If you're longing to relive the glory days of the Amiga, there's a new way to do it. Cloanto has completely revamped its Amiga emulation software, resulting in Amiga Forever 2008, which the company calls the "most significant upgrade ever released" in the emulator series.
Highlights of the new release include full Windows Vista x86 and x64 support as well as a new player interface that lets users select and play games. The player supports dual screens, multiple emulation sessions, saving emulation session states, undoing disk writes, and double-clicking or drag-and-dropping downloaded disk images. Not only that, but Cloanto says Amiga Forever 2008 more than triples featured content, as well.
Amiga Forever 2008 is available in three flavors. A $29.95 "Value Edition" comes with 50 games and 50 demos, while $10 more will get you the "Plus Edition" with over 100 included games and over 100 demos. Both of those are digital downloads, but die-hard Amiga nostalgics can cough up $49.95 for the "Premium Edition" CD that comes with two video DVDs about the Amiga platform. You can check out a detailed feature list on this page and purchase the software over here.
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