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Brilliant chiptune site emulates Amiga Workbench and hosts a ton of great stuff

chiptunes website

 

There’s all sorts of Amiga stuff popping up lately on the web, and this is one of the coolest things so far. It’s a full blown Workbench interface that runs in your browser. It has a working command line, as well as runs several of the old popular Amiga demos and has shortcuts to them right on the desktop. Aside from all that, it’s also a huge library of free chiptunes in their native formats, SIDs, MODs, XTs, etc, links to other chiptune related things, an ftp directory hosting various players, videos and info. All around just a great little corner of the web!

I downloaded several chiptune packs and am listening as I write this, hehe. Anyway, just thought I’d share this awesome website. Enjoy!

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[PLAYLIST] The best music to ever grace a floppy disc! It’s 1990s Amiga game music!

To my younger readers who may not know, the Amiga Computer System was a very advanced computer at its time through the 1980s and early 90s. It was the machine of choice for gamers, musicians, and artists because of its great 4 channel 8 bit sound, full color graphics and huge software library, plus a passionate user base who created amazing music and games for the system.

Above is a fantastic compilation of some of the best music Amiga had to offer. Enjoy!