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AmiKit x screenshot
Screenshot of AmiKit X first released in 2017
DeveloperJán Zahurančík & Contributors
OS familyAmigaOS
Working statePublicly released
Initial release2005; 18 years ago (2005)
Latest releaseXE (12.2) / July 13, 2023; 31 days ago (2023-07-13)
Available inMultilingual
Update methodautomatic via Live Update
PlatformsWindows, Mac OS, Linux, AmigaOS (Vampire)
LicenseFreeware Commercial

AmiKit is a compilation of 425 pre-installed and pre-configured Amiga programs (Amiga software built for Motorola 68k CPU) running on Windows, macOS, Linux computers. (thanks to WinUAE emulator) and on Amiga computer with Vampire V2 card.[1]


Key features of the software include:[citation needed]


AmiKit requires Windows 7 (or better) or macOS (10.9 or newer) or Linux (x86/64 able to run PlayOnLinux) or Raspberry Pi or Vampire v2 turbo card (for classic Amiga).[citation needed]

For AmiKit to work, the original AmigaOS (version 3.x) and Kickstart ROM (version 3.1) are required. The following sources are supported:[citation needed]

See also


  1. ^ "AmiKit, Emulate Amiga On Windows, macOS, And Linux - PC Perspective". 2022-05-30. Retrieved 2023-04-26.