Commodore-Amiga Fans 1985-1994
Commodore-Amiga Fans 1985-1994
January 16, 2010
United Kingdom (Great Britain) 
ABOUT Commodore-Amiga Fans

A CBM-Amiga fanbase for Amiga or C64 retro gamers.

The Amiga was originally designed by a small company called Amiga Corporation, and initially intended to be a next generation video game machine, but was later redesigned into a general purpose computer. Before the machine was released into the market the company was purchased by Commodore. The first model was released in 1985 as simply "The Amiga from Commodore", later to be retroactively dubbed the Amiga 1000. The following year the Amiga product line was expanded with the introduction of two new models; the Amiga 2000 for high-end graphics and business use, and the Amiga 500 was for home use. Commodore later released several new Amiga models, both for low-end gaming use and high-end productivity use.

In 1994, Commodore filed for bankruptcy and its assets were purchased by Escom, a German PC manufacturer, who created the subsidiary company Amiga Technologies. They re-released the A1200 and A4000T, and introduced a new 68060 version of the A4000T.

Commodore got "revived" by Commodore Gaming which was formed to reintroduce the brand to the booming gaming PC market, after jointly acquiring the Commodore name with Commodore International Corporation in 2005. At the CeBIT 2007 show in Germany, four new gaming geared PCs were introduced, named Cg, Cgs, Cgx and Cxx. These are described as ranging from an entry level gaming PC to an “extreme specification model”. Each machine runs Windows Vista with customization from a range of high end components and peripherals.
TOSEC .dat file project discontinued!
The Old School Emulation Center

It is with great sadness that we present you with the last ever TOSEC update.
It is true, after all these years we have decided that we can no longer do this
and we are going home. We have families and we are getting old, so better to
dedicate our time to them. We hope you have enjoyed the ride.
We would also like to wish happy Easter to those of you who celebrate today.

We tried to do our best for this last-ever update and you can see the results below.
* Commodore Amiga updates by Crashdisk and mai
* Tons of Commodore C64 & C64DTV by Duncan Twain
* ladyeklipse continues her saga with some The Sinclair ZX Spectrum love.
* Commodore Amiga CD/CD32/CDTV/VIC/C128 updates by tomse
* mictlantecuhtle continues his work looking for less known systems. This
time we see the addition of: ACT Apricot PC-Xi, AEG Olympia Olytext 20, APF
M-1000, Aquaplus P-ECE, Bondwell 14, Commodore BX256-80HP, Dragon Data Dragon
Alpha, Dragon Data Dragon Beta, Fujitsu FM77-AV, Luxor ABC 1600, Luxor ABC 806,
Matra Hachette Alice 90, NEC Advanced Personal Computer, NorthStar Advantage,
Otrona Attache, Patisonic Aleste 520EX, Rockwell AIM65, Telcon Zorba, VEB
Mikroelektronik Erfurt Chess-Master Diamond and Yamaha Copera.
* tomse contributed with Commodore C128 and VIC20 updates in the main branch
but also with new work in Amiga CD/CD32/CDTV
* As should be expected by now, Maddog added several new Dreamcast GDIs.
They include several rare and expensive discs, which are now fully verified
for your enjoyment.
But quite unexpectedly, TOSEC ISO has also seen the addition of over 200 images
for the wonderful NEC PC Engine CD/TurboGrafx CD by a datter wishing to remain
anonymous. This is a system that has many quality titles and deserves attention.
Until now, it hadn't seen much in TOSEC. We started rectifying this oversight and
expect to add even more stuff in the future (this includes adding HuCards to the
MAIN branch). All names and dates have been carefully cross-checked using actual
software covers so be sure that even if something feels wrongly named or goes
against information seen on other sites on the Web, it is actually correct in our

All folders and contents should be self-explanatory. All necessary
CUEs are also included. There are also some scripts included to
assist in creating TOSEC folders, and some 'move' scripts for those
of you using RomVault. As usual, be careful with long pathnames in
some OSes. Best advice is to use your folders as close as possible
to the root of the drive.

For all the latest work-in-progress news, as well as expanded details
on all upcoming changes and additions, keep up to date by visiting
us at:


The TOSEC Team

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Iceira Nov 7 @ 9:07am 
hi all , nice to see already made group, just got back at it, love deterous and milinium return to earth, even stumble over a milinium remake to pc, also a goodie
Torque Jun 10 @ 7:47pm - Das deutsche AmigaPortal ! :floppydisk: :arkback:
Geek_Loco Jun 10, 2018 @ 10:57pm 
Is anyone here using WinUAE and able to read Amiga Zip disks? I need some details.
tampon of terrible intent May 17, 2018 @ 7:13am 
anyone interested in playing some retro games on steam add me :D
vyquad Feb 11, 2018 @ 10:42am 
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January 16, 2010
United Kingdom (Great Britain)