Platforms

 

Amiga OCS


Made in USA by Commodore in 1985
3130
games
6
unreleased
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Every possible Amiga Display Mode:
OCS & ECS 15 kHz 32(4096) colors 320x200 NTSC / 320x256 PAL
OCS & ECS 15 kHz 32(4096) colors 320x400i NTSC / 320x512i PAL
OCS & ECS 15 kHz 16(4096) colors 640x200 NTSC / 640x256 PAL
OCS & ECS 15 kHz 16(4096) colors 640x400i NTSC / 640x512i PAL
ECS 15 kHz 4(64) colors 1280x200 NTSC 1280x256 PAL
ECS 15 kHz 4(64) colors 1280x400i NTSC 1280x512i PAL
ECS 31 kHz 32(4096) colors 160x480
ECS 31 kHz 32(4096) colors 160x960i
ECS 31 kHz 16(4096) colors 320x480
ECS 31 kHz 16(4096) colors 320x960i
ECS 31 kHz 4(64) colors 640x480
ECS 31 kHz 4(64) colors 640x960i
A2024* 10Hz 4 greyscales 1008x800 NTSC / 1008x1024 PAL
A2024* 15Hz 4 greyscales 1008x800 NTSC / 1008x1024 PAL

*No Amiga can create 1008x800. The A2024 monitor ("Hedley Hi-Res") does it by buffering four frames from the Amiga and jigsawing them into 1 image.
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The Amiga computer, launched by Commodore in 1985, combined superior multimedia technology with ease of use, inspiring millions of the most creative and enthusiastic computer users ever.

Was designed by Jay Miner for his company Hi-Toro, and as prototype was named Lorraine (named after the wife of Dave Morse).
Before the official launch the company was renamed into Amiga Incorporated.

OCS means Original Chip Set (sometimes Old Chip Set).
Later came the ECS (Enhanced Chip Set)
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tech info

resolution: 320 x 256 x 32 colors, 640 x 512 x 16 colors 12 bit palette
memory: 0.5Mb CHIP
CPU: 68000 minimum
GFX: MOS 8362R6 'Denise', graphic coprocessor 'Agnus'
sound: MOS 8364R4 'Paula' 4 channels 8bit stereo

All Commodore systems

Commodore PET1977
VIC-201981
Commodore 641982
Commodore 16/Plus 41984
Amiga OCS1985
Commodore 1281985
Amiga AGA1992