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© 1997-2006
Gareth Knight
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Welcome to the Amiga History Guide - the largest Amiga history site in the world!
This site examines a kaleidoscope of topics, ranging from Amiga Inc's early foray into joysticks, to the latest offerings in cross-platform Amiga solutions.

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How to use this site

The individual sections of the site can be accessed by clicking one of the options to the left.
You will also notice red &white coloured balls doted around the site. These are links that lead to different subsections.

What am I missing?

I am always on the lookout for new information about the Amiga. Do you know of a hitherto unknown Amiga prototype? Do you have an Amiga story to tell? If so, contact Gareth Knight.

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Latest updates to the Amiga History Guide. (more)


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· Amiga Hardware
· Amiga History.de
· Amiga Magazine Rack
· Amiga-news(en)(de)
· Amiga.org
· Amiga World
· AmigaOS 4.0
· Amiga University
· Commodore Retrobits
· Dave Haynie archive
· Lemon Amiga
· MorphOS Support
· morphos-news.de

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