It might be 2016, but that doesn't mean you can't re-live the days when your parents wouldn't buy you a Megadrive, as the Internet Archive has added a library of 10,000 Amiga titles to its collection.
Featuring everything from Pacmania to Simon the Sorcerer, the collection is a treasure trove for retro enthusiasts. And what's impressive is that you can play the games right in your browser, with no need to install additional software.
There's even boring business software and X-Copy, the software for pirating games. Not that anyone ever used that... right?
As far as we can tell, the whole collection must have been uploaded legally, as The Internet Archive is a legitimate organisation. But perhaps this potential grey area explains why some titles, such as the original Worms and Theme Park are missing. [Engadget]