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  • A Adults (18 and older)
  • T Teens (13-17)
  • K Kids (12 and under)

http://www.beebgames.com/

Includes a history of the BBC, advice on how to obtain a BBC, emulator information, interviews with influential people in the Beeb scene, details of unreleased games, a high score table, and a large list of companies, with descriptions of the games each produced.

http://www.bbcmicrogames.com/

Reviews, screenshots and IMG/SSD downloads of a selection of games for the BBC Microcomputer.

http://www.heimcomputer.de/

Photographs of the case and circuitry, along with specification.

http://www.arcsite.de/

Details the owner's experience with her RiscPC, and summarises the features and advantages of the system.

http://www.aaug.net/

Information on Acorn and RISC OS user groups worldwide, including contact details, meeting dates, and times. Also includes details of discounts available to members.

http://www.gag.de/

Contact information, and a brief outline of the group's activities.

http://www.cuci.nl/

Brief outline of the club's activities and meetings. Based in Limburg.

http://www.amigazone.com/

Online resource for Amiga enthusiasts.

http://www.amiga.org/

The World's Premier site for News, Events, and resources relating to the Amiga Computer.

http://www.classicamiga.com/

Covers various aspects of the platform including games, demos, software, hardware and magazines. Also includes a forum.

http://www.amiga.com/

Corporate news and product information.

http://amiga30.eu/

If you grew up with Amiga come over to The Lighthouse in Amsterdam, June 27th, 2015. We’ll throw an event to revive history.

http://www.act-net.com/

Develop and support Amiga audio hardware and software.

http://www.elbox.com/

Company offers solutions in a number of hardware product lines for the Amiga computers.

http://www.amiga-hardware.com/

Containing information on peripherals, jumper settings, compatibility issues, and drivers.

http://www.cucug.org/

Met@box Announces G3 PPC Accelerator for the Amiga.

http://www.amigafuture.de/

German and English magazine dedicated to Amiga.

http://www.magazines.ch/

An almost complete list of all Amiga magazines ever published worldwide. Contains cover scans, descriptions and reader comments.

http://www.totalamiga.org/

A general interest quarterly print Amiga magazine. Includes information on the magazine, subscription details, and back issues for download.

http://www.sacc.org/

A user group that is dedicated to the users of the Amiga line of computers.

http://www.gregdonner.org/

Home of Workbench Nostalgia, unofficial websites of The Orchestra (TV mini-series with Julian Chagrin), Blue Thunder (the helicopter), AmigaOS 3.5/3.9 FAQs and personal musings.

http://www.kenjennings.cc/

Some software, audio samples for UPD, and 3D ray tracings done by Ken Jennings/Lynn Chandler (a.k.a. SyntheToonz, Inc.) and previously released to Aminet and/or Fred Fish collections.

http://www.vesalia.de/

German vendor, supplies the latest hardware and software online.

http://www.prodad.de/

Provides software for videos and the Internet.

http://www.schatztruhe.de/

Professional software for your Amiga on cd rom and disk. A complete list of our available Amiga software with news, online order and some interesting links for your Amiga.

http://www.randomize.com/

Professional video production services and Internet marketing.

http://www.geod.com/

Geodesic Designs, Inc.

http://www.livelycomputer.com/

Computer dealer for videographers and animators. Amiga service and repair.

http://www.amigainnovations.com/

Australian Amiga retailer.

http://www.amyresource.it/

Amy Resource, the first Italian CD-ROM fully dedicated to Amiga. Quality and fully tested shareware software, fonts, textures, modules, clip-art and so on.