Analogue Pocket
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The excellent Analogue Pocket already boasts support for a dazzling range of consoles, handhelds, arcade machines and computers, and it's about to get another major format: the Commodore Amiga.

Developer UltraFP64 has just posted video footage of the Amiga classic Superfrog running on the Pocket. The process of getting it working was described as "smooth", with work on "video, controllers, keyboard and mouse" still to be done.

A recent Analogue Pocker firmware update enabled support for keyboards and mice via the system's optional dock accessory, so we could have the full Amiga experience on this dinky little device very soon indeed.

Of course, the Pocket isn't the only way to play Amiga games in 2022; the A500 Mini is also available, and Blaze's Evercade is getting a collection of Amiga classics soon.

[source twitter.com]