there are a couple amiga emulators. FS-UAE and winUAE, respectively. but apparently the hardware was wildly successful in eu/jp, so much there's an abundance of old hardware you can get on ebay for next to nothing. there's also a lot of places that sell aftermarket shit like IDE to usb converters and SD card replacements for the 3.5 floppy. some of it requires soldering knowledge, a lot doesn't. there's even standalone versions, but i'm sure they are out of this world expensive. really neat shit, regardless.
we owned an amiga500 when i was a wee lad. i didn't get into computers until i was like 12 or 13, tho. by then, i had moved onto x86 PCs. unfortunately, the us didn't have a huge scene like the eu/jp.
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