Articles by tag: amiga

Author : Manu
26 February 2021, 12:56 pm

February 2021: Amiga-Mac Wrappers bulk update

Six years ago, when we started GamesNostalgia, we decided to create game packages (aka wrappers) that anyone could quickly run, including users who never configured an emulator. Many of you appreciated the idea, and every day we still receive messages from people that are so grateful about this choice.

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Author : Manu
31 July 2020, 10:44 am

Amiga Games July 2020 Update and the new WHDLoad section

This month we have a bunch of good news for Amiga lovers. Many Mac and Windows games updated with FS-UAE 3.0.5, the latest WHDLoad packs, adjusted configs and more. Not mentioning the new whdownload section.

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Author : Manu
13 July 2019, 1:48 pm

GamesNostalgia Summer Upgrade - Major update of all Amiga games

We always try to be different. Other sites simply publish some games and forget about them. Instead, we want to give our fans the best retrogaming experience. So, this summer we decided to start one of the most significant update since the birth of GamesNostalgia, a complete regeneration of all Amiga games packages.

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Author : E. Bolognesi
17 November 2018, 11:09 am

Heroes of the 16-bit: The Story of Thalion Software

Ask any expert of the 16-bit era about Thalion, and you will always hear the same statement: it was one of the most talented studios of the 90’s. This relatively small company left us some of the best titles ever created for the Atari ST and Amiga, a legacy of games that we will play for a long time.

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Author : Tasha
24 March 2018, 10:02 am

A legendary video games music composer: Allister Brimble

When most people think of video games they might think of the people who programmed it, the company that developed it, or even the actors who did motion captures or voice-overs for it. But have you ever stopped and thought about the people who compose the musical scores?

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Author : Tasha
13 January 2018, 2:20 pm

Legendary Game Designers: Martin Edmondson

Martin Edmondson is best known for his work on the Shadow of the Beast and Driver series. This UK native got to spend a large part of his career doing what he loved with his brother, Gareth. The two no longer work together, but I doubt it has anything to do with bad blood. I’d guess just shifting interests.

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