Category: Amiga

All things Amiga, including Amiga wallpaper, icons, fonts and more for your smartphone, tablet and modern computer.

The famous Amiga Guru Meditation Error screen, in animated GIF form.

Amiga Guru Meditation Error Animated GIF

I finally got around to whipping up a full screen rendition of the Amiga Workbench “Guru Meditation Error” screen as an animated GIF. For those not familiar with ‘the Guru’, the original Amiga concept...

Hardcover copy of "The Future Was Here: Commodore Amiga", by Jimmy Maher.

“The Future Was Here: Commodore Amiga” Review

Published in 2012 under the Platform Studies series by MIT Press, Jimmy Maher’s “The Future Was Here – Commodore Amiga“1 is, without a doubt, the single most comprehensive study of the Amiga yet published.  The book...

The Amiga Visual Compendium Kickstarter package.

Amiga Visual Compendium – Update

I have received my Amiga Visual Compendium book package from Bitmap Books/Kickstarter, and, WOW! The book is beautiful, filled with edge-to-edge screen-captures of some of the most famous and believed Amiga software created. The...

Amiga “Boing Ball” Wallpaper

Ever since it’s debut demo along-side the original Amiga, the Boing Ball has been a beloved icon. The demo, put together in just hours, and within hours of the Amiga’s launch at Winter 1984...

The Amiga "Workbench 1.3 Disk" Icon.

Amiga “Workbench 1.3 Disk” Icon Wallpaper

Prior to Workbench 1.3, in the user interface, system disks would appear as generic, blank-white, silhouettes of a 3.5in floppy. Released in 1988, to go with the new Amiga 500 and 2000 computers, Workbench...

Amiga “Preferences” Icon Wallpaper

Workbench 1.0 through 1.2 included a classic and unique icon. “Preferences” featured a wonderful digital silhouette of the Amiga 1000, fronted by a bold orange question mark – simply inviting users to click and explore. This,...

Amiga "Say" icon wallpaper.

Amiga “Say” Icon Wallpaper

The Amiga was one of the first computers to include built-in speech synthesis. Packaged with the Workbench OS was a program called “Say“, which was little more than a simple CLI/Shell’ish box that allowed the user...