Commodore Amiga Emulators

Amiga Emulation

The king of Amiga emulation has long reigned in the form of UAE. UAE provides emulation of all variances of the Commodore Amiga (including the CDTV and CD32). It allows emulation of all original stock hardware, but also of additional hardware such as hard drives and accelerator cards. It is the most complete, all in one Commodore Amiga Emulators emulator you will find.

There are a few flavours of UAE available. Depending upon your platform and also skill level, you will find something that suits your needs.

Check out our article on the Best Amiga Emulators to help you make that decision.

WinUAE (Windows)

The most configurable and advanced Amiga emulator and caters wonderfully for Commodore Amiga Emulators emulation. Recommended if you want to play around with in-depth settings and recreating your old Amiga set up more accurately. Check out WinUAE here.

WinUAE Overview & Setup Guide
WinUAE Overview & Setup Guide

FS-UAE (Windows/Mac/Linux)

This package is very much focussed on gaming and has a much more accessible interface. Definitely recommended if you want to primarily play games with minimal fuss. Check out FS-UAE here.

Amiga Forever (Windows)

A really good all in one solution to experience the Amiga on your Windows PC. The package contains all you need to get running out of the box. This is the best plug and play Commodore Amiga Emulators emulator if you are not confident with setting up emulators. Check out Amiga Forever here.

UAE4All (Android)

A UAE port for Android. Provides a very good level of Commodore Amiga Emulators emulation of all stock Amiga hardware. But, can be used on the go on your mobile device. Check out UAE4ALL here.


Commodore Amiga Emulators emulation is well catered for, so it is not that hard to find a good Commodore Amiga Emulators emulator. We also recommend taking a look at RetroArch if you are seeking an all in one solution. RetroArch emulates a large number of systems including the Commodore Amiga Emulators. RetroArch is a front end that utilises emulator ‘cores’, it is reasonably easy to use and has lots of good supporting documentation on how to use it. RetroArch is available across a number of platforms including Windows, Mac, Android, iOS, Raspberry Pi and many consoles.

Take a look at our quick start guide for RetroArch which can get you up and running in 5 minutes.

Also, check out RetroArch here.

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