September 10, 2007 09:00 ET

Amiga Ready to Re-Take PC Gaming Market

Classic Games Developer Launches 15 New PC Games for $4.99

ISSAQUAH, WA--(Marketwire - September 10, 2007) - Amiga, the pioneer in computer gaming, announced today that it is partnering with Vulcan Software and eGames to bring 15 Classic Amiga titles to market, including Final Odyssey, JetPilot, and TV Sports Boxing among others.

"I've been playing Amiga games since I was in college," said Drew Headley, an avid gamer and computer support manager. "It's great to be able to play the classic games again with my son on my Windows PC and getting as much enjoyment out of them now as I did then."

Amiga has been a recognized player in the computer gaming industry since the 1980s and has recently re-introduced their Classic Games for use with Windows PC hardware. By utilizing their relationship with UK game developer Vulcan, casual games developer eGames, and other publishers and developers, Amiga plans to expand their Classic offerings to include several hundred titles available by the end of this year.

"We're excited to offer this wide variety of Amiga Classic games," said Bill McEwen, President of Amiga. "Gamers familiar with Amiga products will now have the chance to play the very same games that they loved in the early days of gaming, while still at their Windows PC."

The latest titles from Amiga are available now for $4.99 per game and can be purchased and downloaded from

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Amiga, Inc., initially founded in 1983 and re-established in 2000, is a computer software company with a rich heritage in game development and a focus on forging a path for multimedia platform development and hardware-independent technologies. For almost two decades, Amiga's software has been a mainstay for motion picture studios, multimedia creators, and digital entertainment enthusiasts around the world. For more information, visit

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