Mr Chonks wrote:
"What was so good about the Amiga?" and "What should I play now using an emulator?" are very different questions, obviously.
Obviously, but I'm really enjoying the responses. The Amiga, at the time, was absolutely brilliant, and it was a machine that enabled you to play almost anything that was available at the time. And, yes, obviously I appreciate that with access to virtually any version of any game, it's a totally different prospect to 25-30 years ago.
However, I am finding that going through the history of other machines I've owned - spectrum, NES, megadrive, amiga, snes, playstation, and pretty much everything after, there's always "something" worth playing on each machine (although having written that list, that's probably the nature of console exclusives, and obviously the Speccy was the best, so no alternatives needed there).
Although having said all that, Speedball 2, of course.