyone mention Cinemaware titles?

    Rocket Ranger
    Defender of the Crown
    Whatever the football game was called
    Etc.

    (good times!)

  • http://www.cyberneticos.com hosting

    Turrican is more than a game, it's art.

    Anthony

  • http://www.cyberneticos.com hosting

    Turrican is more than a game, it's art.

    Anthony

  • Jason

    I hope turrican 2 comes with infinite lives otherwise it is freaking impossible.

    Skidmarks 2 please!

  • Jason

    I hope turrican 2 comes with infinite lives otherwise it is freaking impossible.

    Skidmarks 2 please!

  • iSoLateD1

    Lotus Turbo Esprit Challenge 1, 2 and 3. Turrican 2, Wizball 2:Wizkid, Videokid, Rainbow Islands, New Zealand Story....

  • iSoLateD1

    Lotus Turbo Esprit Challenge 1, 2 and 3. Turrican 2, Wizball 2:Wizkid, Videokid, Rainbow Islands, New Zealand Story....

  • x0ne

    Moonstone - A Hard days knight

    Loved that game on my Amiga.

  • x0ne

    Moonstone - A Hard days knight

    Loved that game on my Amiga.

  • Timewatch2000

    Captive
    North & South

    Great games

  • Quickhat

    Mega-lo-Mania 
    Black Crypt
    Eye of the Beolder 1,2,3
    dogs of war
    alienbreed
    fire and ice
    another world
    syndicate
    the secret of the monkey island 1,2
    cannon fooder
    civilization
    colonization
    nitro
    micro machines
    super street fighter 2
    r-type
    pinballdreams
    pinball illusions
    pinball fantasy
    rodland
    mortal combat 2
    flashback
    worms
    dune2
    the great gianna sisters
    kick off 2
    lemmings
    turracan 1,2

    that would be a great setup