From Lemmings to Lotus 1-2-3, you can now relive Commodore Amiga's glory days

Thousands of Amiga software titles from the 1980s and 1990s are now available to experience through a browser.

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The Internet Archive offers the 'Commodore Amiga experience through an emulator, allowing users to run old software through any browser.

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Nostalgic fans of the Amiga line of computers can now access thousands of software titles dating back to the 1980s in their browser, thanks to a new collection available at the Internet Archive.

Visitors can take their pick from the huge collection, which includes Bubble Bobble, Double Dragon, Lemmings and thousands more. The collection contains over 10,000 games and other applications and utilities.

Amiga was a popular line of computers sold by Commodore, which were cheaper than Apple's Macintosh, but still had solid graphics. The Internet Archive offers the Amiga experience through an emulator, allowing users to run old software through any browser.

It's not clear when the Amiga collection was first made available, though many of the titles are listed as having been published in the first week of August. Other notable games include Where in the World is Carmen San Diego? and King's Quest.

As noted by Engadget, the Internet Archive reportedly has had a 30GB collection of "Amiga Commodore" games and other pieces of software for several years, though the new collection format should make it easier to walk through such a vast trove of material.

The Amiga collection is the Internet Archive's latest retro computing collection and follows the recent release of Apple II programs from the 1980s and 1990s, a Windows 3.1 collection, and even an archive of old MS-DOS malware.

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